Friday, February 29, 2008

Will Brady Quinn Ever Reach The NFL Spotlight?

Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson wasn't a free agent for long.

Derek Anderson


Anderson has agreed to a multiyear contract to stay with the Browns, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the contract had not been completed.

General manager Phil Savage believed if Anderson had gotten an offer from another team, the Browns probably wouldn't have been able to keep him. The Browns HAD BEEN prepared to turn their offense over to Brady Quinn.

Brady Quinn should seek a trade elsewhere because with the resigning of popular quarterback Derek Anderson, Quinn is most likely not going to see a snap in years unless Anderson pulls a Rex Grossman or gets hurt.

Derek Anderson needs to work on his two-minute drills and staying hot throughout the whole season. He came out firing last year, but by the end he couldn't pull off one win against the Bills when it mattered the most.

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