ESPN: Brady Quinn Puts House Up for Sale

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ESPN.com reports Tuesday Brady Quinn has put his Avon Lake home on the market. The decision is raising questions about the Browns backup quarterback's future in Cleveland.

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Rose

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Good luck! I don't blame you for wanting to leave the brownies!
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Oct 13, 2009
 
Time for people in this town to Get Behind their athletes instead of maligning if they aren't perfect. We don't have Brett Farve but maybe we have the next one. I'm tired of watching athletes leave Cleveland under a cloud of performace complaints and appear somewhere else as a competant pro if not a Superstar. Sure the GM's and Owners are stupid. That's how they get where they are eh? I don't know if our complaining gets to them or our coaches demoralize them but I'm tired of watch the best AAA Baseball and Seni-Pro Football. The Owner and GM need to do some work to KEEP our developing talent.
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#3
Oct 13, 2009
 
Another 18-20 more staff and players to go and this team can finally start to rebuild itself to be a contender ,,Many more Next Years to go !
Natalie

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I don't blame him for asking to leave if that's what he did. The Browns didn't give him much chance to prove himself as he said. Didn't play much at all. I say he's better off somewhere else where they will give him a chance to prove who he is and how he could play, and Cleveland didn't give him that opportunity. What's news? They think Derek is so great? Ha!!! What a joke. You're better off Brady, far away from this rotten team!!!
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Quinn is making the right decision. The guy is far to talented to waste his breath on the sidelines of a franchise that will never go anywhere. Smart man Quinn. Don't wait around for the Browns.
Ian

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I have been saying it all along!!! Brady is going to be one of the best quarterbacks in the league!!! once the browns trade him and he can get a line that will actually block for him!!!! give him some time in the pocket and watch what he can do!!! he has a great arm and is extremely athletic!!! i hate to see him go i wish the browns coaching staff was worth a darn and realized potential when it hits them in the freaking face!!!!! but hey its the browns were talking about right!!! GO BRADY ILL SUPPORT YOU WHEREVER YOU GO!!!!
Arm Chair Quarterback

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Oct 13, 2009
 
Best of Luck to you Brady. I believe you made the right decision and I will follow your amazing career wherever it may take you. I hope for your sake you don't have to wait until the end of the season, they can always use Josh if necessary and you wouldn't waste any more time in Cleveland. Also, CONGRATS on being an amazing team mate. Upfront, character guys like you are hard to come by, stay real.
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Oct 14, 2009
 
I think the entire team should be banished. It's painful to watch them attempt any plays at all.

Quinn will do well if placed on a team that provides protection. That is never going to happen in Cleveland. Good Luck Brady.
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Boy, Did Mangoonie give you a raw deal, hope to see you do great somewhere else!!! Good Luck!!!!
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thats it, i have been a browns fan for 25 yrs if the let quinn go then im done. Most of the players and coaches that have been with cleveland have done well after they leave. Im beguinning to think that the browns are nothing but a training team for players to hone their skills and then go on to play real football for a real team
bigjim44095

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#11
Oct 14, 2009
 
I hate to see him go but it appears that it will be in his best interest to be traded since Mangini won't give him a legitimate chance to prove he is capable. Mangini set him up to fail. I hope he gets the opportunity to go someplace where he will be appreciated. It will just stink to watch him become a good quarterback somewhere else!
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Oct 14, 2009
 
Since the staff never gave him a real chance to play and prove himself, why should he stay? Had he been given the multitude of chances every other quarterback has had, my feelings might be different, but how can anyone be expected to NOT practice with the first string offense, yet lead them on the field? If in fact he is traded, good luck Brady. You deserve better treatment than you got here.
Joe from Cleveland

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Oct 14, 2009
 
Here we go again! Randy Lerner needs to wake up and fire Eric Mangini. Enough is enough in this city! The fans continue to support the Cleveland Browns but Mr. Lerner continues to put a poor product on the field and tells the fans to accept it! It's amazing how Jim Brown and Reggie Rucker can even walk on the sidelines and watch this debacle of a franchise. Any idiot can clearly see that Anderson is inconsistant and even ESPN was laughing and questioning if this was the NFL he was playing in. Going 2-17 is putrid! Unaccetable for any NFL frichise. Best of luck to Brady! He was never given a fair chance. I will always be his fan!
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Give Brady another chance. He proved himself in the past. He deserves a break! Also, consider putting Joshua Cribbs in, he can run, pass and do it all...
mrsrus

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#15
Oct 14, 2009
 
Brady Quinn should be patient i think he should stay in Cleveland
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#16
Oct 14, 2009
 
I don't blame Brady, he has not gotten a fair chance in Cleveland. What a waste of talent! We should be trading Anderson not Brady. If he is traded, I AM DONE WITH THE BROWNS!
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#17
Oct 14, 2009
 
Perhaps getting rid of Mangini is more the answer!
Our team gave a lot to get Quinn, now after just two lousy games we're talking about getting rid of him?
In addition to ridding ourselves of Mangini, maybe the owners should sell the team to someone who is more into football instead of just trying to make a few bucks off of the sport!
so wrong

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#18
Oct 14, 2009
 
this is crap let quinn play ball anderson no better browns spent all that money on quinn to sit on bench stupid
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#19
Oct 14, 2009
 
I think it is ridiculous that Quinn has been with the Brown's for two years and has yet to really show himself. He was the big hype when he was drafted as being a great new quarterback to bring this team out this sad slump. But good for him if he wants to move on. Every person that typically leaves the Browns and goes elsewhere always seems to do good. More than likely the team he goes to will end up winning the Super Bowl and the Browns will still be dead last. Good Luck Brady.
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#20
Oct 14, 2009
 
I believe he should be traded so he has a place to play, I don't think you can play at your best when you are on the side lines for a couple years. It will take him some time to get back to his best playing and he hasn't got to do that in Cleveland. Good Luck Brady!

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