Ohio.com - Frye could be cut or traded today

Charlie Frye's days with the Cleveland Browns may be coming to an end. WTAM, part of the the team's flagship radio network, reported this morning that the Browns are trying to trade Frye today. Full Story
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Dogpound

Canton, OH

#1 Sep 11, 2007
He's Gone.....Probably to Atlanta..........
knowingishalfthe battle

Cleveland, OH

#2 Sep 11, 2007
Well, maybe Frye could go to a team with a GM and head coach with a clue, or at least one with decent unmobminded fans and sports writers. I wouldn't wish Cleveland on any QB, even if their name is Brady Quinn.
Cuyahoga

Beachwood, OH

#3 Sep 11, 2007
He's been traded to Seattle. See foxsports.com

“At least I'm housebroken.”

Since: Jun 07

Canton, OH

#4 Sep 11, 2007
According to WKNR, he is going to Seattle.
Browns fan

Cleveland, OH

#5 Sep 11, 2007
Beacon seems behind on this one. Fox sports is claiming he was traded to Seattle 20 minutes ago
Brown

Peoria, IL

#6 Sep 11, 2007
Frye, traded to Seattle Seahawks
Rick

Stow, OH

#7 Sep 11, 2007
Go ahead and lynch Charlie Frye. The rope will break and he will land on his feet. His best chance for a Super Bowl ring is to be traded. This franchise is on the road to nowhere. The leadership panics when the fans become impatient. If God was to give the NFL an enema, he would stick the tube in Cleveland Browns Stadium.
a fn k

Big Sky, MT

#8 Sep 11, 2007
about time this organization showed some sense. now romeo can roll down the highway with him.

Since: Mar 07

Ashtabula, OH

#9 Sep 11, 2007
He'll probably go to a SuperBowl now that he is free from the Cleveland curse lol!
So long Charlie

Akron, OH

#11 Sep 11, 2007
Seattle would be the best for his career. Staying here could be detrimental.
Teta in Akron

Shippingport, PA

#13 Sep 11, 2007
Romeo needs to go!!! My dog could manage the Brown better then him.
Tay

United States

#14 Sep 11, 2007
The Browns organization from top to bottom is one of the worse in professional football.They have no clue of what they want to do.I will agree Frye wasn't the answers but they shouldn't of known that during pre-season.I don't think that they have a clue on how to evaluate talent.Heck Al Davis is laughing at the way the browns are run.If you are a browns fan get use to this saying "It's always next year" i'm sure you will be saying that for the next 10yrs.
Carl

Hermitage, PA

#15 Sep 11, 2007
Good for Chuck. He's a good guy who didn't deserve to be killed like he has been in Cleveland.
LilOne

Hyattsville, MD

#16 Sep 11, 2007
The Browns are readying the roster for the day Mike Vick gets outta jail. He'll be their saving grace......for a week or two.
Manray800

AOL

#17 Sep 11, 2007
This might sound crazy at this point, but I do think we have some talent on this team. They can be competitive if they can minimize their mistakes. Let's just hope things improve from here on out or it's going to be a very long season.
AkronZipFan

Cleveland, OH

#19 Sep 11, 2007
I am so glad to hear that the Browns cut Charlie. Not because I don't like him. Actually I think he is a good quarterback and could be at least a solid back up with some other team. Yes, I am glad they traded him because maybe a quality organization can develop his talent, something the browns "organization" obviously has no clue how to do. I would like to wish Charlie the best of luck and thank the Browns for showing mercy on him by getting him out of this hell hole of an organization whose only consistency in 8 years is to waste young talent and destroy quality veterans.
Just the facts maam

Cleveland, OH

#20 Sep 11, 2007
This certainly better mean that Quinn will be allowed to test the waters Sunday. I don't know why Savage would make such a stupid comment that "once you go to Quinn, there's no going back." Huh? If he's getting mugged or playing poorly, I would certainly expect him to be pulled from that game...just like the Tribe inserts relievers. The guy is a rookie; we don't HAVE to accord him the same status as a 10-year vet. You try him out for awhile, and if it's working, great. If he seems overwhelmed (which, frankly, is doubtful), you talk to him and agree to ease him into situations where he can easily succeed. But the kid-gloves have to come off; why be afraid to play a guy so highly rated? Especially with the junk we have on THIS team.
Just my opinion

Akron, OH

#21 Sep 11, 2007
I'm sorry to see Fry go, they should have gotten rid of Anderson, but in the long run it will be a good thing for Fry.
CAV

Reynoldsburg, OH

#22 Sep 11, 2007
I'll be following and rooting for Charlie. He has a lot of talent and determination. I'm afraid my Browns are clueless on how to prepare for a football game.
browns hater

Cleveland, OH

#23 Sep 11, 2007
This is the best thing that could happen to Charlie. He needs to have a chance to play on a real pro team with a real coach and Ofensive line. GO Charlie and good luck

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