Due to the mounting speculation, and the fact that quarterback Brady Quinn has put his Avon Lake, Ohio home up for sale, head coach Eric Mangini has been forced to say that the Browns are not looking to trade their now-backup quarterback.
The rumors have begun to pick up steam with the trade deadline fast approaching on Oct. 20. Quinn was benched in favor of Derek Anderson after only 10 quarters into the season and, now that he is the backup, for the time being at least, many people have begun to wonder what Quinn’s future with the team really is. If the Browns were looking to deal Quinn, it is unlikely they will be able to get much of anything in return. After all, Quinn has played sporadically and has not been given the proper chance to prove his worth in the NFL.
Let’s think for a moment and consider if Brady Quinn really was traded. That leaves the Browns with Derek Anderson, who completed 2 of 17 passes for 23 yards last Sunday against the Bills. Oh, and Brett Ratliff. That being said, Brady Quinn needs to be given a real chance with this team.
What do you think? Should the Browns trade Brady Quinn?