Most disappointing Cleveland Browns quarterbacks: 19. Ken Dorsey (2006-2008)
A former seventh-round pick out of Miami back in 2004, Ken Dorsey began his career with the San Francisco 49ers. He started seven games as a rookie and three more in his second campaign. Despite his 8-to-11 touchdown-to-interception ratio, the Browns thought Dorsey could be developed into something and made a trade for him in 2006.
Dorsey was allowed to battle for the No. 2 job with Derek Anderson and he ended up losing out — although the battle was closer than it may have seemed. He then spent that entire season as the No. 3 quarterback but still hoped to fight for a starting job one day.
That became hard for him to even imagine since the Browns traded up for Brady Quinn in the 2007 NFL Draft. However, Quinn still never won the job as a rookie as that proved to be their 10-win season with Anderson starting for them. As for Dorsey, he got his shot in 2008.
After throwing just one pass in his first two campaigns, Dorsey started three contests in 2008 after Anderson was injured. Cleveland lost all three of those and he threw seven interceptions with no touchdowns at all.
He was benched in Week 17 for Bruce Gradkowski and then was released in 2009.