It was a brutal week in the NFL. The cart came out too many times, and we saw season-ending injuries to the likes of Steve Smith, Le’Veon Bell, Keenan Allen, Reggie Bush, Khiry Robinson, and Cameron Wake. Was it a rash of bad luck? Former NFL QB Brady Quinn wonders if it isn’t something more sinister.
Congratulations to former Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone and professional football player Brady Quinn, who got married over the weekend.
The Jets weren't satisfied with their quarterbacks after the cutdown to a 53-man roster, so they made another move Monday, signing Brady Quinn.
Matt Cassel had a tidy little 58.5 completion percentage, had five touchdowns to nine interceptions, and didn't throw a pass longer than 33 yards. Then he got concussed, and some fans cheered. Then Brady Quinn got the start and he went 22-for-38, with two INTs.
Way back in February, when we were still wiping the effluvia of Tebowmania off our jorts, GQ published an oral history of the then-Broncos QB's unlikely season. It was well done, but as so often happens with these things, an entire magazine article was sieved through to find the one hint of controversy. You didn't…
Yesterday, Yahoo writer Michael Silver's oral history of Tebowmania was published. We praised it for the sheer amount of reporting that went into it, but we also expressed hope that Brady Quinn's comments wouldn't be singled out—while we singled out Brady Quinn's comments. Nobody has been able to talk about anything…
It's probably unfair that Brady Quinn's quotes are going to overshadow GQ's excellent oral history of a season of Tim Tebow, as told by teammates, opponents, front office men and more. But Tebow is a Broncos quarterback, and for the moment so is Quinn, and it's impossible to read some of these without picturing Quinn…
The Messiah Watch is officially on alert: Last week we learned that Tim Tebow's Broncos jersey—once record-setting—is only the tenth most popular in the NFL. This bright Denver man suggests that retailers must be "all out of size sexy"; another non-believer in KDVR's segment suggests it's because Tim Tebow just…
"[O]ne highly knowledgeable member of the organization told me Monday, 'If everything was totally equal, and this were a competition based only on performance at this camp, Tebow would probably be the fourth-string guy. Kyle [Orton] is far and away the best, and Tebow's way behind [Brady] Quinn, too. And I'm telling…
Says John Clayton: "The decision to have Brady Qunn ahead of Tim Tebow Saturday isn't permanent but it is a sign that Tebow had to pick up game to be Denver backup." Quinn went 10 of 16 for 130 yards, with a TD and a pick. Tebow went one of two, for ten.
The Cleveland Browns are not the worst team in the NFL. Yet, front office chaos, locker room drama, and a lot of lousy football have made them exemplars of what it means to be a terrible sports franchise.
All Jimmy Clausen wanted to do was enjoy a nice post-game meal with his family and teammates, but an angry Notre Dame fan had to go and remind the QB that he lost to Connecticut....by punching him in the face.
In sports, everybody is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like Matthew Stafford, who won the weekend by suddenly turning into Bobby Layne, minus the crippling hangovers.
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Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn are both listed as No. 1 on the Browns depth chart, although I don't believe the NFL's plan to add a second football to gameplay will take effect this year. So let the sabotage begin!