If you didn’t hate Browns quarterback Brady Quinn before, you might after you hear what the former Notre Dame star did to try to sabotage teammate Derek Anderson and help his own standing in Cleveland’s quarterback competition.
Coming off a 4-12 season, the Browns obviously have a lot to work on. Derek Anderson said the radio receiver in his helmet wasn’t working Sunday, so he had to work with hand signals. Anderson said Brady Quinn, who was quarterbacking the White team, schooled White defenders on those hand signals, which made it harder for Anderson to work a drive filled with short passes. Details, details, details. via, via.
C’mon, Brades. Even Nathan Lane thinks that’s catty. All we heard about during the 2007 NFL draft was “what a great person” Brady Quinn was. I didn’t buy it then and I don’t now. Quinn is just Nick Lachey with a stronger arm. Which probably means Mangini will start him every game this season.