Last April, quarterback Brady Quinn copied the unexpected draft-day round-one slide of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Soon, predicted Profootballtalk.com predicts that Quinn (or, at a minimum, his agent) will be clamoring to join Rodgers' current team, the Green Bay Packers.
Though he might be fooling himself into thinking that he's got a shot at winning the Cleveland Browns starting job this season, Brady Quinn is destined to open 2008 where he finished 2007 — on the bench. After all, the Browns aren't paying Derek Anderson $8 million per year to hold his helmet next to his ear so that he can listen to the play be called in to the huddle.
More importantly, Quinn needs to get on the field in order to unlock the big-money incentives that his agent, Tom Condon, held him out of training camp in order to get. And so while it might be unlikely that Quinn will demand a trade in his own voice, Condon could be contacting the Browns and asking them to explore the possibility of moving Quinn to Green Bay.
They have a upincoming QB in A. Rogers, I doubt GB would even entertain an offer