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Brady Quinn's Recovery

Brady Quinn has been throwing dozens of footballs daily at full velocity and distance for almost 3 weeks now. He says that he feels good and is in the final stage of his rehab following his finger surgery which ended his playing early last season. Quinn speaks highly of the new Browns personnel including Mangini. When asked about Mangini recently, Quinn said he is very impressed with the coach's knowledge of the game and his serious commitment to winning. Quinn has also met and worked with new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and new quarterbacks coach Carl Smith. There is a connection between Quinn and Daboll in that Brady's college coach, Charlie W, was the offensive coordinator at New England when Daboll was an assistant there. There has been no announcement yet whether Quinn will be the starter this coming season or whether the Browns will keep or trade Anderson. I'm confident that Quinn will be the starter as the Browns clearly want him to lead this Team for many years to come. He should be the starter. The only obstacle is Anderson's friendly contract which includes a huge bonus due next month that the Team must pay regardless of whether Anderson is gone by then. I'm impressed with how Brady has handled the hype. When pressed recently for inside information about who the starter will be, he simply reiterated that he will continue to work as hard as he can to become that starter. Good answer. His work will pay off. Let's go Browns!


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