Source: Quinn Has Fractured Finger


From: Waiting for Next Year

Report out of Berea is that quarterback Brady Quinn has recently seen a hand specialist, and that he has a fractured index finger on his throwing hand.

When not practicing, Quinn will wear a splint on his finger. Romeo Crennel has said that Quinn will in fact play this week. The specialist claims that Quinn cannot damage the finger any further.

One has to wonder how much this “fracture” will hinder Quinn’s ability to throw the ball accurately. Could we see Derek Anderson this week in his place? Panic if you want, but the team is doing its best to quench such a reaction.

More on this as it develops.

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One Response to “Source: Quinn Has Fractured Finger”

  1. Dan says:

    I don’t buy this as an excuse for bad throws next game. Quinn had a terrible day of passing last game. One thing I am noticing is that everything I have mentioned for the past 2 years, about what the Browns needed to do has been done (finally) except getting Crennel out as head coach. Getting rid of Grantham was first. He is gone. Resign Lewis, which they did to a 3 year contract. Get Harrison in more. He was averaging over 7 yards per carry, even before his big game last week. Get D Line help. They picked up Rogers and Williams. Linebacker, they picked up Orr, and Bell and Hall in the draft. I pointed out that Bodden got burned more than anyone else in the D backfield. They got rid of him. And cut down on the penalties, which they have drastically in the last couple games. NOW, you need to put Crennel at defensive coordinator, fire Tucker, and can Myslinski as conditioning coach. What other reason would there be for all the injuries at the beginning of the year. The players “ARE NOT” required to be in shape when training camp starts. Now, if Edwards gets his head into the game, and starts catchiung the ball, Tucker creates a pass rush, Harrison gets more touches, Chud adds a little creativity to the offense and the Browns get a “REAL” head coach in there, we can compete. Most the blame for the woes this season are caused by the coaching staff. Edwards and McDonald haven’t helped matters either.

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