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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