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Winslow Tells NFL Radio Quinn Should be the Starter in 2009

Former Browns TE Kellen Winslow is talking again about his former team, this time on NFL Radio, stating that the Browns “better” stating QB for 2009 is…drum roll please….Brady Quinn. Here’s the interview along with an answer about Braylon Edwards.

Host Adam Schein:
“Who is the better QB for the Browns this year? [Derek] Anderson or [Brady] Quinn?”

Winslow: “I would say Brady Quinn. I love Derek Anderson. Great quarterback. It just didn’t work out. Brady Quinn is coming in, he has tremendous upside. Very calm, very mature and, I mean, give the guy a chance. What’s the big deal? I really don’t get it. This guy is coming in, he has worked his tail off. I bet you he is there working out right now. Just give him a chance. He is a leader, he is coming into his own. I really don’t get what’s the hard decision up there. My choice would be Brady Quinn.”

Winslow: “I don’t know if he is the better quarterback, I am just saying I think he is the guy for the future. That is all I am saying. Derek Anderson is a great quarterback. Don’t get me wrong. He’s a Pro Bowler. I just think the quarterback of the future is Brady Quinn. And he has tremendous upside and that’s just my personal opinion.”

Co-host Solomon Wilcots: “Do you think Braylon Edwards will be in Cleveland for 2009?”

Winslow: “For some reason I don’t. I know Braylon would love to go to New York. The Giants would fit him to a “T” and he would have so much fun up there. I know he loves Cleveland but New York would be a great fit for him. He’s a city guy and, yeah, I know he would love it there.”

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One Response to “Winslow Tells NFL Radio Quinn Should be the Starter in 2009”

  1. clayton says:

    I hate when players prognosticate about their former teams, but I cannot disagree with Kellen on this issue.

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