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Anderson’s Injured Calf Healed Enough for the Start of Training Camp

The QB battle between Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson is ready to get going as camp get near, and today James Walker from ESPN.com wrote that Anderson’s injured calf muscle should not keep him from the field once camp gets going. Walker wrote that a source told him that the injury, which was suffered during a minicamp, has healed and he’ll be ready for the start of camp.

In 2007 Anderson threw for 3,787 yards, 29 touchdowns and led the Browns to a 10-6 record. Last year was a disaster for the team, as by the end he was sitting the bench after first being benched, then getting hurt in the loss to the Colts. He finished the season with 1615 yards throwing, a 66.5 QB rating, and 9 TD’s with 8 interceptions.


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2 Responses to “Anderson’s Injured Calf Healed Enough for the Start of Training Camp”

  1. Clayton says:

    I hope that Derek is healthy enough to compete for the job, not because I think that he will or should get the starting position, but because that competition will be a motivating factor for Quinn to continue to improve.

  2. ButchGavlen says:

    I take it that means tha trade talks, if any, have broken off or stalemated; or there is more than one team interested now and the browns are playing cool. At the worst we have a strong-armed backup. With some experience.

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