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Report: Quinn’s Ohio Home Up for Sale

As the world in Berea turns, this latest story about QB Brady Quinn has been posted on Pro Football Talk.com:

With Browns quarterback Derek Anderson strengthening his grip on the starting job after completing two passes on Sunday (cue the “it was windy, Florio!” crowd and the “they dropped eight or nine of them!” chorus), backup Brady Quinn has been the subject of renewed trade rumors.

The experts claim that Quinn won’t be traded.

Just like they claimed earlier this year that Braylon Edwards wouldn’t be traded.

But Quinn’s house is now for sale, according to WaitingForNextYear.com.

And the report seems to be accurate. The home at 32388 Regency Court in Avon Lake, Ohio is for sale, and Quinn bought a home at that same address in 2007.

So we’ll wait for the experts to claim that the move has no relation to a possible trade.

Just like they did when Jay Cutler put his Denver-area house on the market . . . not long before he was traded.

Possible candidates, based on our review of the depth charts for the other 31 teams, are the Bills, Texans, Jaguars, Raiders, Redskins, Panthers, Rams, 49ers, and Seahawks.


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