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Quinn Done for the Year with a Foot Injury

The Cleveland Browns today placed quarterback Brady Quinn on injured reserve with a foot injury sustained at Kansas City on December 20, the team announced. In addition, the club signed free agent offensive lineman Scott Kooistra.

Quinn appeared in 10 games with nine starts this season, completing 136-of-256 passes for 1,339 yards with eight touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries and caught one pass for 18 yards.

Originally drafted in the seventh round (215th overall) of the 2003 draft by Cincinnati, Kooistra has appeared in 84 games with one start. He saw action in four games with the Bengals this season, before being waived on November 24. Kooistra started every game at tackle his junior and senior season at North Carolina State (1999-02). The 6-6, 335-pounder was born on October 10, 1980 and attended Cary High School in Cary, N.C.

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3 Responses to “Quinn Done for the Year with a Foot Injury”

  1. ButchGavlen says:

    oh no. could this be the beginning of the shopping of mr. anderson???

  2. Denolakes says:

    I can’t see Cleveland keeping DA. It’s a straight numbers decision. Not much in FA, either. Orton, Clemens, Jackson, Pennington — like the “who cares?” of the NFL. I’m reading that some folks are saying this is a “deep” draft for QBs. Maybe. There have been those drafts in the past, like the class with Elway & company. High draft pick QBs are a risky proposition. No need to go any farther than Cleveland to see this. To be fair, they weren’t given much to work with, either.

  3. ButchGavlen says:

    I agree. we never brought in a mentor for couch either, and see what happeded to him; well with no real line or playmakers and playing him too soon. but you understand.

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