"We had a ton of guys injured, IR, had four quarterbacks start that season, which you're not going to be very competitive when you have four quarterbacks playing in one season."Phil Savage did a great job building the team and coach Crennel did a great job coaching the team and when it came down to it, we ended up having a hard time. I think if we would have had another season then I think we would have been find, we would have continued to build but Randy Lerner at the time I guess wanted to, ya know, blow everything up.I tried to play the next game and didn't play well, wasn't really throwing the ball well." The third: "The rest of that season and Coach Crennel getting fired and (then-General Manager) Phil Savage getting fired was probably the most disheartening thing.We went from 10-6 the year before to 4-12 but there were so many circumstances that played a part in that.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Brady Quinn's boot camp for the 2014 season started the week of June 23.Browns lowlights Lost his first game as a starter against the Denver Broncos in 2008.Won the following game against the Buffalo Bills, giving him his first career starting victory, but broke his finger during the game. Our first dance, the guy was supposed to cut it off after a minute and a half, it was to John Legend 'All of Me' and the guy I think loved the song so much he just kept singing for another 2.5 minutes and we're like alright this is dragging on too long so at that point we kind of gave him the 'Cut it off, buddy' sign." Quinn is currently a free agent.What he's doing now After his third season in Cleveland, Quinn was traded to Denver, where he played for two years. In 2010, he started a foundation to make homes handicap accessible for wounded veterans of the current or previous wars. I broke my finger on my throwing hand in the first quarter of a game. "It was my first win as a starter there and all that.He became a free agent after his rookie contract expired and in 2012 he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs on a one-year deal. I think trying to come back the next week, I couldn't really throw."I obviously still have plans of wanting to play football and that kind of thing but we'll see if I end up going down that street or not but right now my focus is pretty much on football." His focus right now are on the three F's of many football players: football, his foundation and starting a family.On Cleveland and his time as a Brown Quinn loved the Browns fans.The former Browns quarterback underwent back surgery last November and still wants to play football, but told the Northeast Ohio Media Group he likes being under the different kind of media spotlights too. 12 on our list as we look back at all the Browns' starting quarterbacks since 1999.Here is a look at his career highlights and lowlights, what he's been doing since his Cleveland days, and where he'd like to go in the future.What he wants to do in the future Lately, Quinn has been a sports analyst for ESPN, the NFL Network and NBC Sports."I'm not exactly sure where that will eventually go," Quinn said.