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Brady Quinn traded to Denver

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Maybe they're hoping the thin air will allow him to throw the ball as far as a normal QB?

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Denver is just trying to relate to the gay community with Quinn. Lady Gaga is going to be doing their halftime shows next.

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Holmgren is busy today:

Browns trade Wimbley to Raiders

Posted by Michael David Smith on March 14, 2010 5:54 PM ET

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren is having a busy day trading away former first-round draft picks.

In addition to trading 2007 first-round pick Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos, Holmgren also traded 2006 first-round pick Kamerion Wimbley to the Oakland Raiders.

Adam Caplan of Scout.com first reported the trade.

The Browns selected Wimbley, an outside linebacker, out of Florida State with the 13th overall pick in 2006. He burst onto the scene as a rookie with 11 sacks and has started every game but two in his four years in Cleveland, but he hasn't been quite lived up to the promise he showed as a rookie.

There's no word yet on what the Raiders sent to the Browns in exchange for Wimbley.

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So jake is the starter in cleveland now?

Pretty crazy Cleveland is putting all their eggs in one basket with Delhomme. Hope it pans out for them.

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Holmgren is busy today:

It's a firesale at Fat Mike's! Everything must go! Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!

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Could be a good fit.We have seen what that system can do with avg QB.

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So jake is the starter in cleveland now?

if he can beat out seneca wallace. :lol::crazy:

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Pretty crazy Cleveland is putting all their eggs in one basket with Delhomme. Hope it pans out for them.

How do you know Holmgren's boy Seneca Wallace won't be the starter?

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