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    Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    [size=14pt]Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns[/size]
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    The Brady Quinn saga is now officially over.

    The rookie quarterback has agreed to terms on a five-year deal with the Cleveland Browns, FOXSports.com has learned.

    The deal, which was agreed to Tuesday morning, has not yet been signed.

    Quinn was on his way to Cleveland to join his teammates on Tuesday.

    The No. 22 pick in this year's draft out of Notre Dame, Quinn had been working out in Tempe, Ariz. at Athletes Performance Institute, and last week said he was hoping his holdout would end soon.

    His hopes have now been answered.












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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    Hope he enjoys that deal while he is sitting on the bench watching Frye start the first half of the season.
    Moron.
    Had he signed on time for camp he could have been the starter.
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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    Sucks for the Brownies that they had to wait so long...it should have happened to a more deserving team...like the Pukers, Cowturds or Putzies!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Hope he enjoys that deal while he is sitting on the bench watching Frye start the first half of the season.
    Moron.
    Had he signed on time for camp he could have been the starter.
    Honestly, why be the starter from the get-go?
    Get the $$$ you want, sit behind Frye, low pressure and then go in there once the season is officially over and expectations of playoff glory are gone.

    Brilliant!

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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Hope he enjoys that deal while he is sitting on the bench watching Frye start the first half of the season.
    silly guy.
    Had he signed on time for camp he could have been the starter.
    Honestly, why be the starter from the get-go?
    Get the $$$ you want, sit behind Frye, low pressure and then go in there once the season is officially over and expectations of playoff glory are gone.

    Brilliant!

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    Kinda like TJack did last season???
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    Hope he enjoys that deal while he is sitting on the bench watching Frye start the first half of the season.
    silly guy.
    Had he signed on time for camp he could have been the starter.
    Honestly, why be the starter from the get-go?
    Get the $$$ you want, sit behind Frye, low pressure and then go in there once the season is officially over and expectations of playoff glory are gone.

    Brilliant!

    =Z=
    Kinda like TJack did last season???
    Dang it, that could have been us waiting for him to sign, and for a lot more money too. Oh well we will just have to deal with future hall of famer Peterson.

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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    I hope that prissy biatch dumb ass got much less than he wanted.

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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    I hope that prissy biatch dumb jiggly butt got much less than he wanted.
    ROTF!!!
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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    WTF?
    Where are all the Quinn sniffers?
    Stand proud and defend!
    Tell us all why he should be making top tier first round pay!
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    Re: Quinn agrees to 5-year deal with Browns

    Now that he has signed he can concentrate more on his crotch grabbing and Village People dancing.

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