Browns quarterback Brady Quinn has a choice to make.  Surgery, or no surgery, on his broken right index finger and damaged tendon.
Specifically, his options are to immobilize the finger for six weeks or to have the thing cut open and repaired.
But if he chooses six weeks of wiping with his off hand, Quinn still might need surgery, if the bone and tendon don’t heal properly.
So does he know what he’ll do?
At this point, not really,” Quinn said Friday, per the Associated Press.  “I’ll just sound out all the different advice and make a decision once I feel confident about something.”