Cleveland Browns front office boss Mike Holmgren has already made changes at the quarterback position, and he’s not done yet.
Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that the Browns have offered quarterback Brady Quinn in trade talks with other teams.
It’s been apparent for some time that it doesn’t look good for Quinn in Cleveland. The Browns have traded for Seneca Wallace, who thinks he’s going to start, and they’ve had discussions about signing, trading for or drafting another quarterback. All of which suggests that they don’t view Quinn as the long-term answer.
Holmgren has said he thinks Quinn needs a full year as an NFL starter before his long-term prospects can be adequately evaluated. But it’s looking less and less likely that Quinn will get that full year as a starter in Cleveland.