Brady Quinn Agress To Terms With The Seattle Seahawks
Free agent quarterback Brady Quinn, a former college football star with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks.
The 28-year old Quinn, who won the Sammy Baugh Trophy in 2005, as well as the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, and the Mawwell Award in 2006, while playing at Notre Dame, was the 22nd-overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns, with whom he played for three seasons.
After leaving Cleveland, Quinn spent two seasons with the Denver Broncos, without taking a single snap, before joining the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012.
With the Chiefs last year, Quinn started eight games, throwing for 1,141 yards, with two touchdowns, and eight interceptions.
Over his six-year career, Quinn 296-of-550 passes, for 3,043 yards, along with 12 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions.
Quinn will play back-up to Seattle starting quarterback Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks have been in the market for a back-up quarterback since trading former back-up Matt Flynn to the Oakland Raiders last week.