Brady Quinn is the latest former KC Chiefs player to receive interest elsewhere

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Brady Quinn won't be the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback in 2013, but he has received some interest from the Seattle Seahawks.

Brady Quinn, former KC Chiefs quarterback, is a candidate for the Seattle Seahawks, who are looking for quarterback options after trading Matt Flynn to the Oakland Raiders. Quinn of course was the Chiefs backup-quarterback-turned-starter last season.

Several reports have said that Quinn, Matt Leinart and Seneca Wallace -- all free agent quarterbacks -- are working out for the Seahawks. As for who has the edge...

Quinn did an admirable job for the Chiefs in their victory over the Panthers last year. Given the circumstances of that weekend, I surely won't forget that game.

But outside of that ... Quinn was pretty terrible. And this comes from someone who liked his signing. (Remember my days as a big Brady Quinn fan?) He completed less than 57 percent of his passes and threw for just two touchdowns to eight interceptions last season. Hardly starter-worthy numbers.

The New York Jets were also said to be interested in Quinn before they signed 57 other veteran free agent quarterbacks this offseason.

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