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...
Seahawks working out 4 possible backup QBs. I'm expecting Pete Carroll to chose between Matt Leinart and Brady Quinn. Tie-breaker to ML— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) April 8, 2013
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.