Brady Quinn cut loose by Dolphins

So dreamy!

So dreamy!

So dreamy!

So dreamy!

It’s a rough time for NFL players struggling to make it in the league. The rosters are getting cut to 75 before eventually making their way to 53 plus a practice squad. One of the Browns’ most high profile draft picks of the last decade has found himself cut as Brady Quinn’s attempt to make the Dolphins has come to an end.

This doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone who has been paying close attention. One of the reporters that covers the Dolphins most closely, Omar Kelly, has been documenting Quinn’s struggles on his Twitter feed.

It’s all so amazing when you go back and try to remember what it was like on draft day when the Browns scored Quinn. I remember getting congratulations emails from college friends who were fans of different teams. Quinn started his career in Cleveland in 2007 and nobody could have possibly imagined that as of the start of the 2014 season that Quinn would only have 20 career starts.

  • BenRM

    …and South Beach became a little less dreamy.

  • Garry_Owen

    Miami’s revenge on the Cleveland fanbase.

  • mgbode

    Doesn’t anyone see what is happening here? This is called destiny.

    Romeo Crennel was HC w/ Brady Quinn on the bench and eventually moved to starter, which culminated in Romeo getting fired.

    Romeo takes DC job in KC where Quinn eventually lands on the bench and pushes his way to starting right as Romeo get his 2nd chance to be a NFL HC, which culminated in Romeo getting fired.

    Romeo takes DC job in Houston, who desperately need a QB. Brady Quinn now is a jobless QB searching for a home.

    Has a QB ever gotten a coach fired from 3 different jobs?

  • nj0

    “nobody could have possibly imagined that as of the start of the 2014 season that Quinn would only have 20 career starts”….

    Uh…

    http://thatschurch.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/confused4.gif

  • JNeids

    Third time’s a charm!

  • The_Real_Shamrock
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  • Stephen Martin

    “Now I’m done.” -Brady Quinn, when reaches for comment on his career.

  • BenRM

    HAH!