College Quarterbacks Who Didn't Live Up To Their Bright Futures

College Quarterbacks Who Didn't Live Up To Their Bright Futures

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College Quarterbacks Who Didn't Live Up To Their Bright Futures

Brady Quinn


The Notre Dame quarterback was precisely what coaches look for in a player: strong-willed leader, good throwing arm, and a great attitude. He was so talented that he threw a whopping 69 touchdowns and just 14 interceptions in his last two seasons! With those stats he was snatched up in 2007 in the first round of the draft by the Cleveland Browns. Following three seasons of mediocre playing, however, he was traded to the Broncos who only kept him for a year before he tried out for several other teams to no avail. Finally, after a pro career that consisted if only 12 touchdown passes, Quinn retired in 2015. Pretty miserable for a guy who set 36 records during college.

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