Brady Quinn ended his 11-day holdout yesterday, signing a deal with the Browns worth $7.75 million in guaranteed money and a possible $30 million in incentives over the next five years. His holdout basically eliminated any chance of beginning the season as the team's starter, though anything is possible on this talent-starved Browns squad.
As coach Romeo Crennel said, "He's pretty far behind, we have a lot of offense, and we're putting it in every day. It takes a while to get this down and get caught up on it." Two first round picks remain unsigned—Oakland quarterback JaMarcus Russell and Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.