14 Mar 2010
Right now just a Twitter from Jay Glazer, story to come, but Cleveland has sent Brady Quinn to Denver for Peyton Hillis and two conditional draft picks. If ever there was a player meant to be traded for conditional draft picks, it is Brady Quinn. If Josh McDaniels does right by him, he could still develop into a real NFL quarterback, in which case it would be nice for Cleveland to get something more than two seventh-rounders or whatever.
UPDATE: They also dealt linebacker Kamerion Wimbley to the Raiders for a third-round pick.
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