Jets Sign QB Brady Quinn, Release Graham Harrell

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As of this morning, the Jets have added another QB to their already mixed-up situation; the Jets announced that they have signed QB Brady Quinn and released QB Graham Harrell.

Quinn was released by the Seattle Seahawks on Monday after he lost the back-up quarterback competition to Tavaris Jackson.

Quinn has had a tumultuous career. He famously dropped into the late first round  during the 2007 draft before the Clevelend Browns picked him up. He was a highly touted prospect coming out of Notre Dame, but has never really been given a fair opportunity to perform.

Quinn has gone 4-16 in 20 career starts, holds a 53.9 completion percentage and has a 12:17 TD-to-INT ratio. Although Quinn is not the answer, and certainly isn’t in line to start for the Jets, he brings a solid amount of experience to an inexperienced group of quarterbacks.

The fact that the Jets are continuing to shuffle their quarterback deck clearly indicates that Sanchez won’t be ready for the Jets opener on Sunday.


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