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Brayden Tyler "Brady" Quinn (born October 27, 1984) is a former American football quarterback.
Prior to the start of the 2006 college football season, Quinn was featured in a regional cover on the August 22, 2006 issue of Sports Illustrated's 2006 College Football Preview issue along with then-teammates Tom Zbikowski and Travis Thomas with the caption "Notre Dame: The Battle For No.
1." Quinn posted finished the season with 3,426 yards on 289 completions out of 467 attempts for a completion percentage of 61.9% and 7.34 yards per attempt.
Quinn graduated from Notre Dame with dual degrees in political science and finance.
Coming into the draft Quinn was considered to be one of the top players in the country, and was invited to the draft.
Quinn was named to the 2005 AP All-America Team as a third-team quarterback and the 2006 All-American Team as a second-team quarterback.
While some suspected the Cleveland Browns would select Quinn with the third pick, he fell to the 22nd pick in the draft before being picked up by Browns.
However, after a 34–7 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1, Frye was traded to the Seattle Seahawks for a sixth round draft pick, moving Quinn to second on the Browns' depth chart.
On December 30, 2007, when Anderson hurt his pinky and wrist, Quinn made his official NFL debut in the Browns' final game of the season against the San Francisco 49ers.
Notre Dame invited to the 2007 Sugar Bowl on January 3, 2007, where they played LSU. Quinn threw two touchdown passes, both in the first half, and LSU held Notre Dame scoreless through the second half of the game to defeat the Fighting Irish 41–14.
Following the 2006 season, Quinn won several awards, including the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award for the best college quarterback in the nation and the Maxwell Award for the best college football player. He was named the Cingular All-America Player of the Year and was named to the 2006 AP All-America Team as a second-team quarterback.
He threw 37 touchdowns to only 7 interceptions, and was sacked 31 times.