Although he’s just 29 years old and was once considered one of the top players in the country, quarterback Brady Quinn is giving up on his NFL career for the broadcast booth.
FOX Sports announced Thursday (July 31) that the former prospect quarterback has joined the network as a college football and NFL game analyst.
When Quinn was drafted with the 22nd pick by the Cleveland Browns in the 2007 NFL draft, most thought the team got a steal. However, his career never panned out.
Over seven seasons, Quinn played for Cleveland, Denver, Kansas City, the Jets and St. Louis. He was also with Seattle last preseason, and the Rams and Jets had him on their rosters for a bit last regular season. But, when he couldn’t find another team this offseason, Quinn decided to embark on a new career.
We are excited to announce that Brady Quinn is joining FOX Sports as a college football and NFL studio and game analyst!
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) July 31, 2014