Thanks for Coming: Brady Quinn's Season Ends After Three Games

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by Ryan Wilson

Remember what I said a few hours ago about an athlete visiting Dr. Andrews is sorta like Joe Six-Pack minding his own business only to see the "Faces of Death" truck pull up? Brady Quinn had an appointment with the good doctor today and, well, prognosis negative.

According to's Jay Glazer, Quinn's 2008 season is over.

... Quinn is done for the year after doctors revealed that the break to his right index finger has gotten worse since he's tried to play through the injury, sources told

Team sources said that Quinn and the team made the decision together earlier today. Sources say that not only has the break in his right index finger worsened, but it is also starting to injure the tendons as well.

Yeah, that sucks. It would've been nice for Quinn to finish out the year, get some experience, and give the front office an idea of what they had to work with heading into the offseason. Instead, Derek Anderson (Sparky!) will get a chance to re-redeem himself. Given how he performed last week, I don't expect much will change.

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