Tuesday, September 11, 2007


Well, that took long. According to Jay Glazer at foxsports.com, The Cleveland Browns have traded QB Charlie Frye to Seattle for a sixth round draft pick. Frye lasted a whole quarter and a half as the Browns starting QB and two days later, has been dealt.

Lets see, Charlie Frye was named the starting QB and got 50% of the reps during mini-camps and all of training camp. We all heard that he was the right man for the job, more so than Derek Anderson. After a pathetic 4-10, 1 INT, 5 sack 20 minutes of action, GM Phil Savage and Romeo Crennel had apparently seen enough. Ken Dorsey, dropped at final cutdown time, is back in the fold as Brady Quinn's mentor. Anderson is most likely in line to start this Sunday against Cincinnati. I cannot wait to see the fall out and quotes from Berea on this one.

Has there ever been an organization so clueless from top to bottom than the "New" Browns?

Browns Trade Frye To Seattle - Jay Glazer, Fox Sports

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