Found October 22, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
Breaking News: Chiefs Name Brady Quinn Starting QB, Demote Matt Cassel - Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel is giving Chiefs fans what they ask for today. In his weekly press conference on Monday, Crennel announced that Brady Quinn will be the new starting quarterback and that Matt Cassel has been demoted to backup. The thought in Kansas City was that once Cassel was healthy there was a good chance that he would regain the starting job. Crennel held off on making a decision during the bye week as Cassel and Quinn split snaps. The decision would have been easier for Crennel had Quinn excelled in his first start, but Quinn completed only 22 of 38 passes for 180 yards and two interceptions in a loss at Tampa Bay. Cassel was knocked out of the Baltimore game two weeks ago in the fourth quarter, suffering a concussion that forced him to miss the Tampa Bay game. The people’s choice in Kansas City was obviously Quinn. Fans chanted his name during the Baltimore game and booed Cassel, who ranks 33rd in the NFL with a 66.2 passer rating. When Cassel was injured, some fans were heard cheering and the cheers grew louder when Quinn took the field. Alright KC fans, you got what you wanted. Good luck. (Photo: US Presswire) Read More Here!
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