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Even though Jake Delhomme said he was “blindsided” when the Panthers decided to release him, it wasn’t surprising that Carolina decided they needed a new starting quarterback for the upcoming season. What surprised me was that they didn’t keep Delhomme around as a backup considering he was still owed $12.65 million guaranteed from an extension he signed the prior offseason. Instead, the Panthers cut Delhomme loose, and Jake started looking around for a new gig — one where he could still start. Enter the Cleveland Browns.
The Browns decided to beef up their impressive haul of Seneca Wallace by agreeing to a two-year deal with Jake Delhomme on Saturday. Clearly Wallace and Delhomme will combine to form the most intimidating tag team of quarterbacks since Dan Orlovsky and Drew Stanton. The merits of debating Cleveland’s past quarterbacks (Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn) versus this year’s quarterbacks (Seneca Wallace, Jake Delhomme) is humorous but not intriguing. What catches my ...
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The Cleveland Browns continue their makeover in the off-season as they have signed Jake Delhomme to a two year deal. This signing makes no real sense unless the Browns have already plan to move Quinn. Delhomme struggled in Carolina so signing him to a two year deal makes no sense at all. What makes the Browns think he will not struggle in Cleveland. Cleveland has no real receivers...
Jake Delhomme has signed a two year deal with the Cleveland Browns. The Browns have shopped Quinn and now that Delhomme will land in Cleveland, those trade talks could intensify...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
(By Charles Chandler, email@example.com) Strange as it may seem and sound, even though 10 days have passed since the Carolina Panthers broke ties with him, Jake Delhomme is now a member of the Cleveland Browns.Delhomme, the Panthers' starting quarterback from 2003 through the 11th game of last season, signed a two-year contract with the Browns Saturday.
Free agent quarterback Jake Delhomme has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Cleveland Browns.
New Orleans Saints : Delhomme, Cleveland Browns, Reggie Bush, NFL Salaries Bayou Buzz Former Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme canceled his visit with the Saints on Saturday and agreed to a two-year contract at $7 million per year, ... and more
Browns Sign Delhomme, trade Brady Quinn to Broncos for Fullback Hills and two draft picks.
(photo: Brady Waited over 4 hours on Draft Day 2007 to heard his name called-By Dr. Bill Chachkes)
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The Brady Quinn experiment in Cleveland is dead.
QB Brady Quinn’s career in Cleveland Ohio is no officially over. Quinn was traded Sunday to the...
Former Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme canceled his visit with the Saints on Saturday and agreed to a two-year contract at $7 million per year, a starter's salary.
Note: Mike is out of town for the next couple of days, so I’m going to pick up the slack with the Daily Haze. I think the Monday Morning Rehab is going to be postponed as well.
How was everyone’s weekend? Down in the South, the hints of Spring have finally arrived, and it was wonderfully to spend most of the weekend outside. Unfortunately, since I was outside and not in...
Whether you rooted for Brady Quinn or Derek Anderson the last few years in Cleveland, that's all over now. Jake Delhomme's agent confirmed to the Cleveland Plain Dealer Saturday night that Delhomme has signed a two-year contract with the Browns...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
Denver, according to Jay Glazer via twitter. For Peyton Hillis and two conditional picks. Which makes it official that the Jake Delhomme era really is upon Browns fans.