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Found April 09, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:

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The Seattle Seahawks have announced that quarterback Brady Quinn has agreed to terms on a contract that will make him their new back up behind Russell Wilson.

Quinn played pretty well last season for the Chiefs.  He threw for over 60 percent, but also only had 2 touchdown passes compared to 8 interceptions.

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