KANSAS CITY, Mo. With the Chiefs heading into their final game of this dreadful 2012 season, don't expect any changes at quarterback.
Brady Quinn will remain the starter, meaning Matt Cassel, benched earlier this season, may have already played his last game in a Chiefs uniform.
Cassel has two years remaining on his contract, but it seems unlikely that present management or new management will keep him in Kansas City considering he would receive 7.5 million next season.
"At this time, Brady is the starter," Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said Monday. "Everything is subject to evaluation, of course, and if we evaluate it any differently, we will let you know."
Quinn was brought in as a starter mainly on the premise that he would curb the tide of turnovers the Chiefs were experiencing earlier this season with Cassel at the helm.
But Quinn, who normally takes an ultra-conservative approach to the position, has thrown eight interceptions against just two touchdown passes this season. ...