Brady Quinn is likely to be wearing a Kansas City Chiefs baseball cap with a clipboard in his hand in 2012, but that doesn't seem to make him the least bit uncomfortable with his new team. Of course, Quinn has spent the majority of his 5-year NFL career as a backup quarterback.
Even before Peyton Manning made the decision to sign with Denver, the Broncos still wanted to re-sign Quinn to a deal worth more than what he got in Kansas City. But Quinn believes he made the right decision and has a certain level of comfort with the Chiefs coaching personnel.
"I felt like the opportunity to come and play for Kansas City was a better situation for me right now," Quinn explained. "When you look at the Denver situation there were a lot of unknowns. It was a great organization, but I felt that for me personally it was a better opportunity to go to Kansas City." - Brady Quinn, via kcchiefs.com
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