Published: March 14th, 2010 | Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Carolina Panthers, Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jake Delhomme, Matt Moore, Matthew Stafford, Miami Dolphins, Richie Incognito, Seneca Wallace, Washington Redskins
Browns QB Brady Quinn could be on the move, but it will not be to Carolina, a league source has told the Charlotte Observer.
The Browns have been busy at quarterback, acquiring Seneca Wallace and Jake Delhomme this week, while cutting ties with Derek Anderson. There is speculation that new club president Mike Holmgren is looking to get rid of Quinn.
Quinn was viewed as a good fit for the Panthers, who released Delhomme and move forward with Matt Moore as the likely starter.
Other news around the Web on Sunday:
- The Dolphins are looking for help on the offensive line, and the Miami Herald is reporting that the team has interest in Richie Incognito. Th Dolphins put in a claim for Incognito when he was released by St. Louis during the 2009 season, but he was award to the Bills who have already said they will not be pursuing the enigmatic lineman.
- Lions QB Matthew Stafford is ready to go after offseason knee surgery, but the team is going to bring him along slowly, according to MLive.com. Lions coach Jim Schwartz says that he wants to ease Stafford back to workouts and get him into shape.
- Bengals QB Carson Palmer had the cast removed from his left thumb (his non-throwing hand) and told the Enquirer that he was about a month to six weeks away from throwing the football. Palmer injured his thumb in Week 5 vs. the Ravens, and played the remainder of the season with the injury.
- Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth is reportedly not happy with the team’s switch to the 3-4 defense, but The Washington Post reports that he will show up to the team’s workouts on Monday. Haynesworth is scheduled to receive a $21 million roster bonus in April.