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March 15, 2010 - Robert "Bubba" Kapral
Talk about housecleaning. The Cleveland Browns did that in no uncertain terms in less than one week's time. New boss Mike Holmgren put his stamp on the team with four quarterback moves. Out are Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn. In are Seneca Wallace and Jake Delhomme. Anderson was waived while Quinn -- thought to be the face of the team -- was jettisoned to Denver for very little in return -- Peyton Hillis and a sixth round draft pick in 2011 and a conditional 2012 pick. That is paltry yield for a once thought-to-be franchise quarterback. Delhomme, who wore out his welcome in Carolina, now appears the starter at QB in Cleveland. At 35, the Browns may be hitching their wagon to an over-the-hill signal-caller. Holmgren is well regarded in NFL circles for team building. Right now, the jury is out on his quarterback shuffling. I think it is just another mistake on the lake.
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