Quinn working through early growing pains

At Browns minicamp, Brady Quinn has looked like a rookie trying to find his way, not the team's long-awaited savior, writes John Clayton.

Originally Published: June 13, 2007
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

BEREA, Ohio -- Charlie Weis prepared Brady Quinn for just about everything at Notre Dame.

Weis taught Quinn an NFL offense and gave him the ability to unleash it against college defenses. In some ways, Quinn was like a master's student in a classroom of freshmen. Quinn learned the West Coast offense from Tyrone Willingham. Weis took him to new levels with his imaginative schemes. He was a great student.

What Quinn wasn't prepared for was what happened ...

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