Brady Quinn is a popular American Football player who has played for the Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets, and St. Louis Rams in the NFL. He played college football for Notre Dame where he managed to set 36 team records with the Fighting Irish Football team. Quinn is currently serving as a college football and NFL game analyst at Fox Sports. Keep reading to know more about the life, career, and net worth of Brady Quinn in 2020.
Early Life & Biography
Brayden Tyler Quinn was born to Tyrone J. Quinn and Robin D. Quinn on October 27, 1984, in Columbus, Ohio, the United States. Brady has an elder sister Laura Quinn and a younger sister Kelly Katherine. He attended the Dublin Coffman High School and in 2002, he joined Notre Dame on scholarship. Quinn set 36 team records at Notre Dame, and in 2005 he won the Sammy Baugh Trophy as the country’s top passer for the season. He completed dual degrees in finance and political science at Notre Dame.
In 2009, Brady Quinn began to date Alicia Sacramone, Olympic Silver medallist in gymnastics and they got engaged in 2013. The couple tied a knot in March 2014 and had two daughters, Sloan Scott Quinn and Teagan Marie Quinn born in 2016 and 2018 respectively.
Career, Awards & Nominations
In 2007, Quinn signed a five-year deal with Cleveland Browns and was a third choice quarterback behind Frye and Anderson. Quinn made his debut for the Browns in their final game of the season against 49ers and was once again forced to the sidelines at the start of the 2008 season.
His first start for the Browns came in 2008 against Denver Broncos and in the next game, he broke his finger which needed surgery and forced him out for the rest of the season. In 2010, Browns traded Quinn to Broncos in exchange for Peyton Hills, but Quinn did not play a single game spending two seasons with them.
He was traded to Kansas City Chiefs in 2012 and moved to Seattle Seahawks in 2013. Quinn then moved to New York Jets and St. Louis Rams in 2013 and 2014 but failed to represent them on the pitch. He received a commentator contract from Fox Sports in 2014 which he readily accepted putting an end to his playing career. In 2015, Quinn played in the NFL Veteran Combine.
Net Worth & Earnings
In 2007, he signed a 5-year deal with Cleveland Browns for $20.2 million, and his annual salary at the club in 2010 was $1 million. He earned $700,000 in 2011 at Denver Broncos and $1.5 million in 2012 at Kansas City Chiefs. In 2013, he made more than $1 million from Seahawks, Jets, and Rams and his annual salary at Fox is reported to be approximately $1 million. His estimated net worth is $13 million.
In 2011, Quinn founded 3rd and Goal – Veterans Home Aid, a charity foundation that helps homes to host wounded veterans.