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Former Notre Dame quarterback and first round draft pick, Brady Quinn, has joined Fox Sports as an analyst for NFL and college football.
Fox Sports made the announcement Thursday via Twitter.
We are excited to announce that Brady Quinn is joining FOX Sports as a college football and NFL studio and game analyst!
— FOX Sports (@FOXSports) July 31, 2014
Though Quinn was a dynamic player in college – he won the Maxwell Award his senior year, which is given to the best player in the country – his NFL career never took off. Quinn fell further than anyone imagined he would in the ’07 draft, being taken by the Cleveland Browns with the 22nd pick.
Quinn only managed to start 20 games during his seven-year career, finishing with a 4-16 record. Quinn’s greatest achievement as a pro came in 2012 when he was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Kansas City Chiefs to a Week 13 victory.
USA Today has learned that Quinn will be broadcasting Thursday night college games alongside Tim Brando. Quinn will also appear on America’s Pregame and Fox Sports Live shows.