While trade speculation continues to swirl, coupled with ESPN analysts saying that they highly doubt a move will be made, Browns quarterback Brady Quinn’s home in Avon Lake, Ohio has hit the market just hours ago.
Now, either this means that Quinn won’t be seeing his $11 million in incentives/escalators kick in this season and is forced to downsize, or this could be a signal that the former first-round draft pick will be the next member of the Browns to relocate. His agent, Tom Condon (who also represents Braylon Edwards) is likely hoping for the latter of the two.
The four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 4,500 square foot home sits on roughly one acre of land and is currently listed under one Brayden Tyler Quinn. Quinn is looking for $775,000 from anyone looking to purchase a new home. Per Lorain County Auditor, the 2008 value was just under $630,000.
Realtor.com – Avon Lake, OH [Realtor.com]