Browns say goodbye to Derek Anderson
The shakeup in Cleveland continued on Tuesday as the Browns announced that they have terminated the contract of veteran quarterback Derek Anderson.
The move doesn’t come as much of a surprise as Anderson was due a $2 million roster bonus on March 19 in addition to a 2010 base salary of $7.45 million—not to mention the fact that the Browns traded for quarterback Seneca Wallace from the Seattle Seahawks less than 24 hours ago.
Anderson burst onto the scene in 2007 when he threw for 3,787 yards and 29 touchdowns while leading Cleveland to a 10-6 record. He started 31 games over the past three years for the Browns.
With the acquisition of Wallace and the release of Anderson, we can now turn our attention to the fate of Brady Quinn--and whether or not he'll be with the team in 2010.
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