January 19, 2007 // Notre Dame Football

Brady Quinn Won’t Play in Senior Bowl

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From an AP article on NBC Sports.com

“Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn will sit out the Senior Bowl with a minor knee injury.

Quinn still will travel to Mobile for the game, an audition for senior NFL prospects, Senior Bowl spokesman Vic Knight told the Press-Register of Mobile.

Knight said Friday he didn’t know which knee was injured or how the injury occurred.

Quinn was examined at Dr. James Andrews’ office in Birmingham, Knight said, and was advised not to play in the Jan. 27 game. “

There was no mention of when the injury occured or whether it happened during the Sugar Bowl or not.  Honestly, I was surprised Quinn was going to play in the Senior Bowl to begin with.  Usually a prospect whose draft stock is as high as Quinn’s, especially at quarterback, won’t play in these type of games.

Anyway, no Brady in the Senior Bowl which means we have officially seen the last of Quinn playing in a Notre Dame helmet (since Senior Bowl players were their schools helmet during the game).

[tags]Brady Quinn, Notre Dame Football, Senior Bowl[/tags]

 

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