April 28, 2007, 1:52 pm

Cleveland Browns Get Brady Quinn and a New Fan!



Brady Quinn, my MAN!

Goin’ to the Cleveland Browns!

Whoo hooo, whoo hooo!

{happy dancin’}

Quarterback extraordinaire.

Hunk of MAJOR proportions.

Yes, that is a major quality for a QB…

I’m am so freakin’ excited!



Cleveland doesn’t know how lucky they are!

Not only did they get the only worthwhile quarterback on the face of the earth, they got…ME!

I was officially drafted as a Cleveland Browns fan as of today!

Have to go out and order me some Cleveland Brown stuff! A jersey, a Christmas ornament, a football, some pom-poms, a beer mug, some team scrubs and an 8×10 of Brady in uniform for the top of the TV during games.

And to think, I knew Brady when he was just the quarterback for Notre Dame.

Well, I didn’t really know him, but he lived in the dorm across from my son – how much closer can you get?

On Sunday, September 23, 2007, I’ll get to see Cleveland play Oakland (boo!) right here in my own back yard!

I do have one question, though.

What the heck is a “Brown”?


  • Rita Schwab

    April 28, 2007 at 3:45 pm

    We in Cleveland are pleased to have you join the ranks of Browns fans, and I believe you’ll fit right in. Cleveland sports fans tend to be eternally optimistic and extremely enthusiastic.

    The name by the way, comes from Paul Brown, well-known Coach. More info on him here:

  • Alyson

    April 30, 2007 at 1:48 am

    I must admit that I am not a football fan, at all. I am however a football widow, so I watched the draft with my family, and I immediately thought of you when I saw that Brady Quinn was in the draft. Try explaining to your husband why you know who a college QB is when you despise all things football 😉


  • jen

    April 30, 2007 at 12:17 pm

    I grew up in Cleveland Ohio and I must say that I’m excited to have you as a browns fan!!!!
    I love cleveland!!!!

  • Melissa

    April 30, 2007 at 8:12 pm

    I stumbled upon your blog when searching for a Browns-Quinn jersey and am VERY impressed! Wonderfully informative about the nursing profession! Welcome to the Dawg Pound, as a Cleveland born and bred woman I’ve always watched the Browns but have been punished like everyone else by poor owner, management, and coaching decisions. This will be the first summer in many years that I’ll be EXCITED to watch the Browns. I think they’ll go about .500 this year, but are sure to be dangerous in their division and beyond in 2008. Give Brady a little time and he’ll help turn us around. Take care!

  • Ted Martin

    May 1, 2007 at 2:07 am

    Whaaaaaat? You mean, there are teams out there besides the San Diego Chargers?

  • Angela Black

    May 1, 2007 at 12:33 pm

    I’m joining you too! I’m a HUGE ND fan and so of course, I love Brady. I’ve never really been a Browns fan and I am from Ohio. I guess I will learn to root for the orange and brown and maybe I’ll get to see him play in person! My husband is a Bengals fan, so I guess there will be some tension in the house on Sundays. But he knows I’m going to be cheering Brady on, so he has to deal with it! Go Browns!

  • Joni Arrowood

    September 29, 2007 at 4:09 pm

    What is up?? I have been trying to buy scrubs but the only Cleveland Browns scrubs sold are the orange helmet–on BLACK. I want Cleveland, not Cincinnati. I am proud to be a Browns fan and want to wear my colors to work to support my team. I’ll root for Cincinnati when they’re not playing the Browns, but I don’t want to wear their colors. GO BROWNIES!!

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