Cleveland Plain Dealer: Playing Brady Quinn with a frac...

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Playing Brady Quinn with a fracture on the
tip of his right index finger apparently was the wrong thing to
do. Quinn will not play again this season, according to a source
familiar with the injury, and may have surgery to repair the
tendon on the last joint of the finger. Quinn originally broke the
tip of the finger hitting it on a helmet of a Buffalo player in
the game against the Bills on Nov. 17. X-rays taken two days later
revealed a small fracture. Multiple doctors had presented Quinn
with three options upon examining the X-rays. He could play
through pain, immobilize it in a split for four to six weeks, or
have surgery. The injury worsened, said the source, by practicing
for the next game and playing in the Browns' 16-6 loss to Houston
on Sunday.

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