Brady Quinn has heard concerns about former Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud heading into the 2023 NFL draft, but not everybody believes him.
Former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn made headlines this week when he claimed that Ohio State star and NFL Draft prospect CJ Stroud ‘ghosted’ Peyton and Ei Manning after they had extended an invitation to their Passing Academy.
His comments garnered a ton of reactions, most notably from Jalen Ramsey.
The Miami Dolphins cornerback took to Twitter and roasted Quinn for going after the young man just weeks before the draft.
“Fake story! Tryna beak a kid down before the draft is lame, especially for not going to a camp that I’m sure he wasn’t getting paid for & instead working with his teammates! Plus @Brady_Quinn, you was a bust, shut up! You shoulda went to a passing academy or 2! God bless tho.”
The Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback has been all over the NFL draft headlines for the wrong reasons, from not doing well in a test to being called hard to coach. It was last week when it was discovered by scouts to be “difficult to coach,” according to former NFL executive Michael Lombardi, who expressed doubt that the Houston Texans would choose him second overall.
The following day, it was reported that Stroud had failed to post a high score during an S2 test, hurting his Draft stock.
It’s nice to see a current player in the league has his back amid so many negatives being said about him.
Quinn didn’t have a memorable career in the league.
Quinn was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft and spent three seasons with the team. He later played for the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs before retiring in 2014.
In addition to his football career, Quinn has worked as a commentator and analyst for Fox Sports and CBS Sports.
As for Stroud, he very well may not hear his name until the 4th pick when the Colts get ready to draft.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.