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BRADY QUINN WILL PLAY WITH BROKEN FINGER

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn expects to be in the starting lineup on Sunday despite a broken finger on his throwing hand. Browns coach Romeo Crennel said Quinn complained of hand pain after Wednesday’s practice. X-rays were conducted, and a break in Quinn’s right index finger was discovered. A hand specialist has cleared Quinn to play. “This is a small fracture,” Crennel said. Quinn will wear a splint on the finger when he’s not on the field but will apparently not have any protection on his hand while he’s playing. In two games as the Browns’ starter, Quinn has completed just 52.1 percent of his passes, but he has no fumbles or interceptions.