Brady Quinn Post Game Comments

John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas City Chiefs QB Brady Quinn also addressed the media today following the team’s 27-21 victory over the Carolina Panthers. We wrote down some of his comments. This is not a complete transcript.

-I don’t think anyone ever imagines waking up the day before the game and getting informed that a player, a leader on your team has something so tragic happen like that.

-He was a hard worker. He was dedicated. He was passionate about football.

-Trying to understand the situation was tough.

-I think in moments, in tragedies like this, they can either define you or redefine you. I think this team was able to take an event like this and let it redefine us as a team.

-I walked in the locker room and I didn’t look towards his locker.

-It was tough to sit back and kind of gain focus.

-We just wanted to try to come together as a team and you know, try to bring some good to the situation. Bring glory to the situation wherever you can in this matter.

-We had a great game plan going into it. Coach Daboll and the offensive staff put together some things we felt really solid about.

-This game plan doesn’t work  without the offensive line blocking like they did in the run game.

-It was tough. I think it is an eerie feeling after a win because you don’t feel like you can win in this situation.

-Hopefully people can learn from this.

-Jovan was part of our family and we’re going to try to put together a fund.

-We want her to understand how much she’s loved. (On Belcher’s daughter)

-Right now I think there’s a lot of guys who are just trying to get through the rest of today.

-The emotions of what has taken place is going to hit home for a few guys over the next two days.

 

Topics: Brady Quinn, Kansas City Chiefs

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  • http://www.facebook.com/dominicbigsmoothschreiber Dominic Bigsmooth Schreiber

    I would like to personally thank the chiefs for dedicating the to the domestic violence victims and for winning the game for a fallin chief Way to win it for Jovan..Go Chiefs!!!!!

    • http://www.facebook.com/brian.doherty.9480 Brian Doherty

      Jovan shot and killed his wife….he is a coward and a murderer and should always be remembered as such!

      • Doc

        From everything I have read, his teammates saw him as a dedicated teammate. Granted he killed his baby’s momma and the saved the tax payers the expense of trial and incarceration – there is something missing that made this person turn to radical actions. Thanks to numerous veterans, you are entitled to your opinion of how JB should be remembered, but unles you knew him personally, your comments might be best kept to yourself and your immediate family. I am not condoning what he did – it was wrong to murder his fg, but I do not know all of the facts that led to his radical action and will not tell others how he should be remembered. Is that what you would tell his mother on how to remember him – and she witnessed the killing?

      • Jim Harper

        Well thank you Bad Santa. What an appropriate avatar. You must be the guy that Jesus said could cast the first stone since you are without sin.

  • nick

    Brady looked good real good……..

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