Mar 18, 2010 9:49 PM
DENVER (AP) - Brady Quinn says his severely sprained left foot is no longer an issue.
Quinn was asked about his foot Thursday during his first news conference in Denver since his acquisition Sunday from the Cleveland Browns, and said: "The foot is good, I appreciate you asking."
Quinn passed his physical Tuesday, completing the deal that sent fullback Peyton Hillis and two draft picks to the Browns for the former first-rounder who starred at Notre Dame.
Quinn, who started nine games last year, finished the season on injured reserve after sustaining a severe Lisfranc sprain, a tear of the ligament that holds his first two toes in place, in his left foot on Dec. 20 against Kansas City. He spent two months in a walking boot.
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