This was supposed to be Brady Quinn's big chance to be an NFL starting quarterback again. It might be over after only one quarter.
The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback left Sunday's 26-16 loss to the Oakland Raiders in order to be evaluated for a head injury. Quinn exited after the Chiefs' offense had 17 yards in his three drives, and did not return. He had a fumble and threw an interception.
Quinn was surprised to receive the starting nod over teammate Matt Cassel, and now Cassel has a chance to take back the job. It's hard not to feel bad for Quinn. His NFL career has seemed snakebitten wherever he has gone.Follow Gregg Rosenthal on Twitter @greggrosenthal.