Cleveland Browns Starting Quarterbacks Since 1999: Where Are They Now?

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Forever known as “The Tease,” Derek Anderson looked so promising while leading the Browns to a 10-6 record in 2007, passing 3,787 yards and 29 touchdowns

With a cannon for an arm, Anderson impressed general manager Phil Savage enough to garner a contract extension that is looked upon as the end of Brady Quinn…but more on that later.

While Anderson could throw the ball a mile, he struggled on short throws–too often throwing 100 mph fastballs to running backs five yards away.

Anderson made the Pro Bowl for his efforts in 2007, but he never matched the success he enjoyed.

So, where is DA?

You may see him start for Carolina this Sunday, after Cam Newton was involved in a scary car accident Dec. 9.