Quincy Carter Is Back In Pro Football

The man who once started ahead of Tony Romo has a new job.  Quincy Carter is playing pro football again, in the Arena League. 

No NFL team will touch him, so Carter inked a deal to play for the Kansas City Brigade.

The team has nothing to but great things to say about him, “We are happy to give Quincy a chance to succeed in the Arena Football League. He has had success in the NFL and the af2; we feel he can do some positive things in the AFL. Quarterbacks D Bryant and Matt Kohn have a lot of talent and they can become great quarterbacks, with Quincy in the mix it just adds to the talent pool at quarterback,” said executive director Brad Likens.



1 Response to “Quincy Carter Is Back In Pro Football”

  1. 1 Aaron May 1, 2008 at 9:29 pm

    what was Jerry Jones thinking you let go of a potentially good QB in Quincy Cater, makes one outside mistake and is released but “Pacman” Jones has been arrested 3 times in 6 years and still not eligable to play and signs with the Cowboys that just shows how bright of an owner we got wait to go jones

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