Falcons Are in Quarterback Market

The Atlanta Falcons might be desperate at quarterback, but apparently not desperate enough to inquire about a possible trade for the Washington Redskins' Mark Brunell. An NFL source with knowledge of the Falcons' maneuverings said Monday evening that the team had made "no inquiries" about Brunell.

Still, the Falcons are in the market for a quarterback and likely will add one to the roster soon.

The Falcons, with Michael Vick absent from the team and D.J. Shockley hurt, currently have Chris Redman and Casey Bramlet backing up starter-by-necessity Joey Harrington.

By Mark Maske |  August 21, 2007; 8:59 AM ET  | Category:  Falcons , Redskins
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They shuda sign Vinny b-4 the Pats signed him.

Posted by: Steve Bartkowski | August 21, 2007 9:07 PM

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