Former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn is returning to Missouri, signing a a contract with the St. Louis Rams.
Quinn spent 2012 with the Chiefs, starting eight games in place of the injured Matt Cassel. He didn’t have much luck in those games (and two others he appeared in) completing just under 57 percent of his passes while tossing eight interceptions to just two touchdowns.
Since leaving Kansas City this offseason, the veteran has already had stops with the Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets.
A season-ending injury to Rams QB Sam Bradford prompted the team to sign Quinn and QB Austin Davis. Both are scheduled to practice with the team today, per a Rams release.