After a day in which all signs pointed to Seattle choosing Brady Quinn as the back-up quarterback, Quinn is now all but signed.
The Seahawks announced they have agreed to terms with Quinn on a contract, bringing him in to compete for the backup job behind starter Russell Wilson.
Quinn was a first-round pick out of Notre Dame in 2007, chosen No. 22 overall by the Cleveland Browns. He played three seasons in Cleveland before he was traded to Denver where he spent two years on the bench. He was in Kansas City last year, playing in 10 games and starting eight. His career record as a starting quarterback is 4-16 in the NFL.