Brady Quinn sure has been a popular subject of late in the blogging community, especially for his tendency to show up in odd locations and get photographed.
But here's a new one, and this time it's making the people of Cleveland not so pleased.
Quinn, who let's all remember has yet to throw a single pass in the NFL, spent his Saturday at a Cleveland area mall charging $75 for a signed picture of himself and up to $225 for other signed merchandise. Lining your already full pockets will always endear you to fans.
No word on what a picture signed by both Bret Michaels and Quinn was going for.
Fans were pissed because there were no advertisements that said they would need to pay for Quinn's autograph. Now obviously it's a bit absurd to think he wasn't going to be charging anything for his autograph, but $75 for a signed picture of himself?! I'm not even sure I'd pay $75 for a Joe Montana signed picture.
Still, Quinn may just be hitting the market now while demand is high. Somehow I have a feeling that in a year or two it may be a bit less expensive to get an autographed picture of Quinn.