Brady Quinn Suffers Neck Injury: Fantasy Implications

GREEN BAY, WI - AUGUST 30: Brady Quinn #9 of the Kansas City Chiefs runs for a first down against the Green Bay Packers during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 30, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Brady Quinn suffered a neck injury in the Kansas City Chiefs' final preseason game on Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications.

Brady Quinn suffered a neck injury in the Kansas City Chiefs' final preseason game on Thursday night, according to the Kansas City Star. Quinn was in line to be the Chiefs backup quarterback after significantly outplaying Ricky Stanzi throughout the summer. The severity of the injury is not yet known, but it has to be a concern for Kansas City given teh lack of depth at the position.

Analysis: Plenty of teams have backup quarterbacks they are willing to unload at this point, so the Chiefs could certainly enter that market, depending on the severity of Quinn's injury. After Matt Cassel went down a year ago, the Chiefs were terrible offensively. They may want to give themselves some insurance this time around.

For more the Chiefs, check out Arrowhead Pride and SB Nation Kansas City. For more fantasy info, check out the SB Nation Fantasy War Room 6-10pm Monday through Friday, 4-9pm Saturday and Sunday.

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