ESPN.com is reporting that the Cleveland Browns will start Brady Quinn against the Ravens on Monday night. ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter is citing two unnamed sources.
Browns coach Eric Mangini said on Monday that he would wait until his news conference on Wednesday to name a starter.
"I know where I'm headed, but we'll talk about that on Wednesday," Mangini said during his news conference. "I haven't talked to the quarterbacks about it yet, so that's part of it."
Quinn, a former first-round draft choice, started the Browns' first three games, but was replaced by Derek Anderson midway through the third game against the Ravens. Anderson started Week 4 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
On Nov. 1, Anderson was 6 for 17 with two interceptions in a 30-6 loss to the Chicago Bears. He has thrown two touchdown passes and nine interceptions. He is 1-4 as a starter.
The Browns are 1-7 this season and in last place in the AFC North. They have scored just 78 points this season. By comparison, the Ravens have scored 206.