Brady Quinn didn't come close to equaling his success at Notre Dame in the NFL, and it appears his playing career has officially come to an end.
Fox Sports announced Thursday the hiring of Quinn, who started 49 games for Notre Dame from 2003-2006, as a college football and NFL studio analyst.
Quinn was drafted with the No. 22 pick in the 2007 NFL Draft by Cleveland but never was able to make much of an impact. In 24 games (20 starts) between Cleveland, Kansas City and Denver Quinn threw for 3,043 yards with 12 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.
With Notre Dame, Quinn quarterbacked the Irish to a pair of BCS bowls and was a Heisman Trophy finalist twice, finishing fourth in 2005 and third in 2006. Over his career in South Bend, Quinn threw for 11,762 yards with 95 touchdowns and 39 interceptions.