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Brady Quinn apologizes for his sorry-looking ’stache
11/29/2012 12:10 AM
05/16/2014 8:25 PM
Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn is sorry about how his cheesy moustache looks, but it’s for a good cause.
Quinn and fellow quarterback Matt Cassel are wearing moustaches this week as part of Movember, an initiative that raises funds to support the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
“It looks terrible on me, so I’ll be excited to shave it off this week,” Quinn said. “We’re trying to bring awareness to prostate cancer. A lot of men are out there facing that battle, so we try to bring awareness to it in a subtle way.”
Quinn says the moustache is not growing on him.
“I hate it,” he said. “I think I look absolutely ridiculous, so I apologize to every Kansas City fan, the organization, as well as anyone who is just a fan of me. I apologize.”
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