I dread the thought, but in a recent interview on The NFL Network, Quinn said the Ravens were prepared to trade up to the 23rd spot (from the 29th) to draft him after slipping well past his anticipated spot in the 2007 draft. He was on the phone with the Ravens for a long while and he recounted that they had worked out a deal with KC to move into the 23rd overall.
Literally at the last minute he got a call from Cleveland (who traded up to #22 to usurp Baltimore. That one minute made all the difference in the history of the Ravens. Had Quinn landed here it would've set events into motion and prevented others and we would've have seen an entirely different Baltimore team. One very likely without Joe Flacco. Also, Billick may've been retained to offer continuity to the young QB preventing the Harbaugh hire and subsequent 5 year play-off streak and the the Super Bowl title may not have happened. There may've then been a slew of head coaches and quarterbacks in and out of the team.
Consider ourselves lucky to have had such a great wingman in the Browns to take that bullet for us. The Ravens are a great organization, but I don't believe Quinn would've been much better than Boller considering his fragility and his lack of passion. Quinn has had several chance to catch on elsewhere after maturing in the league several years but never caught on. Ozzie's rep as a GM would've taken a big hit and instead of saying "In Ozzie We Trust" it could've been "In Ozzie We Rust".
Thank God for Cleveland.