But it does happen, per Mike Carlson:
[Hogs Haven aside: Does anyone else realize that one day we'll be watching a Rudy-esque movie about Kurt Warner? What he did was simply amazing, going from a Grocery Store clerk to Super Bowl MVP in a relatively short period of time. Obviously his career fizzled out quite quickly, though I think his story is every bit as amazing as any other Football Film biography. Maybe I'm wrong. Discuss below.]
I'm tempering my expectations of Bramlet as he's a long ways away from a sure thing in the NFL. He's probably not the next Kurt Warner, though if he develops into a competent backup that the Redskins can trust with a clipboard on Sundays, I'll consider it a win. Todd Collins and/or Mark Brunell are heading out of town in the not-so-distant future, and having a young QB to backup Campbell for years to come would be a big positive.