Third of a nine-part series previewing the NFL draft. Today: quarterbacks.
By BOB McGINN
Those decision-makers across the NFL who catch themselves fretting about the flaws of the quarterbacks available in this draft ought to go back and revisit what some of their scouting brethren endured five years ago.
Compared to the wasteland of 2013, the class this year represents an embarrassment of riches for teams seeking a quarterback.
Personnel men consistently have said there isn’t a safe pick in this group to rival John Elway in 1983, Troy Aikman in ’89 or Peyton Manning in ’98 as the ...
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