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National Football Post - Evaluating quarterbacks
Last year I wrote a series on how to scout/evaluate the different positions on the field. In the last few weeks, I have been asked about evaluating quarterbacks so I thought this would be as good a time as any to rewrite the article (with some changes).

CBS Sports - Finding the fits: Did Raiders find a starting WR on Day 3?
Reggie McKenzie didn't make the trade for veteran quarterback Carson Palmer that cost the Raiders their first-round selection in 2012, but if the former No. 1 overall pick of the 2003 draft makes strides in his second season in Oakland, it might be tough for McKenzie to not like the outcome of the move.

Pioneer Press - Vikings sign seven of their 10 NFL draft picks
The Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday, May 22, the signing of seven of their 10 NFL draft picks, all from the fourth through seventh rounds.

ESPN.com - Luck's legacy lives on through endowment
In case you haven't heard, some news on the Stanford front with an anonymous donor endowing Stanford's offensive coordinator position with Andrew Luck's name.

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