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Beyond Luck and RG3: QBs Battle For Position

Brock Osweiler (US Presswire)

Beyond presumed top picks Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, the quarterbacks at the Scouting Combine are trying to make one team love them enough to pull the trigger in two months. The Packers, with Matt Flynn's expected departure, figure to be shopping.

INDIANAPOLIS – Leading up to last year's draft, Cam Newton was the obvious top quarterback, with no clear-cut pecking order behind him. When the dust cleared, four quarterbacks were taken in the top 12 picks and six went in the top 36. Leading up to this year's draft, quarterbacks Andrew Luck of Stanford and Robert Griffin III of Baylor almost certainly will be selected first and second, and... Recommended Stories

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