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Inexperienced Harrell Finally Gets His Chance

QB Graham Harrell (Jeff Hanisch/USP)

While the other 31 backup quarterbacks have thrown an average of 759 attempts, Graham Harrell finally is getting his first offseason of work. Harrell lacks a big-time arm but he's made believers of the coaches and personnel department.

It probably comes as no surprise, but the Green Bay Packers have the least experienced backup quarterback in the NFL. While some of the names figure to be changed and shuffled between now and the start of the regular season, Packer Report examined the NFL's 32 backup quarterbacks, based on the depth charts by former NFL scout Dan Shonka at Ourlads.com. How does Graham Harrell measure up with...

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