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Where Harrell Fits Among Backups

QB Graham Harrell (Jeff Hanisch/USP)

The 32 quarterbacks projected to be their team's No. 2 include 10 former first-round draft picks. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Graham Harrell, who entered the NFL in 2009 but is considered a first-year player.

How does Graham Harrell stack up with the rest of the league's backup quarterbacks? Here are the No. 2 quarterbacks for all 32 teams, based on the depth charts at — New York Giants' David Carr (79 starts and 2,264 attempts since entering league as first overall pick of 2002 draft). — Miami's David Garrard (76 starts and 2,281 attempts since entering league as fourth-round pick in... Recommended Stories

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