While there are a few obscure quarterbacks who threw passes for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the QBs featured in this quiz were the ‘top passer’ for the team that year, according to the number of yards passing. As an expansion team originating in 1995, the Jaguars have only had 6 quarterbacks. How many of them can you name? Clue: Years active
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Bruce Arians’ Cardinals coaching staff is full of former NFL players, and he’s found two more who might join the club one day. Via Darren Urban of the team’s official website, longtime NFL quarterback Byron Leftwich is on hand as a coaching intern for OTAs and training camp. Leftwich was with Arians in Pittsburgh as part of…
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May 09, 2016
Now that his long professional football career is over, former Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Byron Leftwich has decided to follow in the footsteps of a few other former black and gold players and retire in Arizona. At least for now. Leftwich, who last played in an NFL game back in... The post Former Steelers QB Byron Leftwich Trying Hand At Coaching With Cardinals appeared...
The NFL draft has been around long enough at this point that each of the top selections from #1 through #32 have a rather deep history of notable names attached to them. It’s no different for the Chicago Bears and their #7 pick. Nearly every position group has put at least one name into that slot. The question is have any of them had more success at it than others? Why not...
One of the knocks of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston has been his mechanics for throwing the football. Many have (ridiculously) referred to it as being similar to that of former Buccaneers quarterback Byron Leftwich — a slow wind up with average release speed. While Winston may have a wind up that that drops the ball low before it leaves his hand, his release has...
It’s finally here — the day soccer dorks have been waiting for all their lives. Can the USA become a soccer superpower?…
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