- Kevin Seifert, NFL Nation
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We continue our review of Jon Gruden's QB Camp with Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden, who spent five years playing minor league baseball and thus enters the draft at age 28. In this clip of his session with Gruden, Weeden sold himself as someone who finds a way to get the job done. Last season, his team won in matchups against Stanford's Andrew Luck, Baylor's Robert Griffin III and Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill.
"I'm a winner, man," Weeden said. "I can win some football games. That's one thing you can't take away from me. I can be 28 and all that other jazz, but I tell you what: I win football games. There's no doubt about it."
Again, we're posting these video clips under the assumption that one if not more of our NFC North teams will seek a developmental quarterback in the draft. Carry on.