Why are QBs so difficult to assess?
Projecting a signal-caller's career arc an ongoing puzzle for talent evaluators
They can tell their stories now with a sense of deep satisfaction, as men who bronzed their NFL reputations by finding three of the greatest quarterbacks in a generation should.
Ron Wolf, soaking up retirement in South Florida, can recall standing in front of the Green Bay Packers' board of directors, telling them the player they would get from the Atlanta Falcons in return for a first-round pick in 1992 -- an unbridled 22-year-old named Brett Favre -- was going to have the ...
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