Former USC quarterback Matt Barkley visiting Browns, Bills
Matt Barkley could be attractive as a second-round pick. He's visiting the Browns and Bills after working out for the Cardinals on Saturday.
None of the three is believed to be looking at Barkley as a first-round pick. But Barkley, who did not blow away scouts at his pro day but was accurate and efficient, would be attractive if he drops.
It’s not like any of those teams are set at quarterback for the next 10 years.
The Cardinals just traded for Carson Palmer, 33. Brandon Weeden will enter Browns camp as the starter, but after he threw 14 touchdowns and 17 interceptions as a rookie the team added Jason Campbell to push him.
Buffalo on Monday confirmed the signing of Kevin Kolb, 28, with general manager Buddy Nix saying Kolb “should be a strong candidate in the competition for the starting quarterback position.” The Bills, who released 2012 starter Ryan Fitzpatrick, also have Tarvaris Jackson.
Buffalo could grab Alabama guard Chance Warmack with the eighth overall pick, then draft a quarterback, possibly Barkley, with the 41st pick.
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