NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney shares detailed analysis of all quarterbacks drafted this century, where they are now and what might become of the oddball class of 2014 which -- depending on whose voice you trust -- could be special or so-so.
According to multiple reports, Green Bay has tweaked its backup quarterback situation, release B.J. Coleman and signing Seneca Wallace.
The Jets released QB Greg McElroy but kept four other quarterbacks on the 53-man roster: Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, Matt Simms and Graham Harrell.
A week after the Packers released backup QB Graham Harrell, Vince Young announced on Twitter that he too has been let go.
He didn't play at all in 2012, but Vince Young will get another shot at the NFL. This time, it's reportedly with the Packers.
Over the last two decades, the backup quarterback spot in Green Bay has largely been an afterthought. After all, either Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers has started 318 of the Packers' last 320 regular-season games. Still, a competition could ensue between Graham Harrell and B.J. Coleman for the Packers' backup position in 2013.

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