NFL Teams That Are Still in Trouble at Quarterback Following 2013 NFL Draft

Damon BruceHost, Behind the MicMay 3, 2013

The NFL draft and free agency have come and gone, and teams tried to fill their needs with fresh rookie talent and savvy veterans.

Teams like the New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles drafted young quarterbacks who will hopefully become franchise guys. The Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs, meanwhile, made offseason moves to acquire their signal-callers.

After all the roster changes that have gone down in the past few months, one big question still remains: What teams still need to find a quarterback?

Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason took the time to let us know which teams are still hurting at the most important position in football. Do the Jaguars need to find a replacement for Blaine Gabbert? Is Brandon Weeden the long-term solution in Cleveland?

Check out the video to have all these questions answered, and don't forget to tell us what you think in the comments section below.

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