Not every NFL team can be as lucky as the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, and Indianapolis Colts. While these three teams are fortunate when it comes to quarterbacks, finding consistent success and a ton of talent at the position, the same can’t be said for many other teams. Today, we take a look at a few teams who really just have bad taste when it comes to the quarterbacks. Since the 1999 season, the Cleveland Browns have had 12 different quarterbacks lead their team in passing yards over the course of a single season.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater sustained a "significant" left knee injury during a non-contact play at practice on Tuesday. The Vikings immediately stopped practice after 25 minutes and asked reporters to leave the field while medical personnel tended to Bridgewater. An ambulance drove onto the field at Winter Park for the 23-year-old Bridgewater, who was sedated and undergoing an MRI exam, according to Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer.
Former Kansas City Chiefs safety signs with the Carolina Panthers ... that’s familiar. Kurt Coleman did that a couple years ago and now Stevie Brown is doing it. The Chiefs cut Brown last week and it’s being reported now that the Panthers have signed him. I’m not sure of the details. At the time of his release Andy Reid indicated that they were cutting Brown early so that he could catch on elsewhere. It was three years ago when Coleman started what is now a tradition of a safety having a good year in Kansas City and signing a deal elsewhere. He recently re-upped in Carolina to the tune of $17 million over three years. Brown is probably hoping to follow the same path as Coleman, although Coleman