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NFL Combine: Deep QB Pool Has Execs and Coaches Excited

Caleb Williams expects to be the top pick in the NFL Draft, and he’s probably right. But history shows the first quarterback off the board isn't always the most successful. Here’s what insiders are saying about the talented group of passers that many teams would eagerly snatch up. Plus, how to crack the coachspeak code, what to make of today’s “opt-out generation,” and a side-by-side comparison of Tom Brady’s 40-yard sprint at the 2000 combine — and the one he posted this week.

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NFL Combine: Deep QB Pool Has Execs and Coaches Excited
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