Where Harrell Fits Among Backups

The 32 quarterbacks projected to be their team's No. 2 include 10 former first-round draft picks. On the opposite end of the spectrum is Graham Harrell, who entered the NFL in 2009 but is considered a first-year player.

How does Graham Harrell stack up with the rest of the league's backup quarterbacks? Here are the No. 2 quarterbacks for all 32 teams, based on the depth charts at Ourlads.com.

— New York Giants' David Carr (79 starts and 2,264 attempts since entering league as first overall pick of 2002 draft).

— Miami's David Garrard (76 starts and 2,281 attempts since entering league as fourth-round pick in 2002).

— Chicago's Jason Campbell (70 starts and 2,131 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2005).

— Dallas' Kyle Orton (69 starts and 2,204 attempts since entering league as fourth-round pick in 2005).

— Buffalo's Vince Young (50 starts and 1,304 attempts since entering league as third overall pick in 2006).

— Pittsburgh's Byron Leftwich (49 starts and 1,552 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2003).

— Washington's Rex Grossman (47 starts and 1,562 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2003).

— Carolina's Derek Anderson (43 starts and 1,436 attempts since entering league as sixth-round pick in 2005).

— Seattle's Tarvaris Jackson (34 starts and 1,053 attempts since entering league as second-round pick in 2006).

— Jacksonville's Chad Henne (31 starts and 1,065 attempts since entering league as second-round pick in 2008).

— Detroit's Shaun Hill (26 starts and 941 attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2002).

— Cleveland's Colt McCoy (21 starts and 685 attempts since entering league as third-round pick in 2010).

— Cincinnati's Bruce Gradkowski (20 starts and 698 attempts since entering league as sixth-rond pick in 2006).

— Oakland's Matt Leinart (18 starts and 608 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2006).

— New York Jets' Tim Tebow (14 starts and 353 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2010).

— Minnesota's Sage Rosenfels (12 starts and 562 attempts since entering league as fourth-round pick in 2001).

— Atlanta's Chris Redman (12 starts and 500 attempts since entering league as third-round pick in 2000).

— Tampa Bay's Dan Orlovsky (12 starts and 465 attempts since entering league as fifth-round pick in 2005).

— St. Louis' Kellen Clemens (12 starts and 375 attempts since entering league as second-round pick in 2006).

— Kansas City's Brady Quinn (12 starts and 353 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2007).

— Arizona's John Skelton (11 starts and 401 attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2010).

— Houston's T.J. Yates (five starts and 134 attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2011).

— Indianapolis' Drew Stanton (four starts and 187 attempts since entering league as second-round pick in 2007).

— San Diego's Charlie Whitehurst (four starts and 155 attempts since entering league as third-round pick in 2006).

— Denver's Caleb Hanie (four starts and 116 attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2008).

— Tennessee's Jake Locker (zero starts and 66 attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2011).

— New England's Brian Hoyer (zero starts and 43 attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2009).

— Philadelphia's Mike Kafka (zero starts and 16 attempts since entering league as fourth-round pick in 2010).

— New Orleans' Chase Daniel (zero starts and eight attempts since entering league as undrafted rookie in 2010).

— San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick (zero starts and five attempts since entering league as first-round pick in 2011).

— Baltimore's Tyrod Taylor (zero starts and one attempt since entering league as a sixth-round pick in 2011).

— Green Bay's Graham Harrell (zero starts and zero attempts since entering league as undrafted free agent in 2009).


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