Four teams -- the
Chargers, Giants, Steelers and Bills -- drafted quarterbacks in the first round of the NFL Draft. Each team has a different plan on when to thurst its
prize pick into the starting lineup.
The Bills and Steelers plan on sticking with their incumbents,
allowing the youngsters to learn from the sidelines. But the
Giants and Chargers plan to thrust their first-rounders into action
In Buffalo, Drew Bledsoe had seven years left on a 10-year, $103 million deal he signed with the New England Patriots in 2001, but Tuesday he accepted less money to stay.
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