How nine quarterback-needy teams get their guy in this draft
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As we draw closer to the 2019 NFL draft in Nashville, Tennessee, a handful of teams will come in looking for a quarterback. Whether it’s a team that desperately needs a new signal-caller, a team that just wants a new guy running its offense or a team that wants to get ahead of an older quarterback’s final seasons under center, the scenarios for landing the guy are plentiful.
For each team likely to at least consider taking a QB, our NFL Nation reporters reviewed which prospects the franchise is interested in, what assets it has to land them and how it might all play out — from best-case to worst-case scenario.
First-round pick: No. 1 | Need level: 5 out of 10
Who they like: It’s no secret that new coach Kliff Kingsbury likes Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray. He has known him since high school and recruited him to Texas A&M and Texas Tech. The Cardinals met with Murray at the scouting combine and hosted him and agent Erik Burkhardt — who also represents Kingsbury — on