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  • CBS Sports HQ published this video item, entitled “2021 NFL Mock Draft: Four QBs in Top 10, Eagles Add Playmaker | CBS Sports HQ” – below is their description.

    This week, we have FOUR QBs going in the top 10. In somewhat surprising news, Matthew Stafford and the Lions appear to be heading their separate ways after a dozen years together. This means that — for the first time in any of our 21 mock drafts — we have Detroit penciled in for a quarterback. The Broncos also draft a passer after two inconsistent seasons from Drew Lock, the Patriots find a QB sitting on the board in the middle of the first round and the 49ers get Jimmy Garoppolo one more weapon.




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