29 Apr 2011
As discussed during the live chat of the draft's first round, here's Bob Condotta's story in the Seattle Times on Hugh Millen's review of Jake Locker's 4-for-20, 71-yard game against Nebraska, a game where Millen said Locker made more good plays than bad (though he conceded the game was "still a poor day").
EDIT: Found the audio link! Here's Millen's appearance on Ian Furness's show on KJR AM radio in Seattle from last September. It's a half-hour of a former NFL quarterback doing a throw-by-throw breakdown of another QB's performance, and well worth the listen if you've got a half-hour.
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Our offseason Four Downs series continues with a division-by-division look at each team's biggest remaining holes and their most notable UDFA signings. Does anyone in the NFC South have any pass rushers? Well, the Bucs might, but they still need more players to catch the ball.