Four NFL teams that would be a good fit for Texas QB Colt McCoy




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Four NFL teams that would be a good fit for Texas QB Colt McCoy
Throwing in public for the first time in nearly three months, UT quarterback Colt McCoy completed all of his 55 passes in his Pro Day.

The performance won’t move him past Oklahoma star Sam Bradford, who was 62-of-63 on his Pro Day, in the draft. But it served notice that McCoy is over the injury that brought his season and UT’s championship hopes to an abrupt end.

“I’ve been waiting for this day for a long time,” said McCoy, who was injured five plays into the Longhorns’ national title game against Alabama. “I wanted to throw bad at the combine. The doctors wouldn’t let me throw. So I’ve just really been preparing for this, and I thought I went out and killed it today.”

Seattle coach Pete Carroll complimented McCoy’s footwork, commented how natural he looked on the move and said he “threw the ball beautifully.”

McCoy said: “For me, I feel like I’m the best quarterback in this draft. Put me on the field with anybody.”

Potential fitsFour teams that would be a good fit for UT’s Colt McCoy:

St. Louis: If the Rams don’t take Sam Bradford with the first pick why not pick up McCoy to start the second?

Cleveland: Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson are gone. The Browns must come out of this draft with one of the top four quarterbacks on the board.

Washington: Jason Campbell remains the starter – for now – but McCoy has the mobility new coach Mike Shanahan likes.

Seattle: There is a new sheriff in town (Pete Carroll) and a veteran quarterback (Matt Hasselbeck) who has trouble staying healthy.


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