Plenty need impressive workouts
There is a lot of talk about the teams picking at Nos. 1-4 (San Francisco, Miami, Cleveland, Chicago) trading down to get more picks, but the problem right now is that no single player has distinguished himself enough to make teams seriously consider trading up to get him.
The marquee battle is between Utah's Alex Smith and California's Aaron Rodgers, who are fighting for the top spot among quarterbacks and perhaps the No. 1 position on the draft board. You're splitting hairs when you talk about the differences between Smith and Rodgers but arm strength could play a part in separating the two.
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