LIONS, Third pick in 2002
"He's become such a leader for that team. You can tell by the way the Lions are playing how much confidence they have in Harrington (page 44). You can see that he's comfortable running that offense. His mechanics are really impressive for a rookie, and his arm and accuracy are good. You can get to him with pressure because he doesn't always look comfortable on the run. He'll take chances with that arm [and force the ball into coverage]. Teams have bothered him by making adjustments during games, and he'll have to show that he can deal with it. He's getting better every week."
COWBOYS, 2002 free agent
"He has a very impressive arm—throws a good deep ball and has outstanding touch, especially for a guy who's been out of football for [four] years. Even though he's such a big quarterback, he's still mobile; he's got good feet and nice mechanics. He'll make bad decisions if you get pressure on him. And he'll hold the ball too long, but that's inexperience. Because he's been away from the game for so long, if you show him several looks and constantly change them throughout the game, he's going to be in trouble."
JETS, 18th pick in 2000
"I've liked him since he was in college. He has good accuracy and a nice release, but he's not very athletic. He'll scramble around and get tripped up pretty easily. Still, he's shown enough mobility to make tough throws on the run. He's a throwback, a classic drop-back passer. I've been really impressed with his accuracy on downfield throws. He sees the field very well and has a good feel for what the defense is throwing at him. He's done the little things that make life easier for his receivers. You don't see those guys having to make a lot of acrobatic catches to make plays. He usually puts the ball right where it needs to be."
RAVENS, 75th pick in 2000