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PASSING Grades
April 28, 2003
Based on the players penciled in as starters and backups as of Sunday, SI ranked the 32 teams from the richest to the neediest at quarterback, and suggested what each club should do between the draft and the start of training camp to strengthen the most important position in the game.
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April 28, 2003

Passing Grades

Based on the players penciled in as starters and backups as of Sunday, SI ranked the 32 teams from the richest to the neediest at quarterback, and suggested what each club should do between the draft and the start of training camp to strengthen the most important position in the game.

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23 BROWNS

STARTER
KELLY HOLCOMB

BACKUPS
Tim Couch, Josh Booty

WHAT THEY SHOULD DO
Draft Miami's Ken Dorsey

THE SKINNY
Adding Dorsey would allow Cleveland to trade Couch, who struggled with the burden of leading an expansion team, while he still has value.

24 STEELERS

STARTER
TOMMY MADDOX

BACKUPS
Charlie Batch, Tim Levcik

WHAT THEY SHOULD DO
Draft Louisville's Dave Ragone

THE SKINNY
By the time Pittsburgh gets its shot at a quarterback near the end of Round 2, Ragone will be the best available passer left on the board.

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