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1970 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 7 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1970 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Terry Bradshaw drafted in round 1 out of Louisiana Tech by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 1970 drafted Quarterbacks were Mike Phipps drafted in round 1 out of Purdue by the Cleveland Browns, Dennis Shaw drafted in round 2 out of San Diego State by the Buffalo Bills, Bill Cappleman drafted in round 2 out of Florida State by the Minnesota Vikings, Steve Ramsey drafted in round 5 out of North Texas by the New Orleans Saints, Wayne Clark drafted in round 8 out of U.S. International (CA) by the San Diego Chargers and Frank Patrick drafted in round 10 out of Nebraska by the Green Bay Packers. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1970 Draft.
1970 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   Terry Bradshaw   Louisiana Tech   Pittsburgh Steelers
1 3   Mike Phipps   Purdue   Cleveland Browns
2 30   Dennis Shaw   San Diego State   Buffalo Bills
2 51   Bill Cappleman   Florida State   Minnesota Vikings
5 126   Steve Ramsey   North Texas   New Orleans Saints
8 198   Wayne Clark   U.S. International (CA)   San Diego Chargers
10 251   Frank Patrick   Nebraska   Green Bay Packers
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