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1976 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 10 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1976 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was Richard Todd drafted in round 1 out of Alabama by the New York Jets. The 1976 drafted Quarterbacks were Mike Kruczek drafted in round 2 out of Boston College by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jeb Blount drafted in round 2 out of Tulsa by the Oakland Raiders, Steve Myer drafted in round 4 out of New Mexico by the Seattle Seahawks, John Sciarra drafted in round 4 out of UCLA by the Chicago Bears, Craig Penrose drafted in round 4 out of San Diego State by the Denver Broncos, Mike Kirkland drafted in round 5 out of Arkansas by the Baltimore Colts, Scott Bull drafted in round 6 out of Arkansas by the San Francisco 49ers, Parnell Dickinson drafted in round 7 out of Mississippi Valley State by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jerry Golsteyn drafted in round 12 out of Northern Illinois by the New York Giants. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1976 Draft.
1976 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 6   Richard Todd   Alabama   New York Jets
2 47   Mike Kruczek   Boston College   Pittsburgh Steelers
2 50   Jeb Blount   Tulsa   Oakland Raiders
4 93   Steve Myer   New Mexico   Seattle Seahawks
4 103   John Sciarra   UCLA   Chicago Bears
4 107   Craig Penrose   San Diego State   Denver Broncos
5 143   Mike Kirkland   Arkansas   Baltimore Colts
6 177   Scott Bull   Arkansas   San Francisco 49ers
7 183   Parnell Dickinson   Mississippi Valley State   Tampa Bay Buccaneers
12 333   Jerry Golsteyn   Northern Illinois   New York Giants
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