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1983 Drafted Quarterbacks

There were 13 Quarterbacks drafted in the 1983 NFL draft. The highest drafted QB was John Elway drafted in round 1 out of Stanford by the Baltimore Colts. Some of the 1983 drafted Quarterbacks were Todd Blackledge drafted in round 1 out of Penn State by the Kansas City Chiefs, Jim Kelly drafted in round 1 out of Miami (Fla.) by the Buffalo Bills, Tony Eason drafted in round 1 out of Illinois by the New England Patriots, Ken O'Brien drafted in round 1 out of California-Davis by the New York Jets, Dan Marino drafted in round 1 out of Pittsburgh by the Miami Dolphins, Jeff Christensen drafted in round 5 out of Eastern Illinois by the Cincinnati Bengals, Reggie Collier drafted in round 6 out of Southern Mississippi by the Dallas Cowboys, Babe Laufenberg drafted in round 6 out of Indiana by the Washington Redskins and Gary Kubiak drafted in round 8 out of Texas A&M by the Denver Broncos. View all of the Quarterbacks selected in the 1983 Draft.
1983 Drafted Quarterbacks
Round Selection Player College Drafted By
1 1   John Elway   Stanford   Baltimore Colts
1 7   Todd Blackledge   Penn State   Kansas City Chiefs
1 14   Jim Kelly   Miami (Fla.)   Buffalo Bills
1 15   Tony Eason   Illinois   New England Patriots
1 24   Ken O'Brien   California-Davis   New York Jets
1 27   Dan Marino   Pittsburgh   Miami Dolphins
5 137   Jeff Christensen   Eastern Illinois   Cincinnati Bengals
6 162   Reggie Collier   Southern Mississippi   Dallas Cowboys
6 168   Babe Laufenberg   Indiana   Washington Redskins
8 197   Gary Kubiak   Texas A&M   Denver Broncos
10 267   Tom Ramsey   UCLA   New England Patriots
10 272   Bruce Mathison   Nebraska   San Diego Chargers
11 280   Jim Bob Taylor   Georgia Tech   Baltimore Colts
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