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Chicago Cardinals Drafted Quarterbacks

The Chicago Cardinals have selected 9 Quarterbacks in their team history (23 drafts). The Cardinals have drafted 2 Quarterbacks in the first round. The highest drafted QB was Lamar McHan drafted in round 1 in 1954 out of Arkansas. Some of the top drafted Cardinals Quarterbacks were Bud Schwenk drafted in round 3 in 1942 out of Washington-St. Louis, Paul Christman drafted in round 2 in 1941 out of Missouri, King Hill drafted in round 1 in 1958 out of Rice, Jim Root drafted in round 23 in 1953 out of Miami (Ohio) and John Roach drafted in round 3 in 1956 out of Southern Methodist. View all of the Chicago Cardinals drafted Quarterbacks throughout their history.
Chicago Cardinals Drafted Quarterbacks
Year Round Selection Player College
1958 1 1   King Hill   Rice
1956 3   John Roach   Southern Methodist
1954 1   Lamar McHan   Arkansas
1954 8   Paul Larson   California
1953 23   Jim Root   Miami (Ohio)
1950 24   Bob Gambold   Washington State
1945 2   Paul Collins   Missouri
1942 3   Bud Schwenk   Washington-St. Louis
1941 2   Paul Christman   Missouri
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