It’s very early in the process and the quarterbacks are still going through the installation process of the offense in the OTAs, but already head coach Doug Marrone is being asked when he’ll decide on a starting quarterback.
“That’s up to the players at that position and at other positions too,” said Marrone. “It’s out there and once we see one person pull away from the other then you make that decision. To put a timeline or anything on it is very difficult and it’s up to the players to do that.”
In most cases a starting quarterback isn’t named until the end of June minicamp at the earliest, but Marrone made it clear that if one signal caller definitively separates himself from the rest of the pack a starter could be named sooner. For more on the quarterback competition check out today’s practice notes from OTAs.
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