- Associated Press - Friday, February 20, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A glance of the 36 quarterbacks selected over the past three NFL drafts, including the round they were selected, their original team and what’s happened since they were picked:

2014

Blake Bortles, 1st, Jacksonville: 14 games, 11 touchdowns 17 interceptions.

Johnny Manziel, 1st, Cleveland: two disastrous starts.

Teddy Bridgewater, 1st, Minnesota: started by Week 4, 14 TDs, 12 INTs.

Derek Carr, 2nd, Oakland: starting 21 TDs, 12 INTs.

Jimmy Garoppolo, 2nd, New England: backup to Tom Brady.

Logan Thomas, 4th, Arizona: one completion, though it was for an 81-yard touchdown.

Tom Savage, 4th, Houston: threw 19 passes last season.

Aaron Murray, 5th, Kansas City.

AJ McCarron, 5th, Cincinnati.

Zach Mettenberger, 6th, Tennessee: 6 starts, 7 INTs, 8 TDs.

David Fales, 6th, Chicago: made active roster in December.

Keith Wenning, 6th, Baltimore: practice squad.

Tajh Boyd, 6th, New York Jets: released.

Garrett Gilbert, 6th, St. Louis: released, then signed to Patriots practice squad.

2013

EJ Manuel, 1st, Buffalo: benched in 2014.

Geno Smith, 2nd, New York Jets: benched and reinstated as starter in 2014.

Mike Glennon, 3rd, Tampa Bay: likely to compete with Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota in 2015.

Matt Barkley, 4th, Philadelphia: uncertain future after two invisible years.

Ryan Nassib, 4th, New York Giants: threw four passes last season.

Tyler Wilson, 4th, Oakland: waived.

Landry Jones, 4th, Pittsburgh: two years, hasn’t played.

Brad Sorensen, 7th, San Diego: briefly to Titans, now back on Chargers practice squad.

Zac Dysert, 7th, Denver: strong arm, but hasn’t thrown a regular-season pass.

B.J. Daniels, 7th, San Francisco: now with Seattle.

Sean Renfree, 7th, Atlanta: still waiting to throw a pass.

2012

Andrew Luck, 1st, Indianapolis: led Colts to AFC title game in 2014.

Robert Griffin III, 1st, Washington: solid first season, has declined since.

Ryan Tannehill, 1st, Miami: Dolphins will decide in May whether to pick up fifth-year option.

Brandon Weeden, 1st, Cleveland: released and picked up by Dallas.

Brock Osweiler, 2nd, Denver: the heir to Peyton Manning?

Russell Wilson, 3rd, Seattle: one Super Bowl ring and one bad pass away from another.

Nick Foles, 3rd, Philadelphia: perfect passer rating and seven TD passes in a 2013 game.

Kirk Cousins, 4th, Washington: still there to pick up pieces if RG3 falters.

Ryan Lindley, 6th, Arizona: started playoff game last season.

B.J. Coleman, 7th, Green Bay: plays in Arena League.

Chandler Harnish, 7th, Indianapolis: job hunting.

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