Cleveland traded DeShone Kizer, putting him in position to maybe attempt passes for two different teams in his first two seasons. In the last 30 years, who are the only other two quarterbacks who were drafted in the first two rounds (one with a supplemental pick) and then attempted passes for two different teams in their first two seasons?


Brett Favre most famously, who got on the field for a few plays for Atlanta. And Steve Walsh, who was selected with a first-round pick in the supplemental draft in 1989 – played for Dallas and then was traded to New Orleans in 1990. Brian Brohm comes close to meeting the specs as they’re drawn up; he was a second-round pick by Green Bay in 2008 and was their third quarterback as a rookie – not getting on the field. The Bills signed him in 2009, and he played some for them.