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Mobile Minutes: South QBs, Day 1

Oklahoma State's Brandon Weeden, Arizona's Nick Foles and San Diego State's Ryan Lindley were on display Monday at Senior Bowl workouts. Who did well for himself? Who needs to step it up?

Brandon Weeden A 6-3, 219-pounder, Weeden completed 72.3 percent of his passes for 4,727 yards with 37 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 2011, as Oklahoma State went 12-1, won the Big 12 and also defeated Stanford 41-38 in the Fiesta Bowl. Weeden looked to be the best of the bunch Monday for the South team at the game's most important position, at least in terms of throwing the ball on time... Recommended Stories

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