quarterback coach Don Navatsyk has been working alongside Coach Hall for five years.
This season he has done something at quarterback he has never remotely approached, which is stay in the pocket.
But it was the television shot of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on the sidelines that interested me the most.
University of Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles—“WHO?”
The 15-yard run was the longest rushing touchdown by a quarterback in Super Bowl history.
Roehm, the quarterback, was one of Hughitt's understudies last season.
Foss, the Ohio quarterback, was the individual star of the game.
Even as Buck was falling, the quarterback started racing down the field toward his goal.
The ball was thrown forward by the quarterback, which was a foul.
The quarterback stooped, picked up the ball, and dexterously passed it as the formation thundered down upon him.
in U.S. football, 1876, from quarter (n.) + back (n.); so called from his position on the field at the start of play, between the halfback and the center. As a verb from 1945. Figurative sense from 1952. Monday morning quarterback is 1932 (n.), 1972 (v.); originally pro football player slang for sportswriters (U.S. professional football games typically are played on Sundays).
To lead or direct; control; manage: and quarterbacking the rise of Action News at Channel 6 (1945+)