A look at the Jets’ history of futility at quarterback.

The Super Bowl champions drafted a versatile defensive player in Joe Tryon.
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In one year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired Tom Brady in free agency, won the Super Bowl in their home stadium and retained all 22 starters despite a tricky salary-cap situation.

Without an obvious, glaring need, the Buccaneers concluded the first round of the N.F.L. draft by adding to their strength, selecting Washington outside linebacker Joe Tryon with the 32nd pick. He’ll join a stout defense that features pass rushers Jason Pierre-Paul and Shaq Barrett. Opposing quarterbacks will need ice after they play against Tampa Bay.

Jayson Oweh will give Baltimore a big, athletic edge rusher.

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