The on-field leader of a football team is the quarterback, and STACK has tons of ways for you to become a better QB. Whether it's workouts from NFL stars like Peyton Manning or Matthew Stafford, or advice on how to play the position or improve your footwork, discover the wealth of athlete-approved content that can help make you a better signal caller and a confident team leader.
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During an appearance on In Depth With Graham Bensinger, Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton did his best Manning impression, playfully yelling "Omaha"...
By: Cameron Fields
Michael Vick was one of the NFL's best dual-threat quarterbacks ever. He could escape out of the pocket, run into open space and make defenders mi...
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Braxton Miller is arguably one of the most intriguing athletes chosen in the 2016 NFL Draft. He was selected in the third round by the Houston Texan...
By: Andy Haley
Last week, STACK attended the 2016 IMG 7v7 National Championship. More than 60 teams from around the country converged on Bradenton, Florida, to b...
By: Brandon Hall
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Latest Videos in Quarterback
At a Cam Newton Foundation 7-on-7 tournament, the Pro-Bowl QB decided to take some reps at tight end. Good luck guarding that guy.
NFL MVP Cam Newton talks about how Muhammad Ali shaped him as an athlete and person following the legendary boxer's death.
Prepare to be inspired by the NFL MVP's motivational speech to 400 high school football players at the Cam Newton Foundation 7v7 Tournament at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga.
Learn about the high-intensity conditioning circuit NFL QB Tim Tebow performs during the off-season with his coach Kurt Hester, D1 Sports national director of training.
In this football workout video, NFL QB Tim Tebow performs Box Step-Ups during his off-season workout with coaching by Kurt Hester, D1 Sports national director of training.