Well, I did a little bit of research. The internet is a fabulous thing... I went back to 1990, looked at ALL the quarterbacks drafted in the second round, and looked at whether said quarterback was released in their second year. Here's the list and how long each player was with their respective original teams: 1990: None 1991: Brett Favre - he was traded in his second season, as most are aware, from Atlanta to Green Bay Browning Nagle - made it through three seasons with the Jets 1992: Matt Blundin - 4 years with the Chiefs Tony Sacca - drafted by the Cards, stopped playing football some point in his second season, possibly released, although he may have retired (didn't catch on with another team) 1993: None 1994: None: 1995: Todd Collins - was in Buffalo for 3 seasons Kordell Stewart - was in Pittsburgh for 8 seasons 1996: Tony Banks - was in St. Louis for 3 seasons 1997: Jake Plummer - was in Arizona for 6 seasons 1998: Charlie Batch - was in Detroit for 4 seasons 1999: Shaun King - was in TB for 5 seasons 2000: None 2001: Drew Brees - in San Diego for 5 seasons Quincy Carter - in Dallas for 3 seasons Marques Tuiasasopo - in Oakland for 6 seasons 2002: None 2003: None 2004: None 2005: None 2006: Kellen Clemens - still with the Jets Tarvaris Jackson - still with the Vikes Those are the facts, of the 15 quarterbacks, only Tony Sacca left the team in his second season. I'm not sure what happened to him, one of the few things I couldn't find on the internet although I do know that his namesake is quite popular in Vegas http://www.vegascommunityonline.com/tonysacca.htm So, what does this mean? It means the Phins are highly unlikely to release John Beck. And, if they decide to trade him, well he'll be the first second round qb to be traded in his second year since... Brett Favre. It would be one hell of an irony if he were traded given everything that has happend this offseason with Mr. Favre. I hope you enjoyed this little trip down memory lane.