By Andy Staples
May 08, 2014
Having bounced around, Jordan Palmer can teach prospects how to adapt to a new system quickly.
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Palmer hopes that will help him with his day job. He'll be at the draft in New York, ready to give Bortles a chest bump when his name is called, but his mind will be on the playbook in Chicago. Palmer isn't sure what the future will bring, but he believes he's discovered his post-football calling. Still, he hopes post-football doesn't come for quite a while. "I'm not even thinking about next year," Palmer said. "I'm trying to win the No. 2 job and win a championship this year."

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