Netflix was able to nab the best QB in the NFL, Patrick Mahomes, for their first season of their Quarterback series, but apparently some elite caliber QBs have passed on the opportunity to star in season two.

Netflix's "Quarterback" series pulls back the curtain for fans and takes them on an incredible journey on the field, in the locker room, and inside the homes of Patrick Mahomes, Kurt Cousins, and Marcus Mariota during the 2022 NFL season.

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CBS Sports is reporting that several elite NFL QBs have turned down Netflix to be documented on season two of Quarterback. Those names include Joe Burrow, Jalen Hurts, Tua Tagovailoa, Justin Fields, and Sam Howell.

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Joe Burrow said in an interview that he's interested in doing the series, however, the timing isn't right for him right now.  He went on to say his private life is not something he wants to display, but that he would think about doing the show in a few years.

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Jalen Hurts said in an interview that he turned down the show last year to appear on season one. However, he kept the door open saying that time will come when he's ready to tell his story.

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Tua Tagovailoa told interviewers that he turned down the series because he's a very private person and doesn't want to put his family on display like Mahomes, Cousins, and Mariota did.

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Justin Fields said he turned it down because he didn't want the cameras to ruin the vibe around the Bears' facilities. He wants to keep as natural and organic as possible.

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When asked, Sam Howell said he wanted to focus on learning the position and being a starting QB in the NFL.

Here are the 3 NFL QBs that should be in Quarterback season two:

1. Josh Allen

Josh Allen is arguably the second best QB in the NFL. He's got a great story. No college recruited him, he went to a JUCO in California. When he graduated, he sent out hundreds of tapes to coaches across the country, only one school responded, Wyoming.  Now he's an All-Pro and one of the best in the game.

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2. Derek Carr

Carr has a great story as well. He's coming from a team who essentially gave up on him years ago. Now he's the captain of an aging but capable team to make a run for the Super Bowl which will be played in the city he once threw touchdowns, Las Vegas.

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3. Russell Wilson

For many years Russ has been regarded as a Top 5 QB in the NFL. Last year changed that. The Broncos were abysmal and Wilson was even worse. This season Sean Payton rode into town to save the Broncos and blasted the last coaching staff and said it wasn't Russell's fault for his bad play. Plus, he's married to Ciara, who has sold millions of records. So, they're kind of a "power couple" who love the spotlight.

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