The Nashville Kats were often looking for a great quarterback. There are a lot of people out there who would have preferred that the Nashville Kats were able to find a quarterback in the mold of a Jay Cutler who played at Vanderbilt University. It was difficult to find someone with the kind of talent that Jay Cutler has in the Arena Football League. Cutler probably spoiled a lot of those Nashville based football fans in his four years at Vanderbilt. Jay Cutler of course went on to play in the NFL with the Denver Broncos and the Chicago Bears. Cutler likely would have dominated the Arena Football League had he played for the Nashville Kats. The people of Nashville would have loved the chance to go see his game with the Kats as well. The same may be said had Cutler been drafted by the Tennessee Titans.
Andy Kelly was probably the most noteworthy quarterback to ever play for the Nashville Kats. Kelly was able to set records for the Kats for passing attempts and yards in a season during his time with the Nashville Kats. The other quarterback of note during the Nashville Kats time in the Arena Football League would be James Brown. Brown and Kelly also