The NFL’s quarterback carousel is turning quickly.
We’ve already seen three notable veterans traded to new teams, as Carson Wentz was dealt to the Commanders, Russell Wilson went to the Broncos and Deshaun Watson was shipped off to the Browns. The Steelers also added a new signal-caller by signing Mitch Trubisky to a two-year deal in free agency. Less than one week into the new league year, four teams already have new starters.
More are on the way. The biggest names might already have moved, but there are still a number of teams that either need a quarterback or would consider an upgrade under center. Some of those could turn to the draft in April. Others will explore the leftover pieces on the trade market or in free agency.
Let’s run through those teams and identify how they could address their void under center.
Note: This story was posted Monday morning, before the Falcons traded Matt Ryan to the Colts for a 2022 third-round pick and the Saints re-signed Jameis Winston. The Atlanta, Indianapolis and New Orleans sections have been moved to the bottom of the story.