With Tony Romo expecting to be released by the Dallas Cowboys, the Chicago Bears actively seeking a trade partner for Jay Cutler and the New England Patriots expected to field some calls on Jimmy Garoppolo despite their hesitance to move him, this is shaping up to be one of the more intriguing quarterback carousels in recent years.
In an interactive feature Wednesday on ESPN.com, Mike Sando invites us to mix and match quarterbacks with potential landing spots and gives his take on the chances of the pairings happening. Elsewhere, Sando and Clayton predict the starting quarterback for all 32 NFL teams in 2017, which includes a number of interesting destinations: Romo to the Denver Broncos, Cutler to the San Francisco 49ers, Garoppolo to the Cleveland Browns, Mike Glennon to the New York Jets and Tyrod Taylor to the Bears.
Which prediction do you think is most likely to happen? Vote below:
The 2017 league year officially begins at 4 p.m. ET on March 9, triggering the beginning of free agency and trades.
-- Brendan C. Hall