Mahomes rallied the Chiefs past the 49ers on Sunday to win Super Bowl LIV 31-20.
The Saints' Drew Brees and the Patriots' Tom Brady will become free agents in March. Brees has said he would play only for the Saints next season, but he also is considering retiring. Brady has left things more open and hasn't ruled out leaving New England, where he won six Super Bowls. During Sunday's Super Bowl, however, Brady said in a Hulu commercial, "I'm not going anywhere," possibly referencing plans for his 21st NFL season. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported this week that the Las Vegas Raiders have interest in pursuing Brady if he becomes a free agent.
The Raiders, who are set for their inaugural season in Las Vegas, are 30-1 to win next year's Super Bowl.
The Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins are the biggest long shots on the board, listed at 200-1 at Caesars Sportsbook. The Miami Dolphins, New York Giants, Detroit Lions and Carolina Panthers are each 100-1.
Super Bowl LV will be held Feb. 7, 2021, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Odds to win Super Bowl LV (via Caesars Sportsbook):