Through four days of official and unofficial NFL free agency, nearly all of the top players available have agreed to a new deal or been assigned the franchise tag. Tom Brady is going to the Buccaneers. Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry are staying put in Tennessee. Dallas kept Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. Drew Brees will again be in New Orleans, while Philip Rivers will play for the Colts next season. The list goes on and on.
Our panel of NFL experts is back to weigh in on which teams should sign Winston and Clowney. (Note: Todd Gurley was originally included, but he signed a deal with the Falcons on Friday morning. You can see our answers for his destination at the bottom.)
Which team should sign Jameis Winston?
Matt Bowen, NFL analyst: Pittsburgh Steelers. Given the injury history of starter Ben Roethlisberger, adding Winston as a No. 2 would allow the Steelers to upgrade the depth chart with a quarterback carrying legit starting experience. And the fit is there for Winston in Pittsburgh's vertical passing offense.
Mike Clay, fantasy writer: New England Patriots. Color me super intrigued to see what Bill Belichick could get out of Winston one season after the 2015 first overall pick led the NFL in both passing yards and interceptions. New England seems headed into quarterback purgatory this season, so an upside flier on Winston is logical.
Jeremy Fowler, national NFL writer: New England Patriots. What better way to punctuate the Brady breakup than by Belichick helping fix the talented but turnover-prone Winston in the ultimate Tampa QB swap? I know, I know ... Belichick wants a disciplined quarterback who's smart at the line of scrimmage. But Winston's issue isn't smarts; it's overconfidence. Belichick and Josh McDaniels can coach him into fewer mistakes.
Jason Reid, senior writer, The Undefeated: New England Patriots. Wouldn't it be a hoot if the Patriots signed Winston, he wins the starting QB job and then has the greatest season of his career while leading the franchise to its seventh Super Bowl title? It would definitely answer the question of whether Brady or Belichick was primarily responsible for the Patriots' spectacular success.