Already in the offseason, we have seen some huge signings in the NFL free agency like Tom Brady leaving New England to head down to Tampa Bay.
However, we are just getting started and are expecting more in the next few weeks. First, let's look at the two quarterbacks that are still looking for a new contract and perhaps a new home.
With Brady rocking the spotlight down in sunny Florida, it is unlikely we will see Jameis Winston sticking around with the Buccaneers.
The 2015 first overall pick seemed to be getting worse every year at Tampa especially after leading the NFL with 30 interceptions a year ago despite also leading the league with 5,109 passing yards.
Winston will likely be the second-string quarterback for Tampa Bay in 2020, but if he was to go to a new team, the Indianapolis Colts is most likely to pick up unless if they decide to stick with Jacoby Brissett.
Another quarterback still looking for a landing spot is former Jacksonville Jaguar Blake Bortles.
Bortles only had three appearances as a backup quarterback with the Los Angeles Rams in 2019 against Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and Arizona.
With Jared Goff still playing at Los Angeles in a new stadium next season, we can expect Bortles to play in a different stadium.
Back when Bortles was playing at the University of Central Florida, Robert Kraft and the New England Patriots were interested in drafting him.
With Brady no longer in the northeast, 2020 could be the start of the Bortles era with the Patriots.
On the defensive side, all eyes are currently on defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.
The longtime Houston Texan has made some heads turn already in the offseason looking to stay with the Seattle Seahawks for a second year.
Clowney made 31 combined tackles at Seattle in 2019 while also getting his first interception and touchdown.
It’s most likely that Clowney will stay at Seattle next season, but one team that is interested in him is the Dallas Cowboys.
In the wild card round last year, Clowney became Philadelphia’s biggest enemy after knocking out Carson Wentz with an injury.
After Clowney’s big hit on Wentz, it probably caught the attention of Jerry Jones and America’s Team knowing that Clowney could be the one guy to help secure a victory over the Eagles.
We still have a lot of time to guess where our top remaining free agents will go, but big moves are still yet to come.
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