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1. Mark Sanchez, Philadelphia Eagles
While replacing an injured Nick Foles last season, Sanchez turned the ball over 14 times in eight starts. However, despite the turnovers, he displayed enough promise to warrant an opportunity to compete for a starting job this August. A reunion with Rex Ryan in Buffalo makes sense.
Potential Destinations: Buffalo & St. Louis
2. Ryan Mallett, Houston Texans
All signs point toward the Texans re-signing Mallett, and giving him an opportunity to win the starting job in training camp. He started two games last season, throwing for 400 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Possible Destination: Houston
3. Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans
Locker has prototype size, a cannon arm and is mobile. In other words, he’s incredibly talented. His durability is a major red flag, as he’s played no more than 11 games in a season. His accuracy and mechanics are also poor. He needs to spend time on the bench before attempting to resurrect this career.
Potential Destinations: Arizona, Philadelphia, & Minnesota
4. Brian Hoyer, Cleveland Browns
In Hoyer’s 13 starts with Cleveland, the Browns posted a 7-6 record. That looks respectable on paper, but the tape suggests the Browns were winning in spite of him. He completed a putrid 55.4 percent of his passes for 3,334 yards. He also threw more interceptions (13) than touchdown passes (12). Hoyer hopes to compete for a starting job somewhere. Staying in Cleveland might‘ve been his best hope, but the signing of Josh McCown ended his tenure there.
Possible Destinations: Buffalo, N.Y. Jets, & St. Louis
5. Christian Ponder, Minnesota Vikings
Ponder started every game in 2012, leading the Vikings to 10 wins and a playoff berth. However, that was during Adrian Peterson’s infamous 2,000-yard season. He has been predominately a backup ever since. He won’t be back with the Vikings next season.
Possible Destinations: Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, & St. Louis
6. Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins
Do you remember when Moore was any good? I don't, either. That didn’t stop the Dolphins from making him one of the highest paid backup quarterbacks in the league over the last two years.
Possible Destination: Arizona, Chicago, & Miami
7. Michael Vick, N.Y. Jets
According to Vick himself, he has at least two years left in him. We’ll see if any NFL franchise agrees.
Possible Destination: Buffalo, Kansas City, & St. Louis
8. Colt McCoy, Washington
In five games last season, McCoy threw for 1,057 yards and four touchdowns. His most notable game came against Dallas on Monday night football. He led Washington to an upset victory, completing 25-of-30 passes for 299 yards. He’ll land a No. 2 job somewhere, assuming his back checks out fine.
Possible Destination: Chicago, Houston, Kansas City, St. Louis, & Washington
9. Matt Flynn, Green Bay Packers
Flynn has played for Green Bay, Seattle, Buffalo and Oakland this decade. His claim to fame continues to be a 2011 start against Detroit, when he threw for 480 yards and six touchdowns in a 45-41 Packers victory. He also went 2-2 in four starts for the Packers in 2013, keeping their playoff hopes alive while Aaron Rodgers recovered from a broken collarbone.
Possible Destination: Green Bay, Kansas City, Miami, & Washington
10. Jason Campbell, Cincinnati Bengals
Campbell has made 79 starts in his career, a majority coming in the first five years of his NFL career with Washington. Now a veteran of nine years, he will receive interest on the open market as a backup.
Possible Destinations: Green Bay, Kansas City, Miami, Seattle, & Washington
Best of the Rest
Jimmy Clausen, Chicago Bears
Shaun Hill, St. Louis Rams
Tarvaris Jackson, Seattle Seahawks
Kellen Moore, Detroit Lions
T.J. Yates, Atlanta Falcons