This is your Barker's Chris Mueller.
The early story of the NFL off season is Tom Brady's future.
Brady's contract with the Patriots voids on March 18th and, if he so desires, he contest the free agent Waters as the team cannot use the franchise tag on him.
Besides Brady, though, there are several free agent high profile quarterbacks you're gonna be on the open market and where they could land could affect the balance of power in multiple divisions and both conferences.
Let's take a look at what comes next for three of the biggest names set to hit the open market.
Ryan Tannehill edged out Jimmy Garoppolo for the Comeback Player of the Year award this year on the level Egon Pass orating in 2019.
Still, his career body of work with Miami prior to this season and the fact that he played well for just 10 starts has made a long term extension dicey.
Tennessee might have to use the franchise tag to keep Derrick Henry, so unless they wanna lose Tannehill, they'll have to go with some sort of multi year deal.
The Titans really have no other options and because Tannehill success itself didn't seem all that fluky, it's likely that the two sides will figure out some sort of long term deal.
Philip Rivers moved his family from California to Florida, and his time with the Chargers appears to be finished.
There's a logical suitor for him in 2020.
Should he decide against retirement the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Bruce Arians in his work with regularly relevant? We're discussing a potential pairing with Rivers.
The box have two great weapons, and Mike Evans and Chris got when, plus a stout rush defense in Jameis Winston's feast or Famine 2019 might make it likely that the Buccaneers want to move on from him.
Arians might look for a more proven commodity.
The books have plenty of cap space in a River's Arians combo could turn Tampa Bay into a serious playoff contender.
Finally, Teddy Bridgewater was outstanding for the Saints, going five you know as a starter and Drew Brees absence and posting a 103.
7 passer rating in those games.
He'll be in demand in his career track record.
Plus draft pedigree suggests he has the tools to be a true number one.
Even after his 2016 me injury that cost him almost two full seasons.
Bridgewater won't turn 28 until the middle of 2020 season, and there is the thought that in the right situation he could turn into a front line starter.
Where would that be? How about New England? If Tom Brady does end up going elsewhere, it's doubtful that the password want to enter the season with Jared Stadium as their starter, and Bridgewater could be had for a salary likely between 22 in $27 million annually.
He's still mobile.
He's accurate and plenty cerebral and would allow Bill Belichick to keep the Patriots a contender in a changing A F C.
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I'm Chris Mueller.