With Carson Palmer in town, Jason Campbell will be out of Oakland, but he's still a pretty good quarterback, so where will he go?
My money is on Jacksonville. Blaine Gabbert was terrible this season—and I'm talking Jimmy Clausen-levels of awful—the Jaguars aren't in a position to easily replace him, and with as much as they have invested in him, they won't give up on him just yet.
However, if they want to be competitive in any way right now, they need to bring in someone else who can help Gabbert share the load (and maybe take over if it gets bad enough). Campbell fits the bill.
Before he sustained a season-ending injury, Campbell had completed 60.6 percent of his passes for 1,170 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions. He also rushed for an additional two touchdowns.
At 30 years old, Campbell won't be the future for anyone, but he can be the kind of veteran player to help take the reins until Gabbert is ready to take over.