Anywhere from five to 10 teams next season could replace their current starting quarterbacks with someone new in 2012. Therefore, the quarterback markets in both the NFL draft and free agency are going to be hot commodities this offseason.
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy showed little improvement from 2010 and may not have another opportunity to prove himself next year.
The Redskins, who have been shuffling quarterbacks for a few years now, know they must find someone other than Rex Grossman to run their offense.
The Jaguars gave rookie Blaine Gabbert a shot last season, but he did not show a lot of promise and may have a lot of improving to do before he gets a shot at being their starter again.
Chad Henne missed most of the Dolphins’ season last year, and it may finally be time for the franchise to cut their losses and move on.
The Seattle Seahawks were the team to finally give Tarvaris Jackson an opportunity, and although Jackson had a few good days, he also had quite a few not-so-good ones. If they have a chance to get a franchise quarterback, they will probably do so as well.
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