Coming into the 2012 season, a lot of eyes were on the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Graham Harrell to see if he was ready to become Aaron Rodgers' understudy. Through two preseason games, the simple answer is no.
Harrell has connected on just 52.9 percent of his passes thus far, and has thrown two interceptions to just one touchdown. According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Packers have been mulling their options to replace Harrell.
Considering GM Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy have already invested two years into Harrell's development, there is no guarantee the team is ready to give up on him.
Thompson has traditionally been quiet in the transaction department, but the recent signing of running back Cedric Benson proves how unpredictable he can be.
In the coming weeks, many quarterbacks across the league may be looking for a new home, and Green Bay could be a popular destination for many of them. These are just a few of the possible names that could be tied to Green Bay in the near future.