San Diego Chargers' wide receiver Vincent Jackson continues to hold out, waiting for either a new contract from the Chargers or to be traded to another team.
There have been several rumors about where he might go and there's even been a report that one team already has a deal in place for him and is waiting for the Chargers' approval.
The question becomes, will the Chargers really trade Vincent Jackson. Do they really want to give him up? If so, here are 10 teams that will be lining up to acquire him.
The Washington Redskins have been one team mentioned and Jackson would be a good fit on the other side from Santana Moss.
He definitely provides a stronger wide receiving corps for Donovan McNabb to throw to.
Brett Favre wants one more shot a Super Bowl ring, bringing aboard Vincent Jackson might help them get there.
At this point, Favre has Percy Harvin and Bernard Berrian, but Harvin made just one reception last week.
Don't think Favre wouldn't salivate over the idea.
Matt Forte gets seven catches for 151 yards and a touchdown while the rest of the receivers had only nine more catches (16) combined.
Cutler isn't the best quarterback in the NFL but line up a threat like Jackson with guys like Forte, and Devon Hester and you have a dangerous receiving corps.
While Matt Ryan didn't have the debut he would have hoped for in week one, I'm not quite ready to call it a sophomore slump.
The Falcons have Tony Gonzalez at tight end, Michael Jenkins, Brian Fenneran, and Roddy White at the wide receiver spots.
Matt Ryan could use a veteran playmaker like Vincent Jackson as another option to throw to.
Let's just admit this, the Raiders are this towing the line between bad and awful after the beat down they took at the hands of the Tennessee Titans.
They need no shortage of pieces and one those is at wide receiver. The Raiders were mentioned as a team that was interested in Vincent Jackson until Al Davis came out and denied any interest.
Sure Al, whatever you say.
Jake Delhomme could use a receiver that actually has a name you could recognize. Though he did throw for 227 yards and a touchdown, having a guy like Jackson gives him an option to have more confidence in.
Putting Vincent Jackson on the other side of Brandon Marshall makes for a dangerous duo. Not exactly Terrell Owens and Chad Ocho Cinco, but you might get at least half the drama.
Matt Cassell isn't the best of quarterbacks, though Chiefs' fans are hoping they get the guy that led the New England Patriots at some point.
Their receiving corps isn't all that impressive. They could use a big time receiver.
A rookie quarterback could use all the help he could get, so could the Rams' offense. Jackson could be just the guy for the job.
Michael Crabtree and Vincent Jackson lining up opposite each other? That makes the 49ers a dangerous offense.