Bruce Gradkowski is one of the league's most inconsistent quarterbacks.
After having been cut by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns all in the span of just nine months, Gradkowski signed with the Oakland Raiders in February 2009.
The Raiders scooped him up the day after he was waived by Cleveland.
Gradkowski got his first start in late November to replace the ineffective Jamarcus Russel. He immeditaely led the Oakland Raiders to two huge upsets over the Pittsburgh Stealers and Cincinnati Bengals (who were good that year).
Against Pittsburgh, Gradkowski threw three come-from-behind touchdowns for an eventual 27-24 score. His most impressive feat was an 88 yard drive with under two minutes and no timeouts that sealed the victory.
Unfortunately he tore his MCL in both knees shortly thereafter and missed the rest of the season.
In 2010, for a much improved Raiders team, Gradkowski only managed a 52.9 completion percentage and 66.3 rating in four starts, over which Oakland went 1-3.
He was benched and will likely be cut in favor of Jason Campbell.
Gradkowski presents the biggest risk/reward opportunity of the quarterbacks in this group. A team like Cleveland or Arizona that has some uncertainty at the QB position could be interested in taking a chance on him.