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Several quarterbacks are settling into new homes this season. Here are the most intriguing:
1. Donovan McNabb is now a Minnesota Viking. 2009 saw the resurgence of Brett Favre as a Viking followed by his demise in 2010. Now Donovan McNabb takes leadership of the team still expected to be in contention this season. McNabb has a lot to prove after a disappointing year with the Redskins.
2. Matt Hasselbeck has left the Seahawks to join the Tennessee Titans. While in Seattle, Hasselbeck led the team to the playoffs from 2003-2007 and in 2010 with one Super Bowl appearance in 2006. Should the Chris Johnson holdout end in time for the season, the addition of Hasselbeck could prove to be a huge boost for the franchise.
3. Tavaris Jackson is finally a starter, on the Seahawks. After riding the sidelines behind Favre, Jackson finally has the opportunity to lead a team on his own. Jackson joins the Seahawks along with fellow former Viking Sidney Rice. The two should link up many times this season under the guidance of head coach Pete Carroll.
4. Vince Young is the back-up to Michael Vick in Philadelphia. The Eagles stacked up on nearly every big name free agent on the market, and did well signing Young as the back-up. Young has had an up and down NFL career but should fit in well as a back-up.