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2010 Free Agent Watch – QB

Welcome to the offseason edition of the Brew Crew Corner. I never stop keeping up with football, and if you’re looking to dominate your league, you should stay current with all that is happening. Every year the league has players change team either through trades or by singing of free agents. With 2010 being an uncapped year starting on March 5, it will be interesting to see where players go. We will first take a look at the free agent quarterbacks that will be available this offseason.


2010 FREE AGENT QB


 

QB

Status

Team

Kyle Orton

RFA



Denver

Broncos

Jason Campbell



UFA




Washington

Redskins

Matt Moore

RFA



Carolina

Panthers

Bruce Gradkowski

RFA



Oakland

Raiders

Tarvaris Jackson



UFA




Minnesota

Vikings



Chad

Pennington



UFA




Miami

Dolphins

Kyle Boller



UFA




St. Louis

Rams

Troy Smith

RFA



Baltimore

Ravens

Daunte Culpepper



UFA




Detroit

Lions

A.J. Feeley



UFA




Carolina

Panthers

Rex Grossman



UFA




Houston

Texans

J.P. Losman



UFA




Oakland

Raiders

David Carr



UFA




New York

Giants

Kellen Clemens



UFA




New York

Jets

Brodie Croyle



UFA




Kansas City

Chiefs

Mark Brunell



UFA




New Orleans

Saints

Charlie Batch



UFA




Pittsburgh

Steelers

Charlie Frye



UFA




Oakland

Raiders

Jeff Garcia



UFA


None

Matt Gutierrez

RFA



Kansas City

Chiefs

Josh McCown



UFA




Carolina

Panthers

Patrick Ramsey



UFA




Detroit

Lions

Chris Redman



UFA




Atlanta

Falcons

Brian St. Pierre



UFA




Arizona

Cardinals

Charlie Whitehurst



UFA




San Diego

Chargers


 

This is not a glamorous list. I think if you see any major moves at the quarterback position it will have to come through the draft or a blockbuster trade. I expect the Broncos to hold on to Kyle Orton as the free agent market does not offer much upside over him. With Mike Shanahan now in

Washington
, we will see if they stick by Jason Campbell. The Redskins could still draft a quarterback with their No. 4 pick, but that they have other needs on the offensive line that need to be addressed. Matt Moore in

Carolina
is a situation to watch as John Fox has been given another year to run the team, but having Jake Delhomme start is a risky decision.

Teams that truly need a quarterback, such as
St. Louis,
Buffalo and

Oakland
, will be the ones to watch during draft day. There are other teams that could also make a move such as
Cleveland and

Arizona
. With just a few teams set at the quarterback position, there is going to be plenty of shuffling and deals cut between now and April 23 – the NFL Draft.

From the remaining names, expect them to move from team to team to compete for a backup role. Not much in terms of fantasy value unless they landed on a team that saw the starter go down.

Next article we will look at free agent running backs. Thanks for reading.

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