The NFL could be about to experience a major quarterback shake-up. Here's a quick look at the latest developments and rumors for NFL signal callers.
The Browns cut ties with their longtime quarterback after eight seasons and will have someone not named Jay Cutler starting at QB next season. As a free agent, the Jets have been rumored to have some interest in veteran Cutler.
ESPN reported Thursday that in stark contrast to reports a day earlier that the Cowboys were planning to drop Romo, they instead say they are working on a trade with either the Broncos or the Texans. It is clear Dallas thinks they can get a decent return for their tradable QB, who is owed $18 million next season before two team options take over on his contract.
The Broncos' young quarterback could be shipped away should the team make a deal for Romo. The Jets seem to be a good fit for the quarterback, as several rumors have suggested. These possible moves would all likely be set in motion after the 4 p.m. free agent deadline passes.
In one final QB rumor, the Redskins have apparently been asked by Cousins — who was inked to a franchise tag earlier this offseason — for a trade. Reports say he asked Dan Snyder to trade him, but it seems unlikely that a deal will be made.