Although the free agent crop of quarterbacks this offseason is quite unremarkable (and, in fact, the most highly coveted, Joe Flacco, has long been off the table), teams will always been in need of experienced, veteran signal callers as backups, and there are a number of them this season.
Today, the Miami Dolphins announced that they have re-signed Matt Moore, who was one of the better available quarterbacks on the market. Do not also forget that the Kansas City Chiefs have traded for Alex Smith. Though he was not a free agent, he was expected to be a major movable piece this offseason.
With those three quarterbacks gone, what is left to pick through? Are there any potential starting-caliber prospects on the market? With a weak quarterback draft class, it is not impossible that one of these players gets a chance to start somewhere next season, if they are not playing backup.
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