How a chaotic veteran QB market could disrupt Dolphins’ draft approach

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Nov 4, 2018; Foxboro, MA, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) runs for a short gain during the second quarter of their game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel via USA TODAY NETWORK

One of the absolute certainties of the 2021 NFL offseason is that we need to expect the unexpected, especially as it pertains to the quarterback position. Across the league, we’re seeing a continued changing of the guard — old faces springing up in new places or otherwise riding off into the sunset. Philip Rivers? Retired. Drew Brees? Destined for a similar fate. Matt Ryan? Potentially on the trade block. Matthew Stafford? Officially on the trade block. Aaron Rodgers? He teased last night after the Packers’ loss to Tampa Bay that his future in Green Bay is uncertain this offseason despite being under contract for 2021. Plus teams like New Orleans, New England, San Francisco, Carolina, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and others needing long-term solutions at the most important position in sports.

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