The NFL quarterback carousel is going to be more interesting this offseason than it has been in years.
Many teams could be looking for a new starting quarterback in 2020. One of the teams that will be is the Los Angeles Chargers, who have agreed to part ways with Philip Rivers, severing a 16-year run together.
At 38 years old, Rivers still wants to continue his playing career and will be looking for something in the neighborhood of a two-year contract to give him a shot at winning the Super Bowl that has eluded him his entire career.
The teams that could be interested in Rivers must obviously have a need at the quarterback position, but for mutual interest to exist, that team needs to have the kinds of pieces in place that convinces Rivers that a Super Bowl is possible.
As the San Francisco 49ers proved this past season, a team can go from being nearly the worst in the league to the Super Bowl in one season.
So where are the possible destinations for Rivers to continue his career? Here is a look at what may be the three likeliest landing spots for the future Hall of Famer.
As much as it would pain Chargers fans to see Rivers in another uniform, he could be wearing one of these team’s colors next season.