Sports Illustrated's Peter King used his weekly MMQB.com column to look at the potential movement among quarterbacks in free agency along with landing spots for the top draft-eligible quarterbacks. Since free agency began, King says he doesn't remember a year "with the same combined level of depth at quarterback in the free market and in the draft" as this year.
In what he terms his "team-by-team best guesses," King projects the Bills will draft UCLA's Josh Rosen after moving up in the draft to Denver's spot after the Broncos sign Kirk Cousins in free agency. He lists the Bills among teams with "significant need" at the position.
He writes: "This could be an A.J. McCarron, Case Keenum or Sam Bradford spot too. If Denver gets Cousins, I could see John Elway dealing his one (fifth overall) for Buffalo’s two first-round picks (21, 22) and another high pick this year or next—I could see Tampa Bay, Chicago, Oakland and San Francisco at seven through 10 in round one doing the same—to allow Buffalo to jump up and get a good quarterback prospect."
McCarron, Keenum and Bradford become unrestricted free agents on March 14.
King also speculates that Bills starter Tyrod Taylor could end up with the Dolphins. He writes: "Never know about Ryan Tannehill, from either an injury or a talent perspective. Taylor will fare well under mechanics specialist Adam Gase."
To read King's full projections, click here.