Los Angeles Rams
It feels weird typing Los Angeles before Rams. Weird is one way to describe the Rams quarterback situation. Many expected the Rams to have their quarterback situation figured out when the traded for Nick Foles last season. Foles proved ineffective and benched him in favor of Case Keenum. Keenum went 3-2 as a starter and the Rams’ head coach Jeff Fisher is a fan of Keenum, and could be content with starting Keenum in 2016 and drafting a quarterback in the later rounds.
Another option that the team has, and have been linked to, is to sign expected free agent to be Robert Griffin III. Jeff Fisher loves mobile quarterbacks (see: Steve McNair, Vince Young). The Rams are in the market for a quarterback and Griffin is looking for a fresh start after his tumultuous ending with the Washington Redskins. Los Angeles recently cleared cap space and could be one of the front runners to sign Griffin, if there is interest from both sides.
Another potential target for the Rams could be Super Bowl 50 winning quarterback, Peyton Manning. It remains a question as to whether Manning can be an effective quarterback at his age. Manning has yet to make a decision on his retirement and could look to play another year or finish out his career on top of the football world.