It has been more than a month since Denver picked up a quarterback and is still waiting to see what kind of signal-caller they will get.
However, as we head into the final week of free agency, it is time to look at some of the more intriguing free-agent quarterbacks and their past and future options.
We have put together this article to help guide you in your search for a quarterback.
It also covers a variety of other topics such as the best free agents, potential quarterbacks and other intriguing free agents.1.
Drew BreesThe first quarterback to come out of New Orleans and become a star in his own right, Drew Brees is one of the best in the game right now.
He has the skills to be a great franchise quarterback and should be the starter by the time the 2019 season rolls around.
His ability to throw the ball, which he completed over 55% of his passes last season, was second to only Tom Brady.
However the New Orleans Saints lost their franchise quarterback in the offseason, which is a huge blow to Brees’ draft stock.
Brees, a third-round pick of the New York Giants in 2010, played his first seven seasons with the Saints before joining the San Francisco 49ers in 2014.
He played well for San Francisco last season and is expected to be their starting quarterback for at least the next three years.2.
Philip RiversThe Chargers have made a habit of drafting quarterback prospects in the first round.
Rivers was one of them and has the pedigree to make the team, but the Chargers also have an eye on the future and have the option to draft a quarterback in 2018.
The team also could use a veteran presence on the field.
Rivers will be 38 when the 2018 season begins.
He will need to continue to show that he is still a great quarterback and he should be in the conversation for the starting job at some point.3.
Tom BradyThere is a lot of buzz surrounding the Patriots, who could be the frontrunners to land a franchise quarterback.
They have the resources to be able to sign any player they want.
The Patriots have the talent to win games and could have the best quarterback in football in 2019.
The question is, will Brady stay healthy enough to play?
He is currently battling a sprained knee, but it could still be possible for Brady to play in 2018 and beyond.4.
Derek CarrThe Raiders are coming off a 10-win season.
It is unlikely that they will be the first team to win the Super Bowl.
They need a quarterback to start the season.
Carr, who will turn 32 on March 8, is one such player.
The Raiders have one of those quarterbacks, which they acquired from the New England Patriots in a trade for Aaron Rodgers in 2014 and Carr has a lot to prove in his first full season as a starter.5.
Matthew StaffordThe Detroit Lions have a quarterback situation that is a bit different than other teams.
They can draft and develop a quarterback, but they are not a team that will be drafting in the top 10 or even the top five.
Stafford is the first player in NFL history to throw for over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns in his rookie season and was the starting quarterback in 2017.
Stafford also has an NFL-record three 100-yard games and is one for five in the postseason.
He also is on pace to throw four touchdown passes.6.
Andrew LuckThe Indianapolis Colts are on a roll after winning three straight games.
Luck is a great passer with a lot in common with the Patriots’ Brady.
Both quarterbacks are very talented and have a lot riding on their respective games in 2019 and beyond as well.
Luck could be a long-term answer to the Colts offense and one of their top options in free agency.7.
Kirk CousinsThe Washington Redskins were not able to find a starting quarterback.
After signing Josh McCown, Cousins has started to get some playing time with the Redskins.
The Redskins have a great young offensive line that could give Cousins a chance to play.8.
Carson PalmerThe Arizona Cardinals have a young quarterback in Carson Palmer.
He is not the biggest of quarterbacks, but he is capable of getting the job done in a variety to the offense.
He was a top-10 pick in the 2016 draft.
Palmer is one step closer to starting in 2019 with the Arizona Cardinals.9.
Ryan TannehillThe Miami Dolphins have been one of several teams to make moves to add a quarterback since the start of free-agency.
The Dolphins traded for Josh McCay last season to get Tannehills future, and he has impressed in his time with them.
Tanne’s offensive line has been solid, and the Dolphins could use more depth at quarterback in 2019 as well as in the secondary.10.
Josh RosenThe Los Angeles Rams are one of three teams that have a long list of potential free-agents in their secondary.
They could use another quarterback in free-caption.
Rosen, who is 29, has not started