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12 Feb 2020 at 07:16pm

Maybe it's money, maybe it's production. Or, probably NFL
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it's both. Sometimes a player just needs to go somewhere
new. And this NFL offseason, a number of NFL
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big-name quarterbacks could be on their way to new teams.
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money, maybe it's production. Or, probably it's both. Sometimes a player just
needs to go somewhere new. And this NFL offseason, a number of big-name
quarterbacks could be on their way to new teams. QB Philip Rivers and the Los
Angeles Chargers have already announced they're parting ways. The Las Vegas
Raiders want to go after Tom Brady, putting Derek Carr's future in doubt. And,
with the Carolina Panthers, seemingly in a full rebuilding mold, will Cam Newton
really want to stick around for that? That's just the quarterbacks. Here's a
look at players our NFL Nation reporters believe would benefit from a move: DT
Jordan Phillips Nothing against Phillips, exactly who had a career calendar year
with a team-high 9.5 sacks in 2019, but the salary he's likely to control
doesn't fit into the Bills' plan at his position. Star Lotulelei has a $10.8
million cap hit, and Buffalo invested a first-round pick in Ed Oliver last
April; former third-round pick Harrison Phillips will also be returning from a
torn ACL this coming season. Phillips has said publicly that his numbers from
2019 are those of a top-three defensive tackle. If a team pays him like one, it
probably won't be the Expenses. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques The Dolphins have waited
three seasons for Harris, a 2017 first-circular pick, to bring pressure on New
York Giants
quarterbacks, and he has responded with 3.5 sacks in 41 games
(eight starts). It's time for a modify iron
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of scenery for Harris, who does not have a secure roster
spot if he remains with the team. So far, college-football-bowl-schedule-2019-20-season
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Harris has been a bust, and the Dolphins possess yet to
find a better part for him to make use of his skill set. Maybe he can find that
elsewhere, but it doesn't seem more likely to happen with the Dolphins, who
should trade him for a late Day 3 draft choose or release him prior to the 2020
season. -- Cameron Wolfe WR Phillip Dorsett After three solid seasons in New
England since he was acquired in a trade for QB Jacoby Brissett, the likable
Dorsett seemed to get phased out of the receiver blend as the 2019 season
progressed. Considering that the Patriots were badly in need of production from
their receivers, that could be an ominous sign for him returning in 2020.
Dorsett, who earned widespread respect throughout the company for his
professionalism, is an unrestricted free agent. -- Mike Reiss New York Jets CB
Trumaine Johnson One of the most expensive free-agent signings in team history,
Johnson offers fallen short of goals under two different coaching staffs. He was
benched for two games last time of year because of poor practice practices. He
has also been slowed by accidental injuries and overall ineffectiveness. His
time in New York is over. He will become released in Buffalo
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the arriving weeks, leaving the Jets with a $12 million cap charge for
2020. -- Rich Cimini 




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