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2020 NFL Mock Draft 10.0: A Trade-Free First Round

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NFL free agency starts next week and four free-agent quarterbacks—two future Hall-of-Famers, the 2019 passing yardage leader and the reigning Comeback Player of the Year—could all wear different uniforms in 2020. While Drew Brees has announced his intention to play (at least) one more season (only with the Saints) and the Cowboys will undoubtedly use their franchise tag on Dak Prescott absent a new deal, this year’s crop of free-agent quarterbacks offers more intrigue than any in recent memory.

At this point, it seems as likely that Tom Brady will end his career outside of Foxboro as it is that he will retire a Patriot. Then again, “nobody knows anything.” When it comes to Philip Rivers, we know that he will play elsewhere in 2020 and Indianapolis seems like an ideal fit given his connections to head coach Frank Reich and offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni.

Meanwhile, Tampa Bay’s Jameis Winston led the NFL in passing yardage (5,109) in 2019, while also having the first 30/30 season in league history—in touchdowns and interceptions. Even if Winston is under center for the Bucs in 2020, the commitment is unlikely to be long-term.

Winning NFL Comeback Player of the Year, Ryan Tannehill led the NFL in yards per attempt (9.62) and finished second to Lamar Jackson in passer rating (119.6) from Week 7 (when he became Tennessee’s starter) through the end of the season. Re-signing with Tennessee makes the most sense, but will the Titans go the safer route by tagging him after only a half-season of elite production?

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