The latest NFL rumors suggest that the upcoming offseason could feature a wild quarterback carousel. Two marquee signal callers have already been traded, and that’s expected to be just the beginning.

Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff were swapped in a blockbuster deal before Super Bowl LV. The Philadelphia Eagles are actively shopping Carson Wentz, and it’s no secret that Deshaun Watson wants out of Houston. There’s even speculation that Russell Wilson could be moved if the Seattle Seahawks get the right offer.

Where will those quarterbacks end up for the 2021 season?

Deshaun Watson

Weeks of rumors that Watson was unhappy with the Houston Texans culminated with the quarterback officially asking for a trade. The Texans don’t have to give in to Watson’s demands, but when a superstar of Watson’s caliber no longer wants to play for his team, he usually gets his wish.

One of the worst teams in the NFL, the Texans desperately needs to rebuild their roster. Houston doesn't own their 2021 first-round draft pick and will be expecting multiple first-rounders and a promising young player for Watson.

The New York Jets, Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers are speculated as Watson suitors, but the Miami Dolphins can put the best offer on the table. Along with the No. 3 overall pick in this year’s draft, Tua Tagovailoa could entice the Texans to pull the trigger. Watson would need to approve any trade, and ESPN has reported that Miami is one of the destinations that he has deemed acceptable.

Prediction: Miami Dolphins

Russell Wilson

When Wilson led the Seahawks to the playoffs for the eighth time in nine years, there was no thought that the 2020 season might be the quarterback’s last in Seattle. Fast forward to a few weeks later and a couple of teams appear to believe there’s at least a chance that Wilson could be dealt.

Seattle has received calls from teams looking to acquire Wilson. Amid a CBS Sports report that he’s frustrated with the offensive line’s inability to protect him, the 32-year-old acknowledged that he’s been getting sacked too much.

Does that mean Wilson will be traded this offseason? Of course not. An MVP candidate who is signed to a long-term contract and makes Seattle a perennial Super Bowl contender, Wilson isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.

Prediction: Seattle Seahawks

Carson Wentz

It’s hard to believe that Wentz will return to Philadelphia for another season. He was benched in Week 13 for Jalen Hurts, who outperformed the veteran and looks to be the Eagles’ starter moving forward. Despite Wentz’s poor play, a few teams appear to believe they can rejuvenate his career.

The Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts have reportedly both been in trade discussions regarding Wentz. Both teams have coaches who were members of Philadelphia’s staff when Wentz was successful.

Indianapolis has been one of the NFL’s smartest teams in the last few years. They are less likely than Chicago to overpay for Wentz. After four years of Mitch Trubisky, the Bears are desperate for a quarterback and might be willing to take a chance on Wentz and his expensive contract.

Prediction: Chicago Bears

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Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks hugs Carson Wentz #11 of the Philadelphia Eagles after the game at Lincoln Financial Field on November 24, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mitchell Leff/Getty Images