Quarterback Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens looks on after losing the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 06, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Since the NFL free agent quarterback class this year is relatively weak, there will likely be a great deal of trade chatter surrounding Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. The former Super Bowl MVP was benched in favor of rookie Lamar Jackson, who guided the team to a 6-1 finish to the regular season and started their playoff loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.

There are a few quarterback-needy teams that could enlist the services of Flacco, including the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported last week that the Jaguars could make acquiring Flacco a priority after a poor season by Blake Bortles.

Flacco is reportedly interested in playing in Jacksonville, according to La Canfora’s report.

Other teams listed as possible landing spots for Flacco included the Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos. The expectation is that the Dolphins will look to move on from long-time starter Ryan Tannehill, while Denver did not get a significant return on investment from 2018 free agent acquisition Case Keenum.

The Ravens are not expected to get a huge trade package in exchange for Flacco. His contract has a salary cap hit of $26.5 million next season and he has not finished a season with a passer rating about 90 since 2014. He turned 34 years old Wednesday, so most teams will view the veteran as a short-term option.

Teams like the Jaguars and Broncos might be more inclined to pursue Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles instead. Foles is younger and was the Super Bowl MVP a year ago.

Oddsmakers expect Flacco to stay in the AFC. According to betting site BetDSI, the Broncos are the favorites to land Flacco, with +150 odds, while the Jaguars are just behind at +200 odds.

Betting odds for where Joe Flacco will play in 2019:

Denver Broncos +150

Jacksonville Jaguars +200

Washington Redskins +250

Miami Dolphins +400

New York Giants +750

Oakland Raiders +1000

Carolina Panthers +1500

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1500

Baltimore Ravens +2000