The Tennessee Titans have signed Ryan Tannehill to a four-year contract. The San Francisco 49ers are reportedly going forward with Jimmy Garoppolo as their starting quarterback. That eliminates two potential suitors for Tom Brady.

There have been rumors for weeks that the six-time Super Bowl champion is likely to leave the New England Patriots in free agency. Maybe the signal caller prefers to play for a new team in the 2020 NFL season, but his list of possible destinations doesn’t appear to be a long one.

The Patriots are the heavy betting favorites to ink Brady to a new contract. FanDuel Sportsbook gives New England -250 odds to be Brady’s team in Week 1 of next season.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have emerged as the biggest threat outside of Foxborough to sign Brady. They’ve got +170 odds to land the 42-year-old.

Tampa Bay has decided not to use the franchise tag on Jameis Winston, making him a free agent. The Buccaneers reportedly want to make Brady their next starting quarterback.

Brady can officially sign with a new team Wednesday.

The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders have been considered suitors for Brady, though neither team has gotten much buzz lately as a landing spot for the quarterback.

Los Angeles is given +1000 odds to sign Brady, having already parted ways with Philip Rivers. Derek Carr is still under contract with Las Vegas, which has +1500 odds to acquire Brady.

San Francisco has +1300 odds in the Tom Brady Sweepstakes.

The Miami Dolphins have +2200 odds. Miami is expected to select a quarterback in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to return to the Dolphins for a second season after going 5-8 as Miami’s starter in 2019.

Philip Rivers and Teddy Bridgewater are the other top quarterbacks available in free agency.

Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots
Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots. GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Billie Weiss