The chances of an offseason trade involving Deshaun Watson appear to be increasing every day as more rumors suggest that the Houston Texans’ quarterback wants out. If Watson becomes available, there will be no shortage of teams trying to acquire him.

What is Watson’s most likely destination? The latest betting odds suggest that he’ll end up with an AFC East team if Houston decides it’s time to make a deal.

The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are the favorites to trade for Watson with 4/1 odds apiece at BetMGM. The Jets could offer the No. 2 overall pick in this year’s draft and future first-rounders. The Dolphins can put a trade package around the No. 3 pick and Tua Tagovailoa.

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is all but guaranteed to be drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the top pick in the draft. Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields, who outplayed Lawrence in the College Football Playoff Semifinal, is widely thought to be the second-best quarterback in this year’s class.

Before going to Miami with the No. 5 pick in the 2020 draft, Tagovailoa was one of the most highly touted quarterbacks coming out of college in recent years. He had an up and down rookie season with the Dolphins, throwing for 1,814 yards, 11 touchdowns and five interceptions in 10 games.

Watson has a no-trade clause in his contract. The quarterback views Miami as an acceptable trade destination, ESPN reports.

The Chicago Bears are third with 8/1 odds to land Watson. Mitchell Trubisky’s time as Chicago’s starter is expected to come to an end after four mediocre seasons. Chicago drafted Trubisky ahead of both Watson and Patrick Mahomes in 2017.

The New England Patriots, Denver Broncos and Washington Football Team all have 10/1 odds to trade for Watson.

Houston is favored to keep Watson with even odds. He was one of the best signal callers in the 2020 season, despite the Texans’ 4-12 record.

Watson led the league with 4,823 yards and finished second with a 112.4 passer rating. The Texans finished first in yards per play.

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Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans, Cal McNair Chariman and CEO of the Houston Texans and Arthur Blank Owner of the Atlanta Falcons talk before the game at NRG Stadium on October 6, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Tim Warner/Getty Images