NFL Free Agency 2010: Veteran Quarterbacks Now Looking for a Home

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The opening volleys to the NFL offseason centered on experienced running backs:  Ladainian Tomlinson, Bryan Westbrook, and Thomas Jones were all cut by their respective teams for reaching the point of age-concern.
Thomas Jones was officially signed by Kansas City to give him the shortest unemployment term.  Ladainian Tomlinson appears close to signing with the Minnesota Vikings.
Following the opening stages of the offseason, a new position has surpassed the running back for limited job security—quarterback.
It began when the Carolina Panthers severed ties with longtime centerpiece Jake Delhomme.  The move was something of a surprise, as the long-term extension he signed after the 2008 season brought with it a fair share of guaranteed money.
A terrible 8:18 touchdown to interception ratio coupled with a great season-closing four game stretch by surprise youth Matt Moore sealed Delhomme’s fate.
Not long after, Cleveland severed ties wit...

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