There's a huge game of musical chairs going on with mediocre quarterbacks
The first domino to fall was the Browns signing Jason Campbell. He'll compete with Brandon Weeden for the starting job in Cleveland, which made Colt McCoy expendable.
The Browns turned around and traded McCoy to the 49ers to back up Colin Kaepernick, along with a 6th round pick in exchange for the 49ers' 5th and 7th rounders.
The Raiders traded for Matt Flynn, whom the Seahawks signed last year for big money, only to watch him sit on the bench behind rookie sensation Russell Wilson.
With the Raiders acquiring Flynn, it looks like Carson Palmer's days in Oakland are definitely numbered, which is what he wanted in the first place.
The Raiders are close to a deal with the Cardinals that would send Palmer to Arizona to be their starting QB. Palmer is reportedly already negotiating with the Cardinals, possibly to restructure his contract, which would currently pay him $13M this season. The Cardinals almost certainly would like to pare that number down a little bit to a more reasonable number.
In the middle of all of this, former Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb signed with the Bills. He'll compete for the starting job there, but they'll still most likely be looking for a QB in the draft, where they have the #8 overall pick.
None of these are huge moves, but it's probable that at least a few of these guys will see substantial playing time this year, particularly Flynn and Palmer.
Will any of them revive their career with their new team? Or is this just another example of NFL teams just trying to polish a giant turd?