The real movement among quarterbacks might not be in free agency.
If the Houston Texans think they’ll eventually give in and trade quarterback Deshaun Watson, there is no better time than the present. They are a franchise without a first-round pick, and their likeliest trade partner (the Jets) has the second overall pick, as well as an additional first this year and in 2022 from the Jamal Adams trade with the Seattle Seahawks.
The Houston Texans need all kinds help. Just throw a dart blindfolded at their roster and the position that gets picked needs to be addressed. However, the Texans don’t have an abundance of resources, whether in the draft or in salary cap space, to fix the roster.