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It's been a rough go for quarterback Sam Bradford, more on the field than at the bank. After his release Saturday from the Arizona Cardinals, believe it or not, there are still teams that could use a quarterback like Bradford on their roster.
Let's take a look at three possible destinations for the former No. 1 pick.
3. Tennessee Titans
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The Titans have Marcus Mariota and Blaine Gabbert on their roster, but both guys have either been banged up or wildly ineffective. Adding a veteran quarterback like Bradford isn't an absolute necessity at the moment, but with the Titans still having an outside chance to make the playoffs, a decision to bring in Bradford could be a final playoff push for Tennessee.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars
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The Blake Bortles experiment continues to produce disappointing results, so the Jags should be looking at literally any and every quarterback available. Jacksonville has some decent options at receivers, and it would certainly behoove them to get a more accurate passer under center. They did just sign former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jones, but it couldn't hurt to add another quarterback when the rest of their roster is ready-made for a playoff run.
1. Buffalo Bills
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Who else did you think would be in the No. 1 spot on this list? Without rookie Josh Allen, the Bills' quarterback situation is just ugly. The team recently brought in Matt Barkley and Terrelle Pryor, and have veteran Derek Anderson, who will be inactive this week against the Bears, which amazingly leaves them starting Nathan Peterman again. That's all you have to know to consider Bradford as a logical option for the Bills.
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