By Vinny Iyer | Sporting News
The 2020 NFL offseason is mostly about quarterbacks and free agency, and no NFL team is dealing with a wider range of outcomes on that front than the Saints are as they enter the spring.
New Orleans has had a Big Easy solution at the game's most important position for 14 years with Drew Brees. But now, for the first time in the Sean Payton era that began with the offensive-minded coach attaching himself to Brees in 2006, the Saints have to consider big changes.
Brees is a pending unrestricted free agent. So is top backup QB Teddy Bridgewater. Taysom Hill, quadruple threat extraordinaire, is set to become a restricted free agent.
Any one of those QBs can start for the Saints next season. Here's breaking down all of New Orleans' scenarios, from the most likely (and simplest) to the least likely (and most complicated).
1. Brees doesn't retire; Hill stays; Bridgewater leaves
Brees is taking his time to decide on his future. The longer he takes, the more the Saints should accept that he might be hanging it up at age 41 instead of grinding through another year with hopes of leading them to a second Super Bowl.
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