3. Ryan Tannehill, Titans (free agent)
This is not an option that's going to excite many fan bases, but it's one that could undoubtedly make sense for the Green Bay Packers if they want a veteran fail-safe for Jordan Love, or want to bring in another quarterback as a bridge in 2024.
I'm sure most Packers fans would rather just roll with Jordan Love for another year than have Ryan Tannehill in the building, but Matt LaFleur's time with the Titans and head coach Mike Vrabel could ultimately be the connection that facilitates this deal.
Now, we understand that Ryan Tannehill never played for Matt LaFleur in Tennessee. LaFleur was there in 2018 and Tannehill got there in 2019. But that's not the point. The point is that LaFleur's relationship with Vrabel would give him great insight as to how well Tannehill can work with a younger quarterback.
How would he handle being the backup? How does he approach his leadership role? How much is Tannehill willing to help a young quarterback grow at this stage of his career? We know how he felt about the Titans adding Malik Willis.
Even if the Packers keep Jordan Love, I could see Ryan Tannehill emerging as an option for them as QB2 to raise the floor in 2024 in case Love would struggle badly.