Okay...we got some fun news, so I had to start a thread.
Brock Osweiler: Houston Texans > Cleveland Browns
He had a solid starting gig in Denver, but he passed to take a huge contract in Houston. After a mediocre year opposite a strong defense, Houston have traded the QB plus a 2nd round 2018 draft pick to Cleveland. The funny part? Cleveland are unlikely to keep Osweiler. They will likely try another trade, and if they cannot offload him, they essentially paid $16 million for a draft pick (might not be terrible for a team with a ton of cap space).
Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler--CUT,
Chicago have ended the Jay Cutler era and signed Mike Glennon to a 3-year, $45 million deal.
Tony Romo: ???
It doesn't look like Dallas will find a trade for Tony Romo, and the former starter appears ready for release. Prior to today's news, I thought Denver would be the best landing spot. The Broncos still have one of the best defenses in the league, and it would be a nice, short-term gig that could land a Super Bowl appearance. However...the Osweiler trade frees up plenty of cap space for the Texans to make a deal. I think that Denver + Romo > Houston + Romo, but the later combo would still be potent, and now Houston can make a strong offer.
Feel free to share more stories and speculation.
On second thought, let's not go to TechReport. Tis a silly place.