We still don’t know who all would have interest but if Deshaun Watson asks for a trade, other teams will come out.
Washington Football Team: Currently there is no future QB on the roster and the WFT will not draft until the 19th pick in round one. It would take Washington at least their first three picks this year and probably three next year if not more.
Detroit Lions – New head coach Dan Campbell may want to ride Matt Stafford for one more season but Stafford may not be able to play another season. The Lions are going to have to make a move to get a QB in this draft but they only have five picks and don’t pick until number 7 and by then, there may not be a top QB prospect.
Chicago Bears – Much like the Washington team, the Bears have a need, not a lot of draft capital but could have a huge desire to throw everything they do have at Texas to solve the revolving door at QB.
Carolina Panthers – Carolina picks 8th overall and could send Teddy Bridgewater to the Texans but they don’t have much else to offer and would have to mortgage their future to land him.
Philadelphia Eagles – Forget the fact that the Eagles drafted Jalen Hurts. Hurts could easily be sent to the Texans in a trade if the Eagles decided they wanted to immediately get better at the position. The Eagles own the 6th overall pick as well as picks in rounds two and three but would have to part ways with future picks as well.