Cam Newton, Jameis Winston and what to make of the NFL quarterback shuffle | Jalen & Jacoby

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  • Jalen & Jacoby break down the quarterback shuffle in the 2020 NFL offseason. Among the new developments: Cam Newton out of a job after his release from the Carolina Panthers and the LA Chargers’ selection of Justin Herbert in the 2020 NFL Draft, Jameis Winston heading to the New Orleans Saints after Tom Brady went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles raising eyebrows by drafting Jordan Love and Jalen Hurts, respectively, despite having Aaron Rodgers and Carson Wentz. (Sorry, Jalen — the Detroit Lions didn’t get a QB of the future.)

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