Last Updated on June 12, 2020

Although the outbreak of coronavirus has put some restrictions on the NFL this offseason, the league was able to conduct free agency and the draft virtually. As such, NFL rosters are filled out and teams have set their quarterback rooms for the most part. Of course, there are still some free agents out there — most notably Cam Newton. But aside from the former MVP, there aren’t many starting quarterbacks without a home.

The vaunted 2018 Draft class is well-represented among the projected starters for next season. Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold, the top two quarterbacks taken in that draft, have shown flashes in their first two years, but haven’t found much team success. Josh Allen played well enough to help the Buffalo Bills sneak into the playoffs in 2019. Lamar Jackson, the last quarterback taken in the first round of that draft, has two postseason appearances and an MVP under his belt. The only quarterback taken in the first round of 2018 who isn’t a starter will be Josh Rosen who will likely sit behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tua Tagovailoa.

But aside from that young group, there were quite a few changes in free agency. Tom Brady and Philip Rivers both left their respective homes to take on new challenges. Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rivers with the Indianapolis Colts.

Injuries are a fact of life in the NFL so expect these depth charts to change, but here is how each team’s quarterback room looks right now.

NFC East

New York Giants: Daniel Jones, Colt McCoy, Alex Tanney, Case Cookus
Dallas Cowboys: Dak Prescott, Andy Dalton, Cooper Rush, Clayton Thorson, Ben DiNucci
Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, Kyle Allen, Steven Montez, Alex Smith
Philadelphia Eagles: Carson Wentz, Jalen Hurts, Nate Sudfeld, Kyle Lauletta


NFC North

Detroit Lions: Matthew Stafford, Chase Daniel, Tyler Bray
Green Bay Packers: Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love, Tim Boyle, Jalen Morton
Minnesota Vikings: Kirk Cousins, Sean Mannion, Nate Stanley, Jake Browning
Chicago Bears: Nick Foles, Mitchell Trubisky, Tyler Bray


NFC South

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tom Brady, Blaine Gabbert, Ryan Griffin
New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees, Jameis Winston, Taysom Hill, Tommy Stevens
Carolina Panthers: Teddy Bridgewater, Will Grier, P.J. Walker
Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan, Matt Schaub, Kurt Benkert, Danny Etling


NFC West

Los Angeles Rams: Jared Goff, John Wolford, Bryce Perkins, Josh Love
Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, Brett Hundley, Drew Anderson, Chris Streveler
Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson, Anthony Gordon
San Francisco 49ers: Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Mullens, C.J. Beathard, Broc Rutter


AFC East

New York Jets: Sam Darnold, Joe Flacco, James Morgan, David Fales, Mike White
New England Patriots: Jarrett Stidham, Brian Hoyer
Miami Dolphins: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tua Tagovailoa, Josh Rosen, Jake Rudock
Buffalo Bills: Josh Allen, Jake Fromm, Matt Barkley, Davis Webb


AFC North

Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger, Mason Rudolph, Devlin Hodges, Paxton Lynch, JT Barrett
Cleveland Browns: Baker Mayfield, Case Keenum, Garrett Gilbert
Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, Ryan Finley, Jacob Dolegala
Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson, Robert Griffin III, Trace McSorley, Tyler Huntley


AFC South

Indianapolis Colts: Philip Rivers, Jacoby Brissett, Jacob Eason, Chad Kelly
Jacksonville Jaguars: Gardner Minshew, Joshua Dobbs, Jake Luton
Houston Texans: DeShaun Watson, A.J. McCarron, Alex McGough
Tennessee Titans: Ryan Tannehill, Logan Woodside, Cole McDonald


AFC West

Las Vegas Raiders: Derek Carr, Marcus Mariota, DeShone Kizer, Nathan Peterman
Los Angeles Chargers: Tyrod Taylor, Justin Herbert, Easton Stick
Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne, Jordan Ta’amu
Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, Jeff Driskey, Brett Rypien, Riley Neal