Carson Wentz has played for Philadelphia and Indianapolis the last two years. Now he’s with Washington, putting him in the rare position of starting quarterback for three teams in three years. In the 16-game era, who are the only two quarterbacks who have gone one further, starting (at least half the season) for four teams in four years?


Case Keenum (Rams, Min., Den., Was.) and Ryan Fitzpatrick (Buff., Ten., Hou., NYJ). Only three quarterbacks have started 10-plus games for three teams in three years, but they would be harder for most to identify. Not so much Brett Favre, But Jim Harbaugh in the ‘90s with Colts-Ravens-Chargers and Joey Harrington about 20 years ago with Lions-Dolphins-Falcons.