2014 NFL Free Agency Preview: Top 10 quarterbacks

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Dec 29, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne (7) throws a pass against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Jacksonville 30-10. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

#3. Chad Henne 

Age: 28

2013 Stats: 3241 yards, 13 TD’s, 14 INT’s, 60.6% completion (13 starts)

Career Stats: 12,439 yards, 55 TD’s, 62 INT’s, 59.5% completion

A good fit if…. You need a transition quarterback or a high level backup

Henne stepped up and made a Jacksonville Jaguars team that was supposed to be historically bad so good it fell out of last place and actually won some games in 2013 (which may have been a bad thing). Henne’s biggest knock is that he throws a lot of interceptions for a guy who is supposed to be rather accurate as he likes to gunsling a little too much for a guy who is a journeyman starter in the NFL at this point. Henne like Freeman has a bit of an upside due to their rather young ages in comparison to the other options available, but he probably isn’t going to be a starter wherever he goes unless someone is desperate. Still it couldn’t hurt for anyone to kick the tires on Henne as he has at the very least been consistent throughout his career in Miami and Jacksonville.

Rating: 5.5

Chances of landing in Oakland: 20%