Most NFL rosters will undergo only minor tweaks from now until the start of the 2023 season. But sometimes it's the minor tweaks that prove to be major, with spring and summer additions bolstering key areas of depth for contenders large and small.

With that in mind, which top remaining free agents could still draw interest before Week 1? And, more specifically, where could they logically end up? Let's play matchmaker with a few big names that are still unsigned:


Carson Wentz to the Packers

Lost in Green Bay's transition from Aaron Rodgers to Jordan Love is the fact the Packers have yet to add a single experienced backup for their new quarterback. Wentz may be mercurial, but he's a battle-tested veteran in contrast to current reserves Sean Clifford and Danny Etling. He'd also be closer to his Midwestern roots.

Teddy Bridgewater to the Cardinals

Arizona is probably more concerned with competing in 2024, but with Kyler Murray recovering from a late-year ACL tear and aging backup Colt McCoy also coming off his own injuries, new coach Jonathan Gannon may be counting on Clayton Tune and David Blough to carry them early. Bridgewater, meanwhile, is a proven stopgap with ties to Gannon and coordinator Drew Petzing.