Updated Cam Newton Next Team Betting Odds: Patriots, Jaguars Favored to Land Former Panthers Quarterback
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- Cam Newton's betting odds to land with the New England Patriots currently sit at +180, making the Pats the favorites to land the former MVP.
- Close behind come the Jagaurs at +200, whose QB depth chart is currently led by Gardner Minshew.
- Below you'll find Newton's complete list of next team betting odds, including his odds to land with the Steelers, Redskins, Bears and more.
Following an NFL Draft weekend that began with a Division II pick at No. 37 overall and was topped off with the signing of an undrafted quarterback — Brian Lewerke out of Michigan State — the Patriots’ future plans at QB still haven’t been made quite clear.
And, Cam Newton still doesn’t have a team.
With that, Cam’s betting odds to land with the Patriots skyrocketed to -190 at PointsBet following the draft, making New England the heavy favorite to land the former MVP.
On Thursday morning, however, news broke that the Bengals would be parting ways with Andy Dalton, putting another quarterback on the market — and one that apparently would be a better fit in New England, according to oddsmakers.
With the Patriots now -105 favorites to land Dalton, their odds to sign Cam Newton have fallen back considerably. While still favorites, they’re no longer listed at minus-money, having moved to +180 at PointsBet as of Thursday afternoon.
Cam Newton Next Team Betting Odds
- New England Patriots +180
- Jacksonville Jaguars +200
- Pittsburgh Steelers +500
- Washington Redskins +550
- Las Vegas Raiders +1000
- Denver Broncos +1200
- Chicago Bears +1200
Just behind the Pats, perhaps as expected, come the Jaguars, who are currently looking at a quarterback depth chart led by Gardner Minshew. Jacksonville did, however, expend a sixth-round pick on a quarterback — Jake Luton out of Oregon State.
After the Jags come two more teams with some questions at quarterback. Both Ben Roethlisberger and Mason Rudolph are coming off injury-riddled seasons for Pittsburgh, and the Redskins are currently putting their trust in either Kyle Allen or Dwayne Haskins, neither of whom has a whole lot of experience to his name.
The list is capped off with three teams between 10-1 and 12-1: the Raiders (who are currently holding onto both Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota), Broncos (Drew Lock is entering just his second season) and Bears (who added Nick Foles to compete with Mitch Trubisky).