1. Byron Leftwich, OC, Buccaneers
I don’t know why I hadn’t thought of this one until just recently, but how fun would it be to see Leftwich’s career come full-circle like this?
The former first-round pick of the Jaguars at the quarterback position has been doing a tremendous job with the Buccaneers and the Cardinals before that.
He’s got a Super Bowl win under his belt at this point and has had the opportunity to work with Bruce Arians and Tom Brady for the past couple of seasons. Whatever Leftwich has soaked up over the last two seasons, the Jaguars should want a piece of it, right?
At the age of 41, Leftwich is a coach that Trevor Lawrence could grow with. Leftwich has been in Lawrence’s shoes before as the player selected and anointed as “franchise QB” of this specific organization.
Not only that, but he wouldn’t have to move very far to make this move happen.
Considering all that Leftwich has done in the league the last five years, it would be surprising if he wasn’t a coveted head coaching candidate and he couldn’t ask for a better, more seamless job than this one, coaching the team that once drafted him and one of the best QB prospects to come along in the last decade.