Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers star quarterback Philip Rivers has moved “permanently” from San Diego to Florida, Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen of ESPN.com hear. It’s yet another signal that the Bolts and their longtime QB could be moving in separate directions this offseason.

After the Chargers’ season finale, Rivers confirmed that he wants to continue playing. The 38-year-old also acknowledged that he might have played his final game with the only franchise he’s ever known.

The Chargers could slide Tyrod Taylor into the starting quarterback role and put their cap dollars elsewhere. Meanwhile, Rivers could join an intriguing QB free-agent crop alongside Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Ryan Tannehill, Teddy Bridgewater, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.

Rivers threw for 4,615 yards in 2019 with just 23 touchdowns, his lowest total since 2007. Meanwhile, he threw 20 interceptions as the Chargers went 5-11.

Over the years, Rivers has tallied eight Pro Bowl selections and nearly 400 touchdowns through the air.

This article first appeared on Pro Football Rumors and was syndicated with permission.



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ARZ / 2019 / #1
Kyler Murray
ATL / 2008 / #3
Matt Ryan
BAL / 2018 / #32
Lamar Jackson
BUF / 2018 / #7
Josh Allen
CAR / 2011 / #1
Cam Newton
CHI / 2017 / #2
Mitchell Trubisky
CIN / 2003 / #1
Carson Palmer
CLE / 2018 / #1
Baker Mayfield
DAL / 1989 / #1
Troy Aikman
DEN / 2016 / #26
Paxton Lynch
DET / 2009 / #1
Matthew Stafford
GB / 2005 / #24
Aaron Rodgers
HOU / 2017 / #12
Deshaun Watson
IND / 2012 / #1
Andrew Luck
JAX / 2014 / #3
Blake Bortles
KC / 2017 / #10
Patrick Mahomes
LAC* / 2004 / #1
Eli Manning
LAR / 2016 / #1
Jared Goff
MIA / 2012 / #8
Ryan Tannehill
MIN / 2014 / #32
Teddy Bridgewater
NE / 1993 / #1
Drew Bledsoe
NYG / 2019 / #6
Daniel Jones
NYJ / 2018 / #3
Sam Darnold
NO / 1971 / #2
Archie Manning
OAK / 2007 / #1
JaMarcus Russell
PHI / 2016 / #2
Carson Wentz
PIT / 2004 / #11
Ben Roethlisberger
SEA / 1993 / #2
Rick Mirer
SF / 2005 / #1
Alex Smith
TB / 2015 / #1
Jameis Winston
TEN / 2015 / #2
Marcus Mariota
WAS / 2019 / #15
Dwayne Haskins

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