The quarterback carousel is spinning out of control.
Jake Delhomme, Charlie Whitehurst, Seneca Wallace, Brady Quinn, Derek Anderson, Shaun Hill, Rex Grossman, David Carr, Jim Sorgi, and A.J. Feeley have all found new homes in the last month.
Meanwhile, Troy Smith is still in Baltimore. And in what's likely a related move, Smith has decided to change agents.
The Ravens' backup quarterback has hired Neil Cornrich as his new agent, replacing Ralph Cindrich.
Cindrich had been quite vocal in his attempts to get Smith dealt to a new team, but a deal was not completed in the three months following Cindrich first Tweet indicating that Smith wanted a trade.
That piece of news came during the Ravens' push for a playoff birth, and it likely didn't sit too well with those in the Ravens' front office.
Cindrich also made headlines recently by saying that Smith "would crawl from Baltimore right now to be able to play in Cleveland".
The Ravens have seemingly complied with Smith's trade request by giving the Heisman Trophy winner the low RFA tender, meaning a team would only need to give up a fifth-round pick to sign him to an offer sheet.
Smith played four games at quarterback in his rookie season back in 2007, including two starts. He has played in 10 games the last two seasons combined, but almost all of his playing time has come in the "Suggs Package".