Saquon Barkley's best landing places

Saquon Barkley's future remains uncertain. A comeback to the New York Giants is possible, but it's getting more plausible by 2024.

Barkley won't appreciate the Giants' move to franchise tag the former No. 2 selection again. Fox Sports' Ralph Vacchiano said the duo is "headed for a divorce."

The Bears placed second in the NFL in running, but quarterback Justin Fields led the club with 657 yards. No one wants Fields' legs to stop creating plays, but eight rush attempts behind leader Khalil Herbert (132) is unsustainable.

The Bears' offence would be terrifying with Barkley and WR D.J. Moore, regardless of whether they take a quarterback with one of two top-10 picks in April.


The Eagles' 27-10 loss against the Giants ended their season, a stunning collapse for a club that started 10-1 but finished 1-5.

The Packers may want Barkley if they stay in the NFC North. Aaron Jones, a 29-year-old running back, would likely have to accept a $12 million pay cut if he returns in 2024

With the league's most inexperienced offence, Packers QB Jordan Love had a great debut season as the starter and became the team's uncontested No. 1.

The Texans were 12th in the NFL overall but 22nd in running. Starting the final nine games, five-year veteran Devin Singletary provided balance, but the club lacked a top backfield playmaker. 

After beating second-year runner Dameon Pierce to RB1 responsibilities, Singletary enjoyed a great year with 898 yards. 

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