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TitansInsider reports the Titans have zero interest in free agent Mark Sanchez.

The New York Daily News mentioned the Titans as a team that was expressing "real interest" in Sanchez on Monday. Tennessee has underwhelming Charlie Whitehurst currently penciled in as Jake Locker's backup. Sanchez would be a monster upgrade. It appears the Eagles remain the favorite. The Rams' interest is said to be minimal, while the Browns may also be in the mix.

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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams' interest in free agent Mark Sanchez is "tepid at best."

Coach Jeff Fisher confirmed the team's interest in Sanchez following his release from the Jets but couldn't say "how much" the Rams were interested. Per beat writer Jim Thomas, the Rams have yet to even reach out to Sanchez's camp. St. Louis' top choice for the backup job still appears to be Shaun Hill.

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

According to the New York Daily News, the Giants have "expressed a level of interest" in free agent Mark Sanchez, but "it's unlikely" that Sanchez would ultimately stay in New York.

The Daily News considers the Eagles the favorites for Sanchez, with the Browns, Rams, and Titans behind them as "serious" suitors. A change of scenery -- out of the Big Apple -- would certainly seem to be in Sanchez's best interests after his Jets career crashed and burned. We're still betting Sanchez lands in Philadelphia, but the Eagles won't pull the trigger until he passes a physical.

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

In addition to the Eagles, Rams, and Browns, the NY Daily News reports the Titans have "expressed real interest" in free agent Mark Sanchez.

In Tennessee, Sanchez would be the favorite to start over Charlie Whitehurst. Including the Giants -- as reported by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport -- this would put five teams on Sanchez's radar. Either Sanchez's agent is on absolute fire working media types at the NFL meetings in Orlando, or Sanchez is the hottest topic in the state of Florida. The Daily News' Manish Mehta reports Philly currently has an "edge" to land Sanchez, but it's "not a lock."

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

The New York Daily News is echoing an ESPN report that the Eagles are expected to sign free agent Mark Sanchez.

A flurry of Sanchez reports surfaced Monday afternoon, some lightly connecting him to St. Louis and Cleveland, another to the Giants, and several to the Eagles. It's believed -- tentatively at this point -- that Philly will sign Sanchez after a physical. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane added Monday that the Eagles have "definite interest" in Sanchez, but "have to check on his medical condition." Per McLane, "there are still a few hurdles to clear."

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports free agent Mark Sanchez plans to sign with the Eagles.

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

Coach Jeff Fisher confirmed the Rams have interest in free agent QB Mark Sanchez.

Sanchez would be a fine add for the Rams. He spent three years in New York with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, would be an upgrade on current backup Austin Davis and starter Sam Bradford is coming off an ACL tear. Additionally, Braford's exorbitant contract contains no more guaranteed money and expires following the 2015 season.

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ESPN New York considers the Rams a possible landing spot for free agent Mark Sanchez.

Sanchez played under OC Brian Schottenheimer for three seasons with the Jets and could be a fit in the Rams' West Coast offense. With Sam Bradford coming off ACL surgery, St. Louis is in the market for a backup quarterback, and Sanchez would be an upgrade over Austin Davis. ESPN's Rich Cimini also lists the Bears, Seahawks, and Browns as possible suitors.

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Jets released QB Mark Sanchez.

Mark Sanchez QB PHI 4 Months

GM John Idzik says the Jets are in "constant contact" with Mark Sanchez's player rep.

Speaking on a Thursday conference call, Idzik pledged to "take advantage of time" with the team's Sanchez decision. Sanchez's $2 million roster bonus is due on March 25, so in reality, Idzik has only five more days. Idzik has no real incentive to make the move now, but it's supremely unlikely he finds a trade partner between now and Tuesday.