Philadelphia will cut him. No reason for a team with a losing record to pay TO for the remainder of the season, so that means only a team in the hunt would be willing to take on his issues and salary. Of the teams in the hunt, which have offenses that are below the 1/3 mark would I see as potential suitors. NE: offense is 9th, coach hates attitudes, no chance Pitt: offense is 23rd, but mostly a QB injury issue, doubtful Cin: offense is 3rd, don't need him Ind: offense is 2nd, don't need him Jac: offense is 18th, possible Den: offense is 4th, don't need him SD: offense is 6th, don't need him KC: offense is 7th, don't need him Dal: offesne is 14th, best fit IMO NY: offense is 10th, coach hates attitudes Car: offense is 24th, good possibility TB: offense is 21st, no chance, they got rid of Johnson Atl: offense is 11th, another good possibility Sea: offense is 1st, no need and they got rid of galloway, no chance Chi: offense is 28th, good possibility The worst team that says yes gets TO. Some teams will just not involve themselves with vanity cases, I feel that these teams include: NE, Pit, Sea, NYG, Den and TB. So of 15 possible teams, TO's antics eliminate 5 suitors IMO. Of the 10 teams left: Cin, SD, Ind and KC really need their help on defense. Six teams remain: Dallas, Atl, Car, Jacksonville, Chicago, and SD. Parcells manages to take trouble makers and make them work within his system, so I predict Dallas at 7-3 takes TO.