Justin Simmons Next Team Odds

Justin Simmons Next Team Odds
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As the NFL league year kicked off this week, a slew of veteran players were officially able to sign with whichever franchise offered the best deal.

One player who hasn’t signed yet is former Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons, who has an approximate value of 65 in 118 career games with the franchise, including 9 AV across 15 games in 2023-24.

The Boston College alum was taken by Denver in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft before finishing up as the NFL’s co-leader in interceptions during the 2022 league year, with six in 12 games played.

Since entering the NFL in 2016, no player has had more interceptions than Simmons with 30. With many top defenders already off the board, his market is rampant. But what exactly are the odds for his next team? In advance of Colorado sports betting on the NFL next season, BetColorado.com took a look.

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Justin Simmons Next Team Odds

TeamOddsPercent Chance
Philadelphia Eagles+35022.2%
Tennessee Titans+40020%
Pittsburgh Steelers+60014.3%
Buffalo Bills+65013.3%
Miami Dolphins+75011.8%
Dallas Cowboys+15506.1%
The Field+70012.3%
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Simmons' Landing Spots Start With Eagles

A handful of teams are undoubtedly already doing their best to jockey for position when it comes to signing Simmons, though it seems like a handful of defense-first franchises have the upper hand. Expect Philadelphia (+350), Tennessee (+400), Pittsburgh and Buffalo (+650 each) to be among the key teams trying to convince the 30-year Virginia native to sign on the dotted line long-term.

According to Spotrac, Simmons has a current market value of $11.1 million per year, with the website estimating he’ll sign a two-year deal worth $22,209,860. Such a deal would put Simmons’ pay in line with Quandre Diggs (3 years, $39 million), Micah Hyde (2 years, $19.250 million), Vonn Bell (3 years, $22.5 million) and Marcus Maye (3 years, $22.5 million).

BetMGM Tennessee lists San Francisco as the Super Bowl favorite at +500. Back-to-back champion Kansas City is second at +650. Tennessee is at the bottom of the list with +15000 odds.

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Christopher Boan has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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