Chase Young Free Agent: Next Team Odds

Chase Young Free Agent: Next Team Odds
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Few NFL first-round picks have seen the peaks and valleys that 24-year-old defensive lineman Chase Young has during his five-year career.

That’s because Young went from the high of being the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the year with the Washington Commanders 2021, to being traded midseason in 2024 – a surprising development for many who follow the league and are eager for the chance to wager on it someday with legal California sportsbooks.

Last season Washington sent Young, the former Ohio State standout, to the San Francisco 49ers for a compensatory third-round draft pick in 2024.

Since his sensational rookie season, in which he had an approximate value of 14 per the Pro-Football-Reference website, Young failed to exceed an AV of 4 in any of his remaining seasons in Washington. He then posted a 2 AV in seven games with the Niners in 2023-24, leading to his first run as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

His NFL career hasn’t been as smooth as his time with the Buckeyes, but Young still has the potential to be a great fit for multiple teams., continuing its coverage of topics that interest folks awaiting California sports betting apps, developed odds to see where Chase Young may land for the 2024-25 NFL season.

Chase Young Odds

Team Odds Percent Chance
Carolina Panthers +350 22.2%
New Orleans Saints +550 15.4%
Tennessee Titans +550 15.4%
Baltimore Ravens +1400 6.7%
New York Jets +3750 2.6%
The Field +165 37.7%

Which NFL Team Lands Young?

Right now, the leaders in the clubhouse to sign Young as a free agent are the NFC South’s Carolina Panthers (+350) and New Orleans Saints (+550). Three AFC teams – the Tennessee Titans (+550), Baltimore Ravens (+1400) and New York Jets (+3750) – round out our field. These odds are exclusive to

Whichever team lands the 24-year-old lineman is getting a player capable of doing great things on the gridiron. In Young’s rookie year with Washington, he had 44 tackles and 10 tackles for loss in 15 games. He also has 7.5 sacks and forced three fumbles in that 2020 season, according to

Young Playoff Performance With 49ers

In this past season’s playoffs, as a 49er, Young notched 8 tackles, 2 TFLs and 2 QB hits with 1 sack in three games. That gives you an idea why NFL teams are likely lined up to get a crack at signing Young this offseason.

That’s why the team at Spotrac gives Young a market value of $13 million per season, with the website estimating him to receive a one-year deal worth $13,010,600 this offseason. That would make him the 16th highest paid defensive lineman in the NFL.

For now, Young and his agents will look to land the best deal for a player that’s capable of great things, building on the solid postseason he put forth with the 49ers last season.



Christopher Boan
Christopher Boan
Reporter / Journalist

Christopher Boan is the lead writer at, specializing in sports betting issues in the western United States. He's covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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