When it comes to the most important position battle entering camp, forget about the starting positions up for grabs such as right guard, running back and tight end, it’s all about the backup.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
Baker Mayfield would ignite Denver with enthusiasm if the Broncos draft him. But even if they don’t, he can still help them significantly.
There was a laundry list of teams that were ready to go all in on the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes. That appears to be changing at the NFL Combine.
However, across the country, there are two teams that could have a great impact on the Denver Broncos depending on what they do with their all-powerful tag.
Our dive into the film of the many quarterback options for the Denver Broncos that go beyond Kirk Cousins.
The Denver Broncos are a relatively young team but three aging leaders are hoping for a new and healthy season beginning in July
Twenty four of the 26 quarterbacks drafted in the first round over the last 10 years started as rookies, but only 10 of those 26 are still starting for the teams which originally drafted them. Throw in a defending Super Bowl champion with a wide-open QB situation, and that's what makes the Paxton Lynch situation so intriguing.
From the new odds-on starting quarterback in Week 1 to the faith in the holdover linebackers to a wake-up call for a certain special-teamer, here are four takeaways from the Orange & Blue's draft moves.
The Denver Broncos have contacted the Philadelphia Eagles about a trade for their disgruntled starting quarterback Sam Bradford.
Recent draft history shows us the "can't-miss" quarterbacks selected early often do, leaving some overlooked later-pick gems to be discovered.
Young arms are perennial hot NFL Draft commodities, and this year is no exception with nine or so teams expecting to be vying for the top quarterback prospects in the first two rounds.
In the unenviable position the salary-cap strapped defending champs find themselves in, they need another veteran player at the league's most expensive -- and overpaid -- position.
Hey, we get it: $15 mil a year sounds a little too pricey for a quarterback with seven career NFL starts. But look around the league and the recent QB signings, and the price starts sounding more and more right.