The sweet spot to land an eventual top-tier QB might be exactly where the Broncos sit as the draft nears.
The Panthers have reportedly given Bridgewater permission to facilitate a trade. Could Denver be a viable new home?
The Saints are unlikely to let Jameis Winston slip through their fingers. But if they do, the Broncos might be wise to give the boom-or-bust QB a look.
We mustache you this: Could Gardner Minshew II be a short-term boost to the QB room ... and maybe a long-term answer?
Brissett has two seasons in which he started exactly 15 games apiece. Is that enough to where one can firmly stamp him as being headed for "career backup" status?
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah suggests that Darnold would make sense for the Broncos. But could the price tag be too high for a quarterback who hasn't progressed beyond mediocrity?
Vic Fangio knows Trubisky well. While he worked on the Bears' staff, he praised Trubisky's progress. But will that compel the Broncos to take a look at the 26-year-old QB whose production over four years has been average?
He's playing the best football of his career right now. His ESPN QBR of 76.9 last year was the best of his career, which followed a 68.3 QBR in 2019 that now stands as the second-highest.
Washington went 11-5 in 16 games that he started over the last three seasons ... and 6-27 in all other contests, including the postseason.
Barring an unexpected revival, Dalton's days as a mid-level starter are behind him. But if the Broncos are seeking just a backup who can be a bridge if Drew Lock falters, the 11-year veteran might fit the bill.
If it's about hedges to provide competition for Drew Lock, the Broncos have their choice of options. Andrew Mason's series examining these options begins with a former Super Bowl MVP whose elite play is tantalizing, but whose consistency is lacking.
Fortune favors the bold. Yes, the Vikings' bold QB moves in recent years didn't get them over the hump. But the moves made by a front office that included new Broncos GM George Paton allowed them to boast the NFL's fourth-highest passer rating over the last five seasons.
When practice opened Wednesday, camera lenses and the eyes of reporters zeroed in on Drew Lock. Meanwhile, Brett Rypien went about his work. It's all he can do.
In high school just over a decade ago, one year, 5.6 miles and a world of attention separated Driskel and Bortles.
As he prepares for the NFL, Steven Montez wants to remake his game from the feet up. To do so, he has the help of an expert.