Bills have some interest in QB Sam Bradford

Bills have some interest in QB Sam Bradford

Denver is in the market for a quarterback after going through last season with Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch.

Keenum, who is 20-18 in his career as an National Football League starting quarterback, will reunite with senior personnel advisor Gary Kubiak, who coached Keenum in Houston for two seasons.

ESPN reports that the Broncos considered Cousins and also had discussion about former Keenum teammate Teddy Bridgewater, but instead went with Keenum on what is expected to be a short-term deal, per 9News. That brings the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes down to three: the Jets, Vikings and Cardinals.

Only the winless Cleveland Browns threw more interceptions than the Broncos' 22, and Denver had just one receiver catch more than 50 passes and finish with more than 560 yards receiving - Demaryius Thomas with 83 catches and 949 yards. The 30-year-old started in place of the injured Bradford in the 2017 season, throwing for 3,547 yards and 22 touchdowns.

Stay tuned to BSN Denver for all of the latest on the Broncos new quarterback. "Obviously, we have to get better at that (quarterback) position".

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All three quarterbacks were draft picks by Elway, the Hall of Fame quarterback who has only had success at quarterback in free agency.

For Keenum, he will now face a pile of expectations in a quarterback-crazed region that saw its team win a Super Bowl just two seasons ago.

Keenum entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Houston in 2012, despite holding NCAA records for most passing yards, passing touchdowns, and 300-yard passing games, among others.

Manning had a spectacular closing chapter in Denver, leading the Broncos to the playoffs in all four of his seasons, reaching two Super Bowls and winning one.

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