After seeing Peyton Manning retire and Brock Osweiler leave in free agency, the Denver Broncos have found at least a temporary answer at quarterback.
Mike Klis of News 9 in Denver reported that the Broncos are trading from Eagles backup quarterback Mark Sanchez in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2017.
Sanchez appeared to be the odd-man-out after the Eagles committed big money to Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel this offseason.
It’s unclear if this will be the Broncos’ only move for a quarterback, but in the meantime, they have found a competent quarterback who could start for them if need be. Sanchez played four games in 2015, throwing four touchdowns, four interceptions, and completing 64.8% of his passes.
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