The Denver Broncos might permit veteran quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to go away through free company when the brand new NFL yr opens on March 16, and neither new head coach Nathaniel Hackett nor new offensive coordinator Justin Outten have publicly dedicated to 2019 second-round draft decide Drew Lock being atop the depth chart when summer season coaching camp periods start.
Hackett was beforehand Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator earlier than accepting the Denver gig, however Broncos basic supervisor George Paton said in late January that rent was not about luring present Green Bay starter and future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers to city. Rodgers may or may not be on the cusp of signing a brand new take care of the Packers, however Paton advised Tuesday he’d be keen to pay a heavy worth for a confirmed signal-caller.
“I just think that’s the flexibility you have when you have a lot of picks,” Paton responded when requested if he’d commerce a number of first-round alternatives for a top-tier quarterback, per Jeff Legwold of ESPN. “We have 11 picks, so if we needed to give just a little to go get a participant, we will do it, and it isn’t going to handcuff you for the draft … Everything’s on the desk; we do like having picks.”
Paton later added in regards to the place:
“Everything’s on the table. You don’t know who is going to be available, you don’t know who is going to be available in free agency, the draft, lot of ways to acquire them. We’re keeping all our options open.”
If Rodgers and the Packers in the end proceed their marriage by way of not less than the 2022 season, the Broncos might shift their focus towards Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks: