What a difference a season makes.
This time last season, the Broncos’ quarterback corps was completely different. Before there was Joe Flacco, Drew Lock, Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien, there was Case Keenum, Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly. Here a look at what happened on to Denver’s gunslingers:
Case Keenum, Washington Redskins
Traded to Washington in the offseason,” Keenum is battling Colt McCoy and rookie Dwayne Haskins for the starting job. Keenum wsa listed on Monday since the QB2 in the team’s preseason depth chart, true he told NBC Sports Washington, was “news to me. ”
Paxton Lynch, Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson is secured in as Seattle’s starter, but the No. 2 spot is wide open. Lynch is battling former Jets first-round pick Geno Smith for the function. According to The Associated Press, “Seattle has been intrigued by Lynch’s mix of dimensions and running talent, but his passing has been inconsistent. ”
Chad Kelly, Indianapolis Colts
The embattled quarterback who was released by the Broncos after his arrest on suspicion of criminal trespassing, obtained with the Colts in May. He’s listed as the No. 4 star in Circle, supporting Andrew Luck, Jacoby Brissett and Phillip Walker. According to USA Today, “as much talent as Kelly might have as a potential backup to Andrew Luck, he should keep out of trouble to the field. ”
What about the 2017 quarterbacks? Trevor Siemian is listed because the Jets’ No. 2 quarterback behind Sam Darnold, and Kyle Sloter is your No. 3 QB at Minnesota.
— Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post
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