Denver's defense isn't quite as good as it was in '15 but it's still a top-10 unit, and adding a competent quarterback immediately makes the Broncos a playoff contender.
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After a rough 2017 season, it's unlikely that the Broncos get anything more than a late-round pick for Siemian. The team is still looking for Peyton Manning's successor in Denver with the three quarterbacks they've brought in over the last few years simply not cutting it under center leaving John Elway with no choice but to keep looking for other options. "If the former Redskins quarterback can't be lured west, additional open-market possibilities include Case Keenum, AJ McCarron, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford", Marc Sessler said in his report for NFL.com.
Siemian might not draw much in a trade, but he could be a backup for some team in need of one.
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The 26-year-old, who played his college football at Northwestern University, was originally selected by the Broncos in the seventh round (250th pick overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. He started 14 games that season, throwing for 3,401 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions and posting an 8-6 record. Sessler has even suggested that Denver will likely have to release him if they can not find a willing trade partner.
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The biggest payment that they found was to current Dallas Mavericks point guard and former NC State star, Dennis Smith Jr . And Michigan State Interim Athletics Director Bill Beekman said, "MSU is committed to a culture of NCAA compliance".