Denver Broncos Bring Back Brock

Denver Broncos Bring Back Brock

Denver Broncos Bring Back Brock

Confirming an earlier report by cleveland.com, the Broncos agreed to terms with Osweiler on a one-year deal worth the veteran minimum of $775,000, meaning the Browns will now only have to pay him $15,225,000 this season.

Osweiler will step in right away behind starter Trevor Siemian, mirroring the role he played under Peyton Manning for four seasons in Denver. Osweiler's decision to leave Denver led Broncos general manager John Elway to rip on his former quarterback on several occasions.

Denver won Super Bowl 50 later that year.

Following that season Osweiler rejected a multi-year deal to stay in the mile high city, instead accepting a four year $72m offer from the Houston Texans. That means it's possible that Osweiler could serve as the backup behind Siemian as he grows to learn the system being run by new Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. Manning then took every snap in the playoffs. "It won't be the entire offense that we installed from the spring, but it would be Brock's package". That was the first thing I said to him when we talked yesterday. He's been through a lot. As you know, it's always fluid, so we'll cross that bridge when Paxton gets healthy.

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Elway said there are no hard feelings from their previous split.

The Browns let Osweiler go after trying unsuccessfully to trade him. "And so it's just kind of amusing how these things worked out with our situation and Brock being available". "We've got chemistry (as a quarterback-receiver)".

"To be honest with you, no", Osweiler said when asked if he ever thought he would ever be with the Broncos again after leaving in 2016 as a free agent. That's where the Broncos, dealing with an injury to Paxton Lynch, came into play. Osweiler was the only QB cut as the Browns kept rookie DeShone Kizer, Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan - none of whom has won an National Football League game. Now, the Browns are paying Osweiler more than $15 million this season, while the Broncos are paying him less than a million. "It's a bit amusing how everything aligned", Elway said (via the Denver Post).

Ward was due $4.5 million this year but his release was a product of Denver's depth at the position.

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