as declared in It wasn’t Tony Romo as so many fans were anticipating, but guard Ronald Leary.
The Denver Broncos have signed a former Dallas Cowboys player in free agency.
Leary will fly to Denver on Friday to sign his four-year, $35 million deal that includes $20 million guaranteed.
He’s expected to slide in at left guard with Max Garcia moving over to battle it out with Michael Schofield on the right side.
Although the Broncos have been mentioned as a prime landing spot should the Cowboys part ways with Romo, Denver GM John Elway is happy with the two young QBs he has in Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch.
according to If the Broncos land Romo, Trevor Siemian could become expendable.
If the Texans land Romo, they have to decide if Brock Osweiler remains their backup, or if they’ll want Tom Savage in that role.
The Dallas Cowboys were expected to release Tony Romo when the offseason began, but now Chris Mortensen is reporting a trade could be in the works.
Mortensen is reporting Dallas is speaking with Denver and Houston about a deal, and Denver is in turn talking with the New York Jets about dealing Trevor Siemian.
I think most people hope he ends up with the New York Jets in what would feel like a purely Jets-y move.
Tony Romo rollercoaster takes odd turn; Calais Campbell picks Jaguars over Broncos – The Denver Post
according to “As we’ve talked about, I don’t want to back up on defense,” Elway said.
“So I think when you start talking about another veteran quarterback, you don’t just talk about next year.
We have a lot to think about here going forward, but we’ll see what happens.
I just wanted to tell you it’s been a crazy 48 hours here,” he said in an Instagram video Thursday.
Their hunt for an offensive tackle is still on, as Russell Okung left for the Chargers on a four-year deal.
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