In case you have not heard, the Denver Broncos are in the market for a quarterback. The Colin Kaepernick talks are not done or dead, but we await the decision. Broncos have expressed interest in Tyrod Taylor, which should surprise no one.
The Broncos expressed interest in Taylor last season before Brock Osweiler was named the backup. Taylor has experience with head coach Gary Kubiak that should excite Broncos fans in case trade for Kaepernick falls through.
Interestingly enough, Broncos appear to have deviated from the standard Peyton Manning type quarterback. The attention to Taylor and Kaepernick is appealing to the fans, but more importantly is the new wave of quarterback play and fits the Broncos’ mold of offense. Taylor has the Michael Vick talent, but mixed with Russell Wilson’s gamer mentality. The weapons at Taylor’s disposal in Buffalo would indicate he will only get better with more reps and same if he was traded to Denver.
The Buffalo Bills, according to Taylor’s agent, Adisa Bakari, did not miss the postseason because of Taylor, but on discipline. As competitive as the AFC East is, Taylor would see his chances rise if he was in fact moved to the Broncos.
It is baffling to me the Buffalo Bills would allow this trade to happen, but Bakari seems to not have any confidence in Buffalo. Kaepernick was the fallback option to Osweiler and now it appears Taylor is the fallback option for the Broncos.
Keep up to date on the latest Broncos offseason move and the NFL Draft this April.