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The Denver Broncos (still) don’t have a franchise quarterback, even after investing in Paxton Lynch with a first round pick. With that in mind, current Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl winner Brandon Marshall shed a bit of light on what he believes the team will do at the position.

Marshall appeared on NFL Network’s Up To The Minute Live (h/t NFL.com) and provided this foreshadowing with regard to John Elway’s decision.

“In my opinion, we’ve already drafted a quarterback, first round a couple years ago. So we’ve tried that. I think he’s going to get a free-agent quarterback. I think he’s going to go spend some money and fix the position, you know, because it’s kind of a toss-up with these rookie quarterbacks. You never know. But the only thing about getting a free-agent quarterback is some guys will have to go. I hope everybody gets to stay, but that’s just the business.”

It would not be a shock to see Denver go after a veteran rather than pursuing another draft pick, but Marshall went on to say that the Broncos played against “a guy in Week 16 that was pretty good.” That is a direct reference to Washington’s Kirk Cousins, who is set to hit the market, and that would be an intriguing partnership in a number of ways.

Obviously, it would take interest on both sides and, for now, we don’t know if that exists. Still, Cousins in a Broncos uniform would be quite interesting and that is something to monitor in the future.

Super Bowl winner believes he knows which route John Elway will take to find team’s next QB Matthew Stockman/Getty Images
Rowland is a lifelong Atlanta sports fan that also grew up in a Michigan Wolverines household. He previously worked with FanSided, SB Nation and UPROXX sports and covers college football for FanBuzz.
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