With Mark Sanchez currently holding the top position as Denver Broncos quarterback, Brock Osweiler finding a new home with the Houston Texans and few real options on the free agent market, the organization is now reportedly turning to the trade market.
In the final year of his contract (has a voidable 2017) following a standout season in Buffalo, it would likely be difficult to acquire Tyrod Taylor via trade. The Bills are reportedly in the quarterback market, though, making a potential deal for Taylor not as unlikely as initially thought.
The former Virginia Tech standout threw for over 3,000 yards, 20 touchdowns and just six interceptions in 14 starts last season. Would Taylor even be worth the third- or fourth-round pick it would take to acquire Colin Kaepernick? We’ll certainly find out if this is true.