Peyton Manning begins operate at the Denver Broncos’ facility Monday when the team’s offseason plan starts. In the short term, the Broncos’ coaching staff ought to be worried about keeping up with their new pupil.
But the organization continues to believe extended term about what will happen in the post-Manning era. The Denver Post reports the team is bringing in Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins and San Diego State’s Ryan Lindley for pre-draft workouts this week.
The team also visited with Brock Osweiler last week. These aren’t just pre-draft smokescreens. We’d be very surprised if the Broncos don’t take a quarterback in this draft, possibly as high as the second round.
Denver stated plenty when it signed Caleb Hanie as Manning’s backup. That’s a sign that they were “all in” with Manning’s well being, and that they planned to bring in a rookie to groom behind Manning. Hanie makes no sense without having another addition.
Don’t be shocked if Lindley, Osweiler, or Cousins winds up being that addition, and having the best quarterback tutor imaginable as a rookie.
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