Denver Broncos Sign Young Quarterback

The Denver Broncos were the talk of the NFL last off-season when they picked up All-Pro Quarterback Russell Wilson, but after a dreadful 2022 season that had the team labelled as the NFL's biggest disappointment, it's clear that this off-season now becomes crucial to any potential success going forward.

With some money cleared in recent days, they'll have the ability to go out and chase some big names, but on the first day of free agency, Denver played it safe, as they found themselves an adequate backup QB in the form of Jarrett Stidham.

Stidham was a fourth round pick in the 2019 draft, and has spent time with both the Patriots and Raiders since then, and while he's not going to challenge Wilson for the starting role, he will serve as a very good backup going forward, earning $10 million over the course of his two-year deal. 

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