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However, the Broncos may still jump at a possibility of giving Tony Romo the Denver Broncos quarterback job if the opportunity strikes.

By late afternoon, John Elway came along and faced two options: Close the door shut on Romo, or open up the possibility a little more.

"I think that we've got two young [quarterbacks] that we're happy with, that we think can be very good football players in this league", Elway said. "We talk about all those types of things, so we'll see what happens".

The Texans and Denver Broncos have been prominent in the Romo speculation.

They could split the cap charge over two years if they designate him a post-June 1 release. Tony Romo conceded the starting quarterback job to fourth round rookie Dak Prescott, and now the best QB in the history of the Cowboys is looking for a new home. Romo wants to start again and Jerry Jones, the Cowboys owner, is likely going to cater to Romo's desire.

Head Coach Vance Joseph said he was satisfied with Siemian and Lynch, believing the Broncos could be successful with either, depending on who emerges this summer. Romo, if healthy, would certainly be an upgrade and provides a bit of veteran insurance and mentorship for Lynch, last year's first round draft choice. "I think that we have to get better offensively and this is the time of year that we have to get better". "Hopefully a long future".

"This is the time of year that you look at everything", Elway said.

"Lots of things going into that as far as where he wants to be, how much he wants to play and his role", said Joseph of Ware, who projects as a 20-snap player if he remains with the Broncos.

"Once we get to that point where we know where we are, we'll kick the tires on everything and do our homework on everything and then make the best decision for what's right for the Broncos".

The Denver Broncos offense struggled in 2016 with two young inexperienced quarterbacks under center, and Denver failed to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2010 season as a result. Denver has bigger questions about its offensive line and running game. "He played with a horrific shoulder injury that most guys wouldn't play with", Joseph said. "We're fine there with those two kids". However, even if they were to restructure and pay Taylor a similar amount of money, it would just be pushing more money into future years, and it could make it harder to part ways with the quarterback in the future.

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