Pardon Brock Osweiler if he gets an overwhelming sense of deja vu.
Osweiler (6-7, 240 pounds) is returning to the team that selected him in the second round of the 2012 National Football League draft. Osweiler signed a four-year, $72 million deal with the Texans to leave Denver. Per numerous confirmed reports, Osweiler is signing with the Broncos a day after being dumped by the Cleveland Browns.
Still, there's damage to be repaired.
Kessler started eight games last season, including one against the Steelers, and went 0-8.
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Nor has, of course, rookie starter DeShone Kizer, who will be looking to win the first game he ever plays IN LESS THAN A WEEK BY THE WAY against the Steelers in Cleveland. There were many among the Broncos' faithful who, because of Lynch's injury, had hoped the team would pick Sloter to be the backup quarterback to start the season.
Some of Elway's old words are important, too.
"I don't think many people could have seen this situation taking place, but I will say I'm beyond excited that it did take place", Osweiler said.
The signing is pending his physical on Monday in Denver, but that shouldn't be a problem.
Assuming you didn't donate them to a local thrift store, you might want to break out those Brock Osweiler jerseys. "It's a bit amusing how everything aligned", Elway said (via the Denver Post).
"When we look at it, he knows our system". He's got a lot of experience and so that was one glaring hole we had when Paxton hurt the shoulder. Elway's original plan in 2016 was to make Osweiler the starter, and now, not only does he get to go back to that original plan, but he'll likely be able to do it at his own price. "It won't be the entire offense that we installed from the spring, but it would be Brock's package".