NFL Latest Trade Rumors & Update: Trevor Siemian Unfazed With Potential Coming Of Tony Romo To Denver
The Denver Broncos have so far been surviving with lesser-known quarterbacks like Trevor Siemian and rookie Paxton Lynch but that could all change after this season. As most know, Tony Romo has been linked to a possibly move to Denver, which means that Siemian and Lynch could move down for the veteran quarterback.
A lot of this has to do with the fact that Dak Prescott has proven to be a gem of a quarterback in just his rookie season. Despite the fondness of team owner Jerry Jones on Tony Romo, it seems imminent that the 36-year-old will not settle for a backup role moving forward.
As far as Siemian is concerned, he seems to be unfazed with the talks involving a possible Tony Romo coming, Denver7ABC reported. He says he is not too worried about it as he focuses on the Broncos next game this Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Not too many believe that Siemian is not bothered by the possibility of Tony Romo coming in – a scenario that would dislodge him as the starting quarterback for the Broncos. He could be demoted to backup or even third-string, depending on how he and Lynch perform.
After winning Super Bowl 50, it would not be surprising for Denver to look at options. That includes eyeing proven quarterbacks such as Tony Romo once the 2016-17 NFL season is over. But will the Broncos bite?
One thing that the Broncos and other teams would be wary of is Romo’s bout with injuries. This season alone, he was kept out for most of it following a back injury he sustained in the NFL preseason.
That plus the fact that he is already 36-years-old could be points against him and a lot depends on how teams evaluate his actual state. On the field, there is no question Romo can call the shots. Outside, however, it depends on what the physicians would say.
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