Trading for Flacco was smart by the Broncos, saving them cap space rather than signing him via free agency.
Flacco and Keenum's numbers are so similar, it's difficult to say the veteran QB was smart to trade for.
Flacco, 34, is a career 64 percent passer and has thrown for 38,245 yards in his 11 NFL seasons. From 2008-12, Flacco led the Ravens to the playoffs in five consecutive seasons, including a Super Bowl victory in 2012.
Who lands on the Broncos Mount Rushmore of wide receivers? Should Tight-ends be included? Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt goes over the list and more in the latest Broncos Blitz podcast.
The free agent market is limited this spring, but there are a variety of intriguing options for the Broncos to consider.
Despite not having a team in Colorado, there was also a local interest in the AAF as a variety of players with local ties are participating in the spring league.
During the 2019 season, the Broncos will play Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville, Tennessee and its three divisional opponents at home.
Quarterback is the popular option for the Broncos at No. 10, but cornerback is a bigger need. We look at one in particular who's been mocked to Denver on Friday.
Looking at the Broncos current tight end group and what moves they could potentially make over the offseason to improve the position.
Phillip Lindsay extends his philanthropic efforts to a local veteran in need of dialysis.
With two of their most key defensive linemen becoming free agents in Shelby Harris and Domata Peko, the Broncos have big decisions to make in the trenches.
Von Miller and Chris Harris continue to prove their two of the best players in the NFL and at their respective positions. Ed Donatell will likely love the talent on that side of the ball even before free agency and the draft.
The 2019 NFL Combine begins on Tuesday, February 26 and goes through Monday, March 4.