While there is no guarantee that the veteran will be back in a Broncos uniform in 2019, the organization is at least considering the move.
Ismail explained how Flacco should be physically ready to go after sitting out the majority of the 2018 season, which is good news for the Broncos because Flacco is a "great" quarterback when healthy.
Brandon Marshall's play on the field was certainly solid, but his impact in the community was far greater.
With Brandon Marshall leaving Denver, the Broncos will need someone to fill his void immediately. We break down four free agent players who could fill that hole.
After six solid seasons in Denver, Brandon Marshall's time is coming to an end in the Broncos' orange and blue.
Should the Broncos have signed Nick Foles instead of trading for Joe Flacco?
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.