Though many may not be fond of the idea of Tony Romo joining the Denver Broncos, you can count two players that suited up in orange and blue last season amongst those who support the notion.

During an appearance on the NFL Network on Sunday, pass rusher DeMarcus Ware stated that he thought Romo could perform in the Mile High City.

“I just think he (would) be a great fit for the Denver Broncos,” said Ware, though he did add that the Broncos have “already got two vested guys in Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch.”

Ware’s support of Tony Romo should come as no surprise. The two were teammates with the Dallas Cowboys for nine seasons. Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has never played with Romo, but still thinks he would benefit if the Broncos add the veteran quarterback, as he told NFL Network.

“I think Tony Romo will fit good in (offensive coordinator Mike) McCoy’s system,” said Sanders. “It’s a no-huddle, up-tempo offense. I think that it’s gonna be similar to the Cowboys.

“I feel like we will win ballgames with Tony Romo or potentially a championship.”

Coming off of his third straight 1,000 yard campaign, Sanders did voice his displeasure with his lack of targets in September. That being said, he did offer some praise for both Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch; also stating he was willing to defer to Broncos general manager John Elway‘s good judgement.

“I’m always gonna take it back and I’m just gonna put it on John Elway,” said Sanders. “In John Elway I trust.”