The Facts: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Siemian is expected to be available through a trade as the Broncos plan to aggressively overhaul their quarterback room, per a source informed of the situation.
Diehards Line: Rapoport was told that next season's roster could include 2016 first-rounder Paxton Lynch and two new signal-callers. Denver is expected to make a powerful push for free-agent Kirk Cousins. If the former Redskins quarterback can't be lured west, additional open-market possibilities include Case Keenum, AJ McCarron, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford. The Broncos also sit in solid position to grab a top college prospect with the fifth-overall pick in the draft. Meanwhile, as NFL.com's Marc Sessler suggests, Siemian is unlikely to generate great demand on the open market. A late-round pick should do the trick, but it's just as likely the former starter is released. It's worth noting that ex-Broncos offensive coordinator Rick Dennison is now an assistant with the passer-needy Jets, while Siemian's former quarterbacks coach, Greg Knapp, is with the Falcons -- a team in need of an upgrade over aging backup Matt Schaub.