The 36-year-old is coming off another missed season due to injury and makes too much money for a backup role in 'Big D', leading to several rumors
that he will be dealt before the upcoming NFL players draft in April.
Before the trade deadline last season there was plenty of speculation about a possible move and Denver was one team that appeared to have interest, despite the good start the Broncos had under young signal caller Trevor Siemian, but it was clear by seasons end that this team needed more leadership on offense and that has led to buzz on social media about a possible deal.
Matt Conner of Fan Sided is the latest
to report about a possible move and based his article on movement from betting lines in Las Vegas. With one of the best defensive units in the game and some solid skilled position players, it makes sense for Denver to at least kick the tires and see what it would take to land the veteran quarterback.
The Sporting News has also shown
some interest in a potential trade and writer Vinnie Iyer makes some good points in what could make the Broncos a true Super Bowl contender in 2017. General manager John Elway has been proactive in making deals since taking over the front office and with plenty of room under the NFL salary cap and not much money paid out at the position, it wouldn't break the bank to add the former All Pro.
One thing is clear, Dallas must move on from the veteran and give Romo the chance to play elsewhere to closeout his career. Denver is a best case scenario for both sides and at the right price, this could be a win-win proposition for both franchises.