The Aaron Rodgers saga is as unclear as ever. But the Broncos still seem the clear No.1 to land him if he does end up out of Green Bay. And Von Miller thinks the Broncos front office is perfect.
The Denver Broncos will have the most obvious QB Battle heading into training camp, without a single one having the edge over the other. Teddy Bridgewater will head into the OTA’s on his third roster in as many seasons. Lock will hope to rejuvenate the faith that the Broncos had in him after an impressive rookie season. So the QB Battle in Denver should be one of the headlines ahead of training camp.
OFFICIAL: We’ve agreed to trade for QB Teddy Bridgewater.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) April 28, 2021
The Broncos already have 2 semi-starting quality Quarterbacks, but adding Aaron Rodgers to the offense will lift the team to new heights. And Von Miller thinks if anyone can do it, it’s GM George Paton and President John Elway.
Von Miller is comfortable with his 2 QB’s but believes the Broncos could land Aaron Rodgers.
Von Miller was asked what he’s heard about the prospect.
“What have I heard??” the star pass rusher told Mike Klis of 9News on Sunday. “First and foremost, I’m comfortable with Drew. I’m comfortable with Teddy. G.P. (General Manager George Paton) and (president of football operations) John Elway. If A-Rod is out there for us to get him, those are the two guys to have on the job.
“John Elway, he’s done a great job of working the big-time guys before — Peyton (Manning) and DeMarcus (Ware) and Aqib (Talib) — all these other guys. So if there’s a guy to be had, G.P. and John Elway are the two to put on it, if it can be done. If it can’t, I’m comfortable with Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater. They’ve impressed the hell out of me and impressed the hell out of everybody during OTAs.
Von Miller on Aaron Rodgers buzz: “First and foremost, I’m comfortable with Drew, I’m comfortable with Teddy. (George Paton) and John Elway, if A-Rod is out there for us to get him, those are the two guys to have on the job.” (1/3) #9sports https://t.co/IqY9ziSmXX
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) July 12, 2021
“So I’m super excited for those guys. Another year for Drew Lock, I think this will be the time for him to turn it on. So either way, we go, it’s looking bright for us.”
Drew Lock’s sophomore slump saw him win only 4 games and lose 9, as he threw 16 scores to 15 interceptions, despite having a loaded receiver core. Teddy Bridgewater could only lead the team to a 4-11 team. Rodgers on the other hand had another MVP season at age 37. So bringing in Rodgers will be high on the Broncos’ priority list.