After the Washington Redskins front office decided to trade for Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith a few weeks ago, Kirk Cousins is now on the market. Tops Sports list five teams that could definitely use the help of this highly touted signal caller. 1. Denver Broncos How many times have you heard folks
After months of speculation that Mark Sanchez would be the Denver Broncos starting quarterback for the 2016 regular season, head coach Gary Kubiak has decided to go in a different direction. As of yesterday, Kubiak named Trevor Semian the Broncos opening day starting quarterback. The opportunity that Sanchez had with the
Denver Broncos outside linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP, Von Miller, finally got the money that he had always wanted when he signed a six-year worth $114.5 million with a league record $70 million guaranteed. Miller’s new deal also makes him the highest paid non-quarterback in NFL history according to ESPN.Com.
After two years of searching for a quarterback that can lead them into contention for the AFC South Title for seasons to come, the Houston Texans finally found their guy. Last week the Texans signed former Broncos quarterback, Brock Osweiler to a four-year $72 million dollar contract. Osweiler was supposed