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Draft Scout *Brock Osweiler News
03/10/16 - QB Brock Osweiler signed a four-year, $72 million contract with the Texans.
Osweiler, 5-2 as a starter in his fourth season with the Broncos after sitting for three seasons in Denver, said he felt the Texans were on the verge of "something special" and did not regret leaving a chance to start for the reigning Super Bowl champions.
Vice president and general manager John Elway said Wednesday the Broncos would pursue players who "want to be Broncos."
03/09/16 - QB Brock Osweiler agreed to terms with the Houston Texans, leaving the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos without a starter.
Agent Jimmy Sexton fielded only one known offer from the Broncos -- three years for $45 million. Osweiler was a second-round pick of Denver in 2012 and started seven games, all in 2015, with Manning dealing with a foot injury.
03/07/16 - If the Denver Broncos view quarterback Brock Osweiler as the future of the organization, he expects to be paid like it.
Osweiler, 25, who started seven games last season and is scheduled to become a free agent on Wednesday, was offered a three-year, $45 million deal including incentives to become the starting quarterback of the Broncos with Peyton Manning retiring.
The offer falls between Nick Foles' $12.25 million per year deal and Andy Dalton's $16 million annual average.
But Osweiler is set to test the market unless the Broncos make a more competitive offer. Two lurking candidates to sign him to a deal closer to market value -- $19 million to $21 million per year -- are the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns. The New York Jets would have to manuever to make room under the salary cap if they joined the bidding.
Ultimately, Osweiler is expected to stay with the Broncos but it is not known how high president and general manager John Elway is willing to go to retain him. Despite Osweiler's minimal sample size in the regular season, the Broncos drafted and developed him and no team has a better grasp for his ability, Elway said at the Super Bowl.
01/20/16 - QB Brock Osweiler (knee) was listed as a full participant in practice Wednesday.
01/14/16 - QB Brock Osweiler spent Wednesday working out with team strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson because of a knee injury he suffered against the Chargers on Jan. 3.