Joe Flacco is poised to become a Bronco. What does that mean for both sides, as well as Case Keenum and the rest of the players on the team? In this post, I’ll set out some of the facts that will arise from this trade, in an effort to help us form better opinions, be they positive or negative on the merits. Continue reading The Contractual Ramifications Of Trading For Joe Flacco
Breaking: Baltimore has agreement in principle to trade former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to the Broncos, league sources told ESPN.
Trade cannot be processed until new NFL league year begins Wednesday, March 13. Teams prohibited from commenting on deal or terms surrounding it.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 13, 2019
In my offseason roadmap, the first item on the list was as follows: “Do not cut Case Keenum, and do not renegotiate his contract.” While I will stand by that, I will cede that a cromulent case can be made in opposition, and it’s worth exploring a bit further what the Broncos can do if they feel that paying Keenum $18 million with a $21 million cap hit in 2019 in not appropriate.
Here is a poll where you can give your opinion on the subject, but before you submit your vote, I encourage you to read the entire article, as I hope to better inform your vote before you reach your own opinion.