The Denver Broncos have a glaring problem at the quarterback position. The team currently has three quarterbacks on the roster (Brock Osweiler, Paxton Lynch, and Trevor Siemian) that were all at one point promising prospects, but now it appears John Elway and company will be looking for a new leader under center in the NFL offseason.

Perhaps the team’s top target to be their new quarterback is Kirk Cousins of the Washington Redskins. After back-to-back years of being franchise tagged by the Redskins, Cousins will likely be on the move with Denver a genuine possibility to be his next destination in the league. Head coach Vance Joseph recently spoke about Cousins ahead of their matchup with Washington in Week 16, via ESPN’s Jeff Legwold.

“I think he’s a special guy,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said of Cousins on Wednesday. “Numberswise he’s top 10 in all the QB categories. Watch the guy play: He’s poised, he’s smart, he’s got a really strong arm; I wasn’t sure about that, but as I watch more tape, he can make every throw on the field. He’s a tough guy also. He’s been hit a lot this year … and he hasn’t blinked at all.’’

Cousins declined to answer any questions about his future after the 2017 NFL campaign as he’s currently focused on facing the Broncos in Week 16 rather than joining them next season, via Legwold.