Trevor Siemian's trade market reportedly is growing strong. Sources tell RosterWatch.com that "several suitors" have surfaced for the veteran quarterback. The Atlanta Falcons, in particular, are considered a landing spot due to the presence of Greg Knapp, the Broncos' former quarterbacks coach who on Monday took the same position in Atlanta. The pairing also makes sense as the Falcons have only 36-year-old Matt Schaub behind franchise QB Matt Ryan. Schaub is due $2.75 million in base salary next season, with a $1.25M signing bonus, a $1.5M roster bonus and a salary cap hit of $5.5M. The team would clear $3.25M by releasing him. Siemian, who just turned 26, is signed through 2018 at a very reasonable salary of $705,000; the Broncos would recoup that by trading or cutting him, leaving behind only $13,196 in dead money.
Report: Falcons emerge as potential trade partner for Siemian
247 Sports | Jan 23