Brock Osweiler QB DEN 4 Months

Osweiler completed 10-of-13 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's preseason game against the 49ers.

Osweiler followed Peyton Manning's dominant performance in a Broncos' rout that eventually finished 34-0. It was a solid performance, although Osweiler isn't likely to see much of the field during the regular season if Peyton Manning stays healthy.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN 6 Months

According to the Denver Post, Broncos No. 2 quarterback Brock Osweiler "looks ready" to lead Denver's offense in the event of a Peyton Manning injury.

The Post reported in May that the Broncos "really like" their 2012 second-round pick, who was solid during OTAs. Only 23 years old, Osweiler is an interesting Dynasty prospect who could flirt with QB1 value in re-draft leagues if Peyton missed time. The Broncos have great weapons and play with a fast pace.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN 8 Months15 Comments

According to the Denver Post, the Broncos still "really like" No. 2 QB Brock Osweiler.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN 9 Months2 Comments

The Denver Post expects Brock Osweiler to depart via free agency before getting a chance to start for the Broncos.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN May 10 '79

The Denver Post says QB Brock Osweiler has been the Broncos' most improved player between last year's training camp and this one.

Things are slowing down for the strong-armed, 6'7/242 Osweiler in his second NFL season. It doesn't look like he'll have any trouble beating out Zac Dysert for the backup job this season and still projects as the franchise's quarterback of the future. Peyton Manning is entering his age-37 season.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN Jan 30 '79

Broncos 2012 second-round pick Brock Osweiler has reportedly showed a "power arm" in practices and VP of Football Operations John Elway likes Osweiler's "mental makeup and swagger."

Osweiler is "clearly" Denver's No. 2 QB and heir apparent to Peyton Manning, per the Denver Post. The Post anticipates the Broncos using a third-day draft pick on a developmental passer like Miami of Ohio's Zac Dysert in order to get three quarterbacks in the meeting room with Manning. Osweiler is an intriguing long-term prospect in Dynasty fantasy leagues. Peyton turned 37 in March.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN Oct 26 '78

Both coach John Fox and executive John Elway said they consider Brock Osweiler the quarterback of the future.

Osweiler was limited to strict clipboard duty in his rookie season as Peyton Manning played in all 16 games. But the Broncos' brass liked what they saw out of their second-round pick in practice. "Brock made the progress that we thought he would," Elway said. Manning will turn 37 years old in March.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN May 30 '78

Playing the entire second half, Broncos rookie Brock Osweiler completed just 5-of-11 passes for 38 yards against the Seahawks in the second preseason game.

Denver was outgained 302 yards to 37 after halftime, as Osweiler was severely outplayed by fellow rookie Russell Wilson, who led three touchdown drives over 68 yards apiece. In a preview of what would likely occur should Peyton Manning miss time, the Broncos offense was thoroughly inept with Osweiler under center. "I'm concerned with all of our depth at this point," conceded coach John Fox.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN May 17 '78

Rookie Brock Osweiler is the No. 3 quarterback on Denver's initial depth chart, with Caleb Hanie listed as Peyton Manning's primary backup.

It's just a veteran's courtesy for Hanie, as beat writer Jeff Legwold recently reported Osweiler has been "solidly" the No. 2 thus far in team drills. Barring a disastrous preseason, Osweiler will open the year as Manning's top handcuff.

Brock Osweiler QB DEN May 14 '78

The Denver Post anticipates second-round pick Brock Osweiler breaking camp as the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback barring preseason implosion.

Per beat writer Jeff Legwold, Osweiler has been "solidly" the No. 2 so far in team drills, ahead of Caleb Hanie and Adam Weber. The Broncos have reportedly been pleased by offseason tweaks to Osweiler's throwing motion, which was largely sidearm at Arizona State. He's someone to track in Dynasty leagues.