We didn't play well there previous year.
The Broncos will become Keenum's fourth National Football League team after the Houston Texans, Rams (in both St. Louis and Los Angeles) and Minnesota Vikings.
Plenty of teams are looking to upgrade under center this offseason, and the Broncos are reportedly the first team to nab one through free agency.
There are sure to be more dominoes to fall in the quarterback free-agent frenzy that will officially begin on Wednesday.
Keenum led the Minnesota Vikings this past season to the NFC Championship game after playing a key role in the "Minnesota Miracle" in which Keenum threw a prayer pass to Stephon Diggs with no time left. However, NFL Media reported Tuesday that Brees will get a two-year, $50 million deal to return to New Orleans.
Siemian, Lynch and Chad Kelly, a seventh-rounder a year ago who sat out his rookie season with injuries, remain on the roster. Thirdly, it was Sam Bradford intending to sign with the Arizona Cardinals.
Thomas, 30, was the 22nd selected player in the 2010 NFL Draft by way of these very same Broncos.
The New York Jets planned to bring back Josh McCown on a one-year, $10 million contract. He's played the complete schedule twice, missed the entire 2014 season and was limited to two games with the Vikings in 2017.
Keenum is a player the Broncos know well because Kubiak, now the Broncos' senior personnel adviser, coached him for two seasons while he was head coach of the Houston Texans.
McCarron will become an unrestricted free agent on Wednesday after spending the past four seasons behind Andy Dalton with the Cincinnati Bengals.