Next week's NFL Scouting Combine promises to deliver a whirlwind of chatter, gossip and juicy rumors.
The machine is already churning in Denver, where the future of quarterback Trevor Siemian is entirely up in the air.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Siemian is expected to be available through a trade as the Broncos plan to aggressively overhaul their quarterback room, per a source informed of the situation.
Rapoport was told that next season's roster could include 2016 first-rounder Paxton Lynch and two new signal-callers.
As for Siemian, he's not about to drum up a storm of demand on the open market. A late-round pick should do the trick, but it's just as likely the former starter is released. Last year's meltdown aside, Siemian would make for a reliable backup if he can stay healthy.