In a strange turn of events we have the always rare quarterback trade rumor popping up twice on the same day.
This time around according to Pro Football Talk it's reportedly the Denver Broncos who are looking to get rid of wasted cap space at the position by trading Mark Sanchez away prior to the start of the regular season. The move for Denver makes a great deal of sense, not only would they save a whopping $3.5 million against the salary cap, but they would also avoid paying the conditional 7th round draft pick that was part of the trade to acquire Sanchez from the Philadelphia Eagles.
While there have been no rumored trading partners for the Broncos, the obvious name that comes to mind is the Dallas Cowboys who have lost their starting QB for up to 10 weeks. Sanchez while clearly not capable of playing a starting role in the NFL could serve as a useful and experienced back up for the Cowboys, although it's important to note this is purely speculation on my part.