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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Whenever John Elway talks about a deal, contract, player or most anything that crosses his desk for the Denver Broncos, two words almost always sum up how he goes about making the decision.

It comes down to what “makes sense.”

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For the second time in his tenure as the Broncos’ top football executive, Elway has decided to make sense of the quarterback dilemma by securing a former Super Bowl MVP with some health questions.

In 2012, Elway signed Peyton Manning, whose playing future was decidedly uncertain at the time after four neck surgeries. The rest is part of Broncos lore: four consecutive division titles in Manning’s four seasons, two Super Bowl trips and a Super Bowl 50 win in Manning’s final game.

Joe Flacco missed seven games this season. AP Photo/Nick Wass
And now, after three years of wandering the quarterback wilderness, three playoff misses and back-to-back seasons of double-digit losses, Elway has a trade in place for Joe Flacco. The Broncos are expected, when everything becomes official, to send a midround pick to the Ravens (expected to be one of their two fourth-round picks) for the Super Bowl XLVII MVP.

But now comes four weeks’ worth of public dissection and no public comment from Elway, coach Vic Fangio or anyone else in the organization. The trade cannot become official until March 13, so by league rules, the Broncos cannot talk about the move until then.

And there are plenty of questions still to answer.

Start with: What happens to Case Keenum? A year ago, Elway signed Keenum to a two-year, $36 million deal and said Keenum had a better year in 2017 than Kirk Cousins, whom the Broncos had also looked at in free agency. Keenum might not have been as good as the Broncos had hoped, but he also played behind an injured offensive line, saw wide receiver Demaryius Thomas traded in November and lost wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a season-ending torn Achilles in December.

Keenum, who had hoped to be the Broncos starter long-term, carries a salary-cap charge of $21 million if he’s on the roster for the coming season and would have a bigger cap charge than Flacco’s $18.5 million.

Team sources said Elway spoke with Keenum on Wednesday morning about what has transpired this week, just after the Broncos and Ravens narrowed the terms on a Flacco trade. And in the coming weeks and months, the Broncos could try to trade Keenum, release him or, yes, keep him.

The Broncos have used four different starting quarterbacks over the last two seasons, missed the playoffs for the last three seasons and have no QB prospect they drafted on the roster. And Flacco has had back and hip troubles in recent seasons, so keeping Keenum is not off the table.

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The Broncos must pay Keenum $7 million of his $18 million base salary whether he’s on the roster or not. Also, the salary-cap savings if Keenum is released ($11 million) and the “dead money” hit — salary-cap charge for a player no longer on the roster — of $10 million are roughly the same.

The Broncos also have the No. 10 pick of the draft, with picks in the upper third of the second and third rounds as well. So quarterback should, and will, get a long look from the team in the buildup to April.

In short, Flacco’s arrival, just like Keenum’s a year ago, is not a long-term solution for the Broncos. Flacco turned 34 last month and lost his starting job after an injury this past season. Despite Elway’s continued resistance to saying he is rebuilding, the Broncos eventually have to have a plan that goes beyond the upcoming season at their most important position.

“We always talk about rebuilding, but if I say we’re ‘rebuilding,’ that sounds like an excuse,” Elway said last month. “That’s why I don’t like to use that word, because it sounds like an excuse. Our standards are still the same. We’re still going to come in, we’re going to go into this offseason and do the best we can to try to get better football players and try to get to where next year we can go into training camp and we’re ready to compete for a playoff spot. … To me, a rebuild sounds like an excuse, and I’m not going to make any excuses.”

Elway is always in what he calls win “from now on” mode, and Flacco’s arrival is more proof of that. And while it might be the fix the Broncos want in 2019, quarterback remains their biggest question mark beyond that.

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They have options. This isn’t 2013, when the only healthy quarterback was rookie Geno Smith. This isn’t 2009, when the only competition for rookie Mark Sanchez was the marginally talented Kellen Clemens. The Jets have two starting-caliber quarterbacks in Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater, a couple of wise heads who could hold the fort until the Darnold era commences.

Coach Todd Bowles always says he will start the quarterback who gives them the best chance to win now. That’s “the main factor,” he said. Based on that premise, Bridgewater should be the guy. He was terrific in the first two preseason games, bringing energy, poise and production to the offense. His surgically repaired knee felt so good Thursday night that he actually didn’t mind getting banged around by potential tacklers, prompting a funny remark from an incredulous Bowles.

“I told him I have a neighborhood where he can go and get hit quite a bit if he wants to get hit,” Bowles said.

Bridgewater’s candidacy is atypical because there’s a chance he could get traded. If the Jets are comfortable with Darnold and McCown, they will listen to offers, perhaps hoping to flip Bridgewater for an enticing draft pick.

Even though he’s only 25, Bridgewater can’t be the Jets’ future because they’ve invested so much in Darnold, so it’s a one-and-done situation. If they can secure a third-round pick from a quarterback-needy team, they should make the trade and open the season with McCown, who has shown no signs of slippage in limited practice and game action.

McCown and Bridgewater are here for a reason. It would be shortsighted to ignore them.

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OXBOROUGH, Mass. — The New England Patriots’ decision to part ways with third-year wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell on Monday appears to be a situation where the club waited as long as it felt it could for his knee to reach a point where both were comfortable before making a roster move. Time just ran out.

Until Mitchell practiced regularly, his place on the team’s depth chart was questionable. The receiver position has been one of the top stories of training camp as the Patriots transition without Danny Amendola and Brandin Cooks, and plan for life without Julian Edelman for the first four games.
The Patriots decided to cut ties with Malcolm Mitchell, who has been unable to come back from a knee injury that kept him out all of last season. Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports
Here are some of my thoughts on the way the depth chart looks:

Edelman (5-foot-10, 198 pounds): The clear-cut No. 1 option, he has been hard on himself for a few drops in practice and said this past Friday that his legs aren’t yet where they need to be as he returns from a torn ACL that cost him the 2017 season.

Chris Hogan (6-1, 210): He has usually aligned opposite Edelman in the two-receiver set and has also taken some punt returns. Given his familiarity with Tom Brady, he figures to be leaned on a bit more during Edelman’s absence.

Phillip Dorsett (5-10, 192): He’s been one of the notable performers of the first 10 practices — at times breaking off to a second field with Brady and a few others — and it’s hard to imagine him not on the initial 53-man roster at this point. His versatility to align in all the spots adds to his value and he’s clearly more comfortable in 2018 after having a full offseason with the Patriots.

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As I watched Monday night’s preseason affair between the Giants and Browns (you can’t say I’m not a pro), I found myself appreciating the enduring grace of one Eli Manning.

You want to start a spirited debate? Come down hard on one side or the other on Eli’s Hall of Fame candidacy. It gets the people going. Less debate is necessary on the subject of Manning’s durability.

The Giants landed Eli Manning in the 2004 NFL Draft and haven’t had to worry about the quarterback position since. Manning has never missed a game since taking over the starting job midway through his rookie season. If he stays upright in 2017, he will have played in 215 consecutive regular-season games — fifth all-time on the league’s ironman rankings. He’ll hopscotch big bro Peyton (208) in November. Brett Favre, No. 1 on this list, will be the only quarterback ahead of Eli.

Manning’s aforementioned opponent on Monday night represents the dark opposite end of the spectrum. Cleveland’s inability to locate a franchise passer has doomed their post-1999 existence. Either Brock Osweiler or rookie Deshone Kizer will start in Week 1. And when that individual steps into the huddle, he will become the 35th different starting quarterback the Browns have turned to since Eli’s rookie season. Thirty. Five.

Not surprisingly, teams with a long-term solution behind center in this league tend to prosper. For the first time in NFL history, eight teams will be going into this season with the same starting quarterback for at least their 10th straight season.

Perhaps Osweiler or Kizer — OK, Kizer — can be the guy who finally provides Cleveland with stability at the game’s most vital position. Without it, you are doomed to perennial also-ran status. History is instructive, my friends.