Brock Osweiler of the Denver Broncos warms up before the game against the Dallas Cowboys on September 17, 2017 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Photo: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)
The Denver Broncos have added some Brock 'n Roll to an unproductive and lackluster offense.
Head coach Vance Joseph told the team Wednesday morning that Brock Osweiler will take over for Trevor Siemian as the team's starting quarterback.
The Broncos signed Osweiler on September 2 after the Browns released him. The Broncos originally selected Osweiler out of Arizona St. in the second round (57th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft and he was with the team from 2012-2015.
In 2015, the Broncos went 5-2 in games Osweiler started for the injured Peyton Manning. The Broncos won Super Bowl 50 that season.
KOA NewsRadio Broncos Insider Mike Klis of 9News broke the story and joined Colorado's Morning News to talk about the decision. That interview is below, along with comments from Coach Joseph and Osweiler.
Here's Klis on Colorado's Morning News on Wednesday, November 1.
Head coach Vance Joseph spoke with reporters after practice on Wednesday afternoon.
Osweiler spoke with reporters after practice on Wednesday afternoon.