After losing two quarterbacks in one week, the Denver Broncos have now added one.
The reigning Super Bowl champs traded for former USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, sending a 2017 conditional draft pick to Philadelphia in the exchange, according to multiple media reports.
Sanchez spent four years as the starter for the New York Jets, taking the team to the AFC championship twice. But he was the Eagles' backup for the better part of the last two seasons and will likely fill that role again in Denver.
That leaves the Broncos still in the market for a starting quarterback.