Johnny Manziel could be on the Denver Broncos radar in the future. According to ESPN Senior Writer Adam Schefter, Denver Broncos Head Coach Gary Kubiak has spoken with the troubled signal caller as a potential fit for the team down the line, according to two sources connected to the team.
Kubiak and Manziel both are former Texas A&M quarterbacks. But before the Broncos would make any move on Manziel, the sources said, the Broncos want to see how his pending legal issues and potential NFL discipline are resolved.
Should the Broncos sign Manziel - and that could be weeks or months away - Denver, according to the sources, would do so with stipulations that would include mandatory counseling and possible clinical work for Manziel.
It is hard to envision the Broncos signing Manziel when all is said and done, but if there is any team in the league with the ability to help the troubled QB rebound, it would be them.
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