DENVER — The season's worst kept secret is officially out on the table. The Denver Broncos have a major quarterback problem, and they're hell-bent on fixing it.
On Tuesday, Broncos president of football operations and general manager John Elway sat in front of a horde of Denver media and made the obvious public.
"For us to have a chance to get better, we have to get better at (quarterback),” he said. "The number one goal is we know we have to get better at (quarterback)."
But as the man in charge admitted what many players in the locker room had been subtly—or not so subtly—hinting at all season, at least one of those players was listening closely, and he knows what it means.