Jarrett Stidham is currently the frontrunner for the Broncos’ starting position, with the possibility of adding a veteran QB to the roster. However, Sean Payton of the Broncos is openly discussing the possibility of trading up to the fourth overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. He mentioned to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that the team is considering moving up from its current position at No. 12. Payton noted that Cardinals general manager Monty Osenforth is in an advantageous position because Arizona currently holds the No. 4 pick in the draft.

To move up to the fourth overall pick, the Broncos would have to give up significant draft capital. Payton speculated that it could be similar to what the 49ers gave up to move up to the third overall pick in 2021. That would likely involve giving up their current first-round pick, along with future draft picks in 2025 and in 2026. Despite the risks associated with the trade, Payton appears willing to exercise this option to secure a franchise quarterback. With four potential franchise quarterbacks in the draft, Payton is concerned that they could all be gone by the time the Broncos pick No. 12. This urgency could be the driving force behind

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