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Emmanuel Sanders jokes that Uncle Rico can be the Broncos QB

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The Denver Broncos quarterback situation is a mess right now. They lost Peyton Manning to retirement and Brock Osweiler took the money and ran yesterday.

Ostweiler signed a four-year, $72 million deal with the Houston Texans. That left the Broncs without a proven quarterback on its roster.

While general manager John Elway continues to search to find Manning and Osweiler’s replacement, one name continues to come up and that’s San Francisco 49ers signal caller Colin Kaepernick.

With no deal in place yet to acquire him, Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has jokes on who will be the Broncos next quarterback.

“#BreakingNews Uncle rico considered real target to fill QB void,” Sanders wrote on Twitter. “(He) has great experience throwing n over mountains.”

For those that do not know, Uncle Rico was a character played by Jon Gries in Napoleon Dynamite. That movie came out in 2004.

While Gries has no shot at making it into the NFL, Sanders can always dream right? He suggested a person to be their quarterback until Elway is able to find a suitable replacement.

Whether it’s Colin Kaepernick, Ryan Fitzpatrick, or another starter, the Broncos will have a suitable starter next season. And it sure won’t be Uncle Rico from Napoleon Dynamite.

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