This year, the Denver Broncos‘ organizational structure saw a few significant modifications.
The hiring of head coach Sean Payton was the most crucial.
Denver expects Payton to revamp their offense when he returns to town.
Denver had one of the worst offenses in football last season, and Russell Wilson was the quarterback.
The Broncos now seem to have a few intriguing quarterbacks in their room.
Jarrett Stidham and Ben DiNucci, both former XFL quarterbacks, are the first.
DiNucci once played for the Cowboys, but during his brief time there, he did not do well.
His difficulties appeared to have persisted during the Broncos’ offseason practices.
Payton reportedly informed DiNucci that if playing quarterback doesn’t work out, he could work as a greeter at Walmart, according to NFL on CBS.
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Greg Penner, the owner of the Denver Broncos, also serves as Walmart’s chairman.
As a result, Payton was mentioning how Penner might be able to help DiNucci receive a bigger shot if he keeps tossing interceptions.
Payton made a tough proposal, but it appeared to be all in good humor.
DiNucci would be the third quarterback if he were to make the club.
It seemed more likely, though, that he will wind up on the practice squad.
DiNucci has essentially no chance of playing for Denver.
But when it comes to injuries in the NFL, stranger things have happened.
As a playoff spot is anticipated, the Broncos have high expectations for the upcoming season.
Payton and his offense will be under intense pressure to succeed.