Mark ‘Buttfumble’ Sanchez To Sign With Cowboys After Broncos Release

Mark Sanchez is headed to the Dallas Cowboys after being released by the Denver Broncos Saturday.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the news that came moments after the Broncos saved a significant sum of money and a draft pick they would have given to Philadelphia had he made their roster.

Sanchez’s fate in Denver was seemingly sealed after the team announced 2nd year QB Trevor Simian as the Week 1 starter, with 2016 draft pick Paxton Lynch not going anywhere.

The Broncos were in need of a quarterback ever since Tony Romo went down with a broken back during the 3rd preseason game, sliding the highly touted rookie Dak Prescott into the starting spot.

Sanchez will serve as Dak Prescott’s backup until Tony Romo returns from injury or Prescott’s play does not live up standards.

The Cowboys sent DeMarcus Ware to Denver jus two years ago, watching him win  Super Bowl and just got their ‘thank you,’ Mark friggin’ Sanchez.

 

 

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