“If there’s fair value (offered) for a winning quarterback, a guy who is still relatively young on a contract that is team-friendly, then maybe that makes the decision for the Broncos,” La Canfora said on “NFL Total Access.”
“But the idea that you can get Orton for a third- or fourth-round pick, I don’t necessarily believe that’s the case. That’s not what I’m hearing. If you start talking about second-round value that moves up, then maybe the Broncos start thinking about it.
“I don’t expect them to shop Orton all over the place. They know their best chance to win in the short-term, and maybe even the long-term, is with Orton.”