The “Mark Sanchez Experiment” didn’t last too long in the mile high city.
But there is a silver lining for the veteran quarterback.
Minutes after the Denver Broncos released Sanchez Saturday, the Dallas Cowboys expressed their interest and are expected to sign the signal-caller.
The Broncos saved 3.5 million dollars with the move and no longer owe a conditional seventh-round draft pick to the Eagles, who agreed to trade Sanchez to Denver in early March.
The Broncos spent the past week trying to trade Sanchez, but teams didn’t bite.
The Cowboys, however, are willing to roll the dice on Sanchez, after losing Tony Romo for six to ten weeks, leaving Rookie Dak Prescott to take over as the starter.