Hillman and Osweiler are good together.

Ronnie Hillman wants the Broncos to keep Brock Osweiler

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The 2015 NFL season is over and even though the celebrations are still not over in certain parts of Denver, many have already began looking ahead.

Up next we have the start of the new league year, franchise tags, free agency and of course the draft to look forward to.

Who takes the lead?

While every club will be saying goodbye to certain players before the start of next season, the Denver Broncos may not have the fate of their own quarterback position in their hands.


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We are still waiting for the final decision from Peyton Manning about possibly retiring but the longer he waits, the more he may be impeding the Broncos.

But with his back up Brock Osweiler set to become a free agent, the team have a big choice to make about his future.

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Runningback Ronnie Hillman has made his feelings on the matter very well known:

Hillman was Denver's leading rusher this year and is now clearly in favour of the team keeping the quarterback he played with in seven games this season.

Osweiler impressed many when he took control of the team when Manning got hurt during the regular season and clearly Hillman doesn't want him to go anywhere.

The only problem is that with Osweiler set to become a free agent, they need to sort his future out sooner rather than later.

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