NFL trade news: Trevor Siemian headed to Vikings

Siemian started 24 games for Denver over the last two seasons, but was expendable after the Broncos signed former Vikings QB Case Keenum.

The Vikings' quarterback reboot didn't end with Kirk Cousins.

Minnesota officially acquired Trevor Siemian from the Broncos, the team announced Monday. The 26-year-old will slot in as Cousins' backup once the former Redskins quarterback is officially in the fold.

The Broncos will send Siemian and a late-round 2018 pick to the Vikings while Minnesota will send back a 2019 draft pick.

Siemian started 24 games (13-11 record) for Denver over the last two seasons, but was expendable after the Broncos signed former Vikings QB Case Keenum to a two-year deal Wednesday.

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The other two quarterbacks who saw action for Minnesota last season already have found new homes — Sam Bradford with the Cardinals and Teddy Bridgewater with the Jets.