“Well, we’ve got Austin Davis,” Fisher said, via ESPN.com. “I was really happy with his progress. Still there’s a possibility that we would bring Kellen back. Kellen’s an outstanding locker room guy, and very competitive. And if that were the case we’d probably flip things to where Austin would be (No.) 2, Kellen would be 3.”
Clemens, 30, won the backup job last year, which lead to Davis being released. St. Louis would later re-sign Davis after starting quarterback Sam Bradford went done with a torn ACL. Clemens totaled 1,673 yards passing with a completion percent of 58.7, eight touchdowns and seven interceptions.
“We’ve got obviously two different ways to solve that second-to-possibly-third quarterback position, and that’s our free agency process and also through the draft,” Fisher said. “So we’re just discussing.”
There are some decent backup options available, but we’ll have to see if they are willing to pay market value for an upgrade at the position.