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Trevor Siemian "antsy" for opportunity to prove himself with Broncos

in practices and possibly beyond.After a rookie season spent recovering from a knee injury and learning behind Peyton Manning and Osweiler, Siemian enters 2016 as the most knowledgeable quarterback in Gary Kubiak's system.Sanchez arrived in Denver with experience in the West Coast offense, but not Kubiak's specifically. The addition of a young, but promising player solidified the Broncos' faith in Sanchez, but opened the door for competition .
The Denver Post
04/05
25 Points
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Mark Sanchez says he isn’t threatened by Broncos picking QB Paxton Lynch

David Zalubowski/AP Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez could be on his way to being starter. The Broncos’ decision to trade up in the first round to select Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch was a sign that John Elway believes Lynch is the new long-term answer at quarterback for the defending Super Bowl champs, the successor to Peyton Manning.In the short-term. ”Sanchez was the backup in Philly the last two years but ended up making 10 starts, going 4-6 in those games.
Daily News
04/05
9 Points
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Kiszla: Super Bowl season for Broncos a tribute to Pat Bowlen

"This one's for John!" Bowlen shouted from the podium, holding aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Elway led Denver to its first NFL championship, with a 31-24 victory against Green Bay on a January night in 1998. "This isn't the weather I remember for the AFC championship. Of course, I liked the frozen mud in Cleveland. It slowed everybody down to my speed."The AFC championship game turned out to be a day at the beach for the Broncos. Time and gravity eventually slows a football mogul's stride.
The Denver Post
03/05
10 Points
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Broncos' Mark Sanchez looks to turn vote of confidence into starting job

and a stable coaching staff, Sanchez represents a rebound candidate to the Broncos."He's been in the playoffs, been in championships games," Broncos general manager John Elway said. This is his chance to be the man again."That's what I am looking forward to doing, but that takes time. It takes repetitions," Sanchez said. When the 49ers never budged on absorbing nearly $5 million of Kaepernick's contract, the Broncos zeroed in on drafting Lynch, whom they took with the 26th overall pick.
The Denver Post
03/05
16 Points
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Kiszla: Super Bowl season for Broncos a tribute to Pat Bowlen

"This one's for John!" Bowlen shouted from the podium, holding aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Elway led Denver to its first NFL championship, with a 31-24 victory against Green Bay on a January night in 1998. "This isn't the weather I remember for the AFC championship. Of course, I liked the frozen mud in Cleveland. It slowed everybody down to my speed."The AFC championship game turned out to be a day at the beach for the Broncos. Time and gravity eventually slows a football mogul's stride.
The Denver Post
03/05
5 Points
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Sports Broncos' Mark Sanchez looks to turn vote of confidence into starting job

and a stable coaching staff, Sanchez represents a rebound candidate to the Broncos."He's been in the playoffs, been in championships games," Broncos general manager John Elway said. This is his chance to be the man again."That's what I am looking forward to doing, but that takes time. It takes repetitions," Sanchez said. When the 49ers never budged on absorbing nearly $5 million of Kaepernick's contract, the Broncos zeroed in on drafting Lynch, whom they took with the 26th overall pick.
The Denver Post
03/05
16 Points
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Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian ready for open competition for starting QB job

The Broncos kicked off phase two of their offseason workouts with all attention on their quarterbacks. Yet it wasn't first-round pick Paxton Lynch, who won't hit the field until rookie minicamp begins Friday, but the incumbents Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian. Either way, Sanchez expects this to be his team and the Broncos have expressed a similar confidence. Kubiak has made it clear: the best man will win the job.Cameron Wolfe: [email protected] or @CameronWolfe.
The Denver Post
02/05
23 Points
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Sports Broncos waive safety Ryan Murphy, punter Will Johnson

The Broncos waived safety Ryan Murphy and punter Will Johnson Monday, creating room to sign their crop of college free agents.Murphy, a 2015 seventh-round pick by Seattle, signed to the Broncos practice squad on November 3 where he stayed for the rest of the season.He was sent back to Denver early during Super Bowl week after he was detained and questioned for involvement with a prostitution sting in San Jose, Calif.
The Denver Post
03/05
8 Points
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Denver Broncos stake future on getting younger and better

QB Paxton Lynch, 26th overall: He might not be ready until 2017 but has the tools to be a franchise quarterback at a fraction of the cost of a franchise quarterback for five years. He took from Dawkins, a former Philadelphia Eagles and Broncos star, how to blend passion and faith on the field. Renck: [email protected] or @troyrenckInspecting the selectionsThe Broncos became younger, but are they better. DT Adam Gotsis, 63rd overall: Raw because of minimal American football experience.
The Denver Post
02/05
23 Points
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Sports Devontae Booker's arrival will lead to more competitive, better Broncos backfield

Booker was the second highest-rated running back on the Broncos' draft board. Anderson, the starter, was the first player to call and congratulate Booker after he was drafted. "I wouldn't really blame my injuries for me dropping (in the draft)," Booker said. "He's a guy that has got great ball skills. He runs very tough."The 5-foot-11, 219-pound Booker grew up in Sacramento, Calif. The Broncos added fullback Andy Janovich in the sixth round, showing a deeper commitment to the running game.
The Denver Post
02/05
8 Points
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Sports Broncos fill out 2016 NFL draft class with five more tough guys

McGovern is a legend in the weight room with a 500-pound bench press.The Broncos traded away their Mr. Simmons figures to serve a role similar to what David Bruton played.Lineman Connor McGovern brings versatility and can compete at guard and tackle. Utah running back Devontae Booker, Missouri guard Connor McGovern and Nebraska fullback Andy Janovich highlighted those taken Saturday. The Broncos found their quarterback in Paxton Lynch on Thursday.
The Denver Post
01/05
8 Points
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Sports Broncos sign 19 college free agents, including former Memphis wide receiver Mose Frazier

Nicki Jhabvala, The Denver PostThe Broncos signed 19 college free agents Saturday night after the NFL draft:Vontarrius Dora, DE, La. TechMose Frazier, WR, MemphisAntonio Glover, S, Ga. Minutes after finalizing their eight-player draft class, the Broncos began to sign college free agents, bringing in more than a dozen Saturday night.Duke receiver Max McCaffrey, the oldest son of former Broncos receiver Ed McCaffrey, was not among them.
The Denver Post
01/05
4 Points
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Sports Adam Gotsis' love of American football started with Madden, Rose Bowl

For the 15-year-old Gotsis, playing among 19-year-olds with full beards was daunting. It started with a flyer, a few games of Madden and the 2006 Rose Bowl.Adam Gotsis, a defensive lineman from Georgia Tech and the Broncos' second-round pick, grew up in Abbotsford, Australia, as an Aussie Rules Football player with aspirations of playing rugby. All those moments that I sacrificed where I could have been with my family, it's finally paying off."Nicki Jhabvala: [email protected] or @NickiJhabvala.
The Denver Post
01/05
7 Points
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Adam Gotsis, Broncos' second-round pick: "My ceiling is endless"

"A guy that lives and breathes football, so that's what we like."Gotsis said he wants to model his game after Texans defensive end J.J. He played Australian Rules football since he was 6 or 7 years old."I'm still on my rise," Gotsis said. Watt and Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe because of their versatility to play multiple techniques.Gotsis moved to America when he was 19 years old and became a three-year starter at Georgia Tech.
The Denver Post
30/04
15 Points
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