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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: cwolfe@denverpost.com or @CameronWolfe.
The Denver Post
02/05
25 Points
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Sports No longer rebuilding, Pistons hope to improve in offseason

The Detroit Pistons have finally moved beyond the rebuilding stage.After their first playoff appearance since 2009, Stan Van Gundy's Pistons can look ahead to the offseason knowing that if they simply keep their current starting lineup intact, the future could be fairly bright. such as Andre Drummond's free throw shooting, Stanley Johnson's skill set and the team's overall defensive approach.The 22-year-old Drummond remains the Pistons' biggest star.
USA Today
29/04
7 Points
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Sports DeMarcus Ware sees all ? including a chance to help Broncos 'build a legacy' of greatness

DeMarcus Ware stood at the podium Monday, calmly addressing a dizzying offseason. and vacationed out of the country this offseason with receiver Demaryius Thomas.They didn't miss anything. Ware insists he's not concerned about the gap in contract talks, which are keeping Miller from voluntary offseason activities. Then again, Ware sees everything."It was something on Tuesdays, our off day, we planned. The whole year. But we said if we didn't win the Super Bowl we weren't going," Ware explained.
The Denver Post
26/04
13 Points
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VIDEO: Matt Holliday’s bat flip has home plate umpire ducking for cover 

Matt Holliday’s walk in the sixth inning of Saturday night’s 11-2 Cardinals win over the Padres had the home plate umpire preparing for an aerial assault of Louisville lumber.Starting his stride to first base at San Diego’s Petco Park, the outfielder flicked his wrist to get rid of his bat, but accidentally flipped it high in the air behind the catcher.HARPER: A LOOK AT THE BEST AND WORST OFFSEASON MLB MOVES Jeff Roberson/AP Matt Holliday could learn a thing or two from Jose Bautista.
Daily News
24/04
8 Points
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A look at what offseason MLB moves are paying off, and which aren't

So far, the deal looks like a disaster as Miller has been a mess, 0-1 with an 8.59 ERA after four starts. Happ, Ryan Madson.WORST TRADE/FREE AGENT SIGNINGSDavid Price: You have to think this will change, but a 7.06 ERA after four starts is not what the Red Sox had in mind for a seven-year, $217 million deal. That was the offseason debate about Heyward that the Cubs answered with an eight-year, $184 million deal, one that old-school scouts couldn’t believe.
Daily News
24/04
13 Points
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Giants GM Jerry Reese on Victor Cruz: ‘We’re expecting him to be full go’ 

There’s cautious optimism surrounding the return of Victor Cruz once again this offseason. We’re expecting him to be full go.”GIANTS NFL DRAFT GUIDE: WHAT THEY NEED, WHO THEY COULD PICKWell, sort of. "But when it's time to work (be ready). And that's what he's doing."Beckham may be soaking in the spotlight in his second offseason, but Jennings doesn’t expect the receiver’s competitive fire to cool at all this season."His expectations of himself is only increasing," Jennings said.
Daily News
21/04
17 Points
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Eagles trade for No. 2 pick in NFL draft in deal with Browns

1 overall pick.Roseman said he was not sure which quarterback would be available at No. The Philadelphia Eagles are joining the Los Angeles Rams in making a big move to the top of the 2016 NFL draft order - and they're doing it to take a quarterback.On Wednesday, the Eagles acquired the No. 2 overall pick in next Thursday's draft through a trade with the Cleveland Browns.The Eagles gave up the No.
USA Today
21/04
10 Points
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Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker lobbying Ryan Fitzpatrick to return to Jets on first day of workouts 

“I think he’s the right fit for what we do.”Decker, who indicated he’s been in contact with Fitzpatrick throughout the offseason, said he really doesn’t know if his quarterback will be back. Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Ryan Fitzpatrick (14) clicked with receivers Eric Decker (l.) and Brandon Marshall in 2015. While the veteran quarterback is hoping to squeeze more money out of the Jets, his receivers just want it all to work out with Fitzpatrick back wearing green and white.
Daily News
19/04
16 Points
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Luck returns to Colts' complex feeling healthy, ready to go

Luck is entering the final year of his rookie deal.Luck was asked if he expected to face any limitations at training camp, and he joked that he didn't have to answer the question yet and wished he had a crystal ball.Still, the signs are encouraging.Luck smiled and appeared to be in good spirits . 2.Luck also enters his fifth NFL season with a new quarterbacks coach for the first time in his career. Matt Hasselbeck retired in February, and Indy signed free agent Scott Tolzien to presumably become the No.
USA Today
19/04
3 Points
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Travel Von Miller absent from Broncos' workouts at Dove Valley

Von Miller did not attend the start of the Broncos' voluntary offseason workout program, remaining in California instead to prepare for his Week 5 performance on Dancing With the Stars.Miller was given the Broncos' exclusive franchise tag, worth about $14.1 million, guaranteed. But he has yet to sign the tender as his representatives attempt to negotiate a long-term deal with the Broncos.As talks continue, Miller has continued to dance.
The Denver Post
19/04
8 Points
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Sports Von Miller absent from Broncos' workouts at Dove Valley

Von Miller did not attend the start of the Broncos' voluntary offseason workout program, remaining in California instead to prepare for his Week 5 performance on Dancing With the Stars.Miller was given the Broncos' exclusive franchise tag, worth about $14.1 million, guaranteed. But he has yet to sign the tender as his representatives attempt to negotiate a long-term deal with the Broncos.As talks continue, Miller has continued to dance.
The Denver Post
19/04
6 Points
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Five burning questions for Jets 

Muhammad Wilkerson didn’t report for any of the Jets voluntary offseason workouts last year, so why would he this year. It’s not a big deal for the Jets not to have their quarterback for strength and conditioning drills, but as the offseason program continues, they certainly would prefer to have him back with the rest of the team.2. It’s unusual to enter offseason workouts with the team’s presumed starter still a free agent, but that is where the Jets stand with Fitzpatrick.
Daily News
18/04
12 Points
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Sports Broncos set to begin 2016 offseason workouts

The offseason divides into segments with phase 2 in mid May, organized team activities (OTAs) in late May and early June, followed by mandatory mini-camp June 7-9, which is expected to coincide with the Broncos' visit to the White House. A look a the important dates: Phase 1 workouts: April - 18-21; 25-28Phase 2 workouts: May 2-5; 6-8 (rookie mini-camp); 9-12; 16-19OTAs: May 24-26; May 31- June 2; 13-16Mandatory mini-camp: June 7-9.
The Denver Post
18/04
8 Points
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Sports Von Miller likely no-show at start of Broncos' offseason workouts

As his representatives continue to work toward a long-term deal with the Broncos, Miller has been living and training in California for the show.The expectation is Miller will be absent until a long-term deal is signed.KUSA-Channel 9 first reported Miller's expected absence.Marshall out. "Either way this will be my best year yet!"The Broncos have until May 2 to exercise the option, which is guaranteed for injury and has a set salary based on Williams' draft slot and position.Williams, the No.
The Denver Post
17/04
4 Points
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