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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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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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Sports Mark Sanchez happy to have Paxton Lynch in Broncos' QB competition

a big change for him from last year, when he served primarily as a scout team quarterback.“I’m going to give it my best shot,” Siemian said. the second-year pro already has been helping Sanchez learn Kubiak’s playbook.When OTA practices begin, Siemian said he expects repetitions to be divided fairly equally among the three quarterbacks . Jones on Twitter @bylindsayhjones.VIDEO: Top steals of the NFL draft.
USA Today
03/05
26 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
25 Points
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Sports Anthony Gose doubles, homers to lead Tigers over A's 7-3

Anibal Sanchez think he is getting closer to finding the mechanics that deserted him last year,.The 2013 ERA champion had a 4.99 ERA last season and was at 7.00 through four starts this year. Despite control problems, he was good enough to beat the Oakland Athletics 7-3 Thursday.Going back to the rotating motion that sees him turn his back on the hitter, Sanchez (3-2) scraped through 5 2/3 innings, throwing 114 pitches. He allowed two runs and three hits while striking out nine, but walked seven .
USA Today
29/04
7 Points
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Sports Inside Mark Sanchez's chase to be the Broncos' starting quarterback

He isn't trying to act like a starting quarterback but wants to be the starting quarterback, unfazed by talk of Denver potentially trading for San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick, Houston's Brian Hoyer or Cleveland's Josh McCown, or drafting a quarterback such as Paxton Lynch or Connor Cook."I don't care who's there. They are going to give me a fair shake. And if it's a fair shot, I will bet on myself," Sanchez said. Mark began playing tackle football in second grade .
The Denver Post
17/04
4 Points
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Inside Mark Sanchez's chase to be the Broncos' starting quarterback

He isn't trying to act like a starting quarterback but wants to be the starting quarterback, unfazed by talk of Denver potentially trading for San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick, Houston's Brian Hoyer or Cleveland's Josh McCown, or drafting a quarterback such as Paxton Lynch or Connor Cook."I don't care who's there. They are going to give me a fair shake. And if it's a fair shot, I will bet on myself," Sanchez said. Mark began playing tackle football in second grade .
The Denver Post
17/04
4 Points

Sports Does Broncos' pursuit of Colin Kaepernick have expiration date?

But the Broncos can slow play this and run these mental gymnastics because no one else is chasing Kaepernick. However, if the Broncos can't make this work before April 18, when offseason workouts begin, it's fair to wonder about an expiration date. With offensive tackles also in place, the Broncos sit in position to move up in the first round. Sanchez has done everything right to ingratiate himself with his new teammates. NFL players understandably don't have a habit of giving away guaranteed money.
The Denver Post
09/04
8 Points
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Sports Mark Sanchez not worried about possible competition from Colin Kaepernick for Broncos QB job

Mark Sanchez wastes no time worrying about whether the Broncos will trade for San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick. With the help of receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas, Sanchez put together a passing camp . "They get together in the offseason, and make sacrifices with their time and their money and travel to do that. Emmanuel and Demaryius were awesome, saying, 'Let me call so and so.' They've been great."Troy E.
The Denver Post
09/04
5 Points

Does Broncos' pursuit of Colin Kaepernick have expiration date?

But the Broncos can slow play this and run these mental gymnastics because no one else is chasing Kaepernick. However, if the Broncos can't make this work before April 18, when offseason workouts begin, it's fair to wonder about an expiration date. With offensive tackles also in place, the Broncos sit in position to move up in the first round. Sanchez has done everything right to ingratiate himself with his new teammates. NFL players understandably don't have a habit of giving away guaranteed money.
The Denver Post
09/04
4 Points
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Sports Mark Sanchez not worried about possible competition from Colin Kaepernick for Broncos QB job

Mark Sanchez wastes no time worrying about whether the Broncos will trade for San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick. With the help of receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas, Sanchez put together a passing camp . "They get together in the offseason, and make sacrifices with their time and their money and travel to do that. Emmanuel and Demaryius were awesome, saying, 'Let me call so and so.' They've been great."Troy E.
The Denver Post
06/04
4 Points
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Sports While Broncos pursue Kaepernick, Sanchez gathers Broncos receivers for 'camp'

1 quarterback if the Broncos pull off a trade for Kaepernick, Fowler said it’s good to get some time in with Sanchez nonetheless. Trevor Siemian, the only other quarterback on the Broncos’ roster, will also be in attendance.“You’ve got to be ready with multiple quarterbacks, guys have to step in on a moment’s notice and do the job,” Fowler said.
USA Today
04/04
17 Points
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