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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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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 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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Broncos draft Paxton Lynch in long-awaited move for QB

"He fits what we do very well and plays the game with a lot of enthusiasm."Elway also told Denver's 9News that drafting Lynch ended the Broncos' pursuit of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.PHOTOS: First-round picks. The Denver Broncos have finally added another piece at quarterback.The defending Super Bowl champions drafted Memphis' Paxton Lynch with the No.
USA Today
29/04
13 Points
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Sports Gary Kubiak: Broncos' focus is on in-house QB options

Hopefully when we want to come out of the draft, we’ll be a better football team at a lot of positions, not just quarterback.”Follow Lindsay H. With 10 draft picks, and just the two quarterbacks currently under contract, it is likely the Broncos will draft one.
USA Today
07/04
12 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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