The Broncos starters have already turned their attention to the Carolina Panthers and, while tempting to also do so, first soak in all the happenings across Broncos Country as the mini season before the season concludes.
Category Archives: Mark Sanchez
Mark Sanchez doesn’t know what his long-term future holds in Denver. He doesn’t know what his future holds this week, even. But the veteran quarterback wants to make one thing clear: He wants to stay in Denver.
After six months of evaluating and examining, the Broncos’ Big Decision at quarterback has suddenly spun into two.
A not-so-brief recap of the Broncos’ months-long search for their next starting quarterback.
Rookie quarterback Paxton Lynch likely will jump up the Broncos’ depth chart Saturday in a preseason dress rehearsal against the Los Angeles Rams in Denver, playing as Denver’s No. 2 behind starter Trevor Siemian.
NFL reporter Nicki Jhabvala offers five things to watch when the Broncos play the Los Angeles Rams in their third preseason game at 7 p.m. Saturday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High:
When the Broncos host the Rams on Saturday, most eyes will be glued to Trevor Siemian as he takes the lead in the quarterback battle. But the performance and continued progress of Lynch might have greater implications as the competition nears its end.
Denver Post Broncos reporter Cameron Wolfe answers question each week on Facebook Live and some are highlighted on our mailbag segments, including this week’s quarterback questions, of which there were — and still are — many.
Trevor Siemian’s style is a stark contrast to that of Lynch and veteran Mark Sanchez, and it has only added to the intrigue as the race to become the starter drags on deep into the preseason.
Sure, the quarterback quagmire with Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch is the biggest issue for the reigning Super Bowl champions. But it’s hardly the only one.