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Greg Cosell's QB Study: Who is the Broncos' best option?

Mark Sanchez (6), Trevor Siemian (13) and Paxton Lynch (12) (AP) You can’t analyze the Denver Broncos’ quarterback situation without first considering how they want to play. In order for the Broncos to win, certainly early in the season, they have to play a certain way. Show More Summary

Sanchez says his “ruined an opportunity” comments were misinterpreted

After losing two fumbles in Saturday’s preseason game, Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez was hard on himself, saying, “It’s difficult playing like crap on two plays and ruining an opportunity.” But Sanchez says he’s still feeling positive. Asked about those comments on Wednesday, Sanchez said he doesn’t think he ruined his opportunity to become the Broncos’…

Kubiak hasn’t decided on second quarterback for next preseason game

Trevor Siemian will start at quarterback in Denver’s third preseason game; that much is known. It’s also known that Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch will play in Saturday night’s home game against the Rams. Here’s what isn’t known: The name of the second quarterback to enter the game. “I’m going to decide that probably at…

Gary Kubiak hints that Paxton Lynch could still win the job

When Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian co-starting quarterbacks and relegated rookie Paxton Lynch to the position of, as a practical matter, Assistant to the Regional Manager, most assumed Sanchez or Siemian would win the Week One starting job — and that Lynch would play only after both play their way…

Sanchez worries he ruined an opportunity by playing like crap

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez lost two fumbles in Saturday night’s preseason game against the 49ers, and he worries that those two mistakes could cost him the starting job. “It’s difficult playing like crap on two plays and ruining an opportunity. That’s difficult,” Sanchez said after the game. Aside from those two fumbles, Sanchez didn’t play…

The 49ers and Broncos fumbled 3 times in less than a minute

Mark Sanchez and Mike Davis couldn’t stop trading fumbles. Preseason football is filled with gaffes. Coaches want to get young, inexperienced players enough playing time to adequately evaluate them, veterans are rusty, and the wins and losses don’t count, so it’s really not that big of a deal. Show More Summary

On Pro Football: An Unusual Quarterback Vacancy, and Unlikely Candidates, for the Denver Broncos

Trevor Siemian, a seventh-round draft pick from 2015, is competing with Mark Sanchez for the chance to lead the defending Super Bowl champion.

Trevor Siemian Gets Turn to Start in Broncos QB Competition

Trevor Siemian, locked in a tight battle with Mark Sanchez for the Broncos' starting quarterback job, will get his turn to start Saturday night during Denver's exhibition game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Trevor Siemian to start for Broncos this week

Mark Sanchez got his chance to start at quarterback for the Broncos in their preseason opener and Trevor Siemian’s first shot to lead the unit will come on Saturday against the 49ers. Coach Gary Kubiak made the announcement after Thursday’s joint practice for the two teams concluded. Kubiak said that he expected Siemian to play…

Sanchez Makes Good Case for QB Job, Broncos Beat Bears 22-0

Mark Sanchez made a strong opening argument for the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback job, throwing for 99 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter, and the defending Super Bowl champions beat the Chicago Bears 22-0 in the preseason opener on Thursday night.

Trevor Siemian follows Sanchez with solid quarter

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said that the first preseason game would have a lot to do with his eventual choice for a starting quarterback and the top two contenders for the job have turned in their work. Mark Sanchez opened the game and threw a touchdown and an interception while playing on three drives in…

Ups and downs for Mark Sanchez in Chicago

The Broncos gave Mark Sanchez the nod as the starting quarterback for their first preseason game of the year on Thursday night and the initial results supported the idea that he’ll be the guy in that position in Week One of the regular season as well. Sanchez was 7-of-8 for 83 yards on the opening…

NFL preseason schedule 2016: Mark Sanchez and Broncos close out Thursday’s 6-game slate

Rookie quarterbacks Carson Wentz and Paxton Lynch should get plenty of snaps in their preseason debuts. The NFL preseason is finally here! No, seriously — preseason football is really starting this time. Since the Hall of Fame Game was...Show More Summary

Broncos announce Mark Sanchez will start preseason opener

Mark Sanchez is the Broncos’ starting quarterback. At least this week. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak announced today that Sanchez will start the team’s preseason opener on Thursday night. Kubiak plans to let Sanchez play a quarter, let Trevor Siemian play the second quarter and give first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch the full second half. Kubiak…

Broncos players expect Mark Sanchez to start the preseason opener

The Broncos currently have co-starters at quarterback. But someone has to take the first snap of Thursday’s preseason opener, and players on the team expect that someone to be Mark Sanchez. Broncos players told Troy Renck of Denver 7 that they expect Sanchez to start Thursday and play the first quarter. Trevor Siemian would then…

Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian named co-starters in Denver

Just as The Office was beginning to show its age and lose its edge, a storyline emerged with Michael Scott and Jim Halpert serving as co-managers of the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin. The same thing could be happening for the Denver Broncos, in more ways than one. At quarterback, Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian…

How is Mark Sanchez doing against 2 QBs who have never thrown an NFL pass?

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – What’s your perception of Mark Sanchez? It’s probably something like this: Some ups (the guy has been a part of four playoff wins, including one at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots), plenty of downs, he has been the butt (fumble) of jokes and ultimately a quarterback whose career has been unfulfilling. Show More Summary

Are the Broncos opening the door for Paxton Lynch?

Well, if your other options were Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian, wouldn't you? Gary Kubiak says Paxton Lynch is "really stepping up." Hmmm, is this an opening to get Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian out of the way? It wasn't all that...Show More Summary

Paxton Lynch “really, really stepping up” in practice

Broncos rookie quarterback Paxton Lynch was running behind Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian in the spring, but said when he reported to camp that he thinks he has a real chance to play early in his first NFL season. Coach Gary Kubiak said after an early practice with the team’s rookies that he saw improvement…

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