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Mark Sanchez says wealth manager invested “at least $7 million” without approval

Initial reports indicated that wealth manager Ash Narayan had invested without approval $30 million from three pro athletes he represented, including Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez. An affidavit signed by Sanchez makes clear how much he personally lost. Sanchez say in the affidavit that he agreed to invest only $100,000 in the Ticket Reserve, a company…

Mark Sanchez among athletes bilked out of millions in scheme

Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez was among several professional athletes who were reportedly bilked out of more than $30 million in a " Ponzi-like scheme." Even worse, the man accused of cheating the athletes out of money wasShow More Summary

Sylvester Williams: I don’t think you can replace Peyton Manning’s leadership

The Broncos have spent the last few months telling anyone who would listen that they believe they’ll be OK at quarterback after Peyton Manning’s retirement and Brock Osweiler’s departure as a free agent. It looks like Mark Sanchez or Trevor Siemian will get the first chance in the starting lineup and the Broncos’ success through…

Mark Sanchez lost millions to allegedly crooked wealth manager

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez has several million more reasons to become the starting quarterback this year. Sanchez and two other pro athletes, Giants pitcher Jake Peavy and former Astros pitcher Roy Oswalt, allegedly lost nearly $30 million to a man who allegedly was using their money to prop up a failing company that marketed tickets to…

Mark Sanchez among athletes bilked out of millions of dollars

5 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Several professional athletes, like San Francisco pitcher Jake Peavy and retired Astros pitcher Roy Oswalt, were cheated out of more than $30 million.

Roundup: Mark Sanchez & Jake Peavy Lose Millions in Ponzi Scheme; Taxpayers Still Paying for Bernie Sanders' Secret Service Detail

5 days agoSports : The Big Lead

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O.C. money manager bilked Mark Sanchez and Jake Peavy out of millions, SEC alleges

6 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Three pro athletes, including Denver Broncos quarterback and USC alumnus Mark Sanchez, lost tens of millions of dollars in an investment scheme run by an Orange County money manager, according to a civil fraud case filed by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission. Sanchez, San Francisco...

Mark Sanchez, Jake Peavy, Roy Oswalt allegedly swindled out of millions

Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez, San Francisco Giants pitcher Jake Peavy and former major league hurler Roy Oswalt were cheated out of millions of dollars as part of a Ponzi-like scheme by an investment adviser, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The adviser, Ash Narayan, gained the players’ trust after appealing to their Christian faith and interest in […]

Ex-Jets QB Mark Sanchez defrauded in Ponzi scheme targeting pro athletes

Former New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and other professional athletes were victimized in a Ponzi-like scheme orchestrated by the same investment adviser, the U.S. Securities and Exchange... To view the full story, click the title link.

Trevor Siemian “just trying to keep the same mindset” as QB competition unfolds

The Broncos wrapped up their offseason program last week with the identity of their starting quarterback still in the “to be determined” category. Coach Gary Kubiak said that Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian “looked each other in the eyes the whole offseason,” leaving them on equal footing with rookie Paxton Lynch bringing up the rear…

Gary Kubiak Comments on Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and Broncos QB Competition

Most have assumed all offseason long that the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback position was Mark Sanchez's to lose. Not so, according to Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak. “Trevor [Siemian] and Mark have looked each other in the eyes the whole offseason,” Kubiak said Tuesday, per Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post. Show More Summary

Broncos’ Trevor Siemian, Yet to Throw a Pass, Is the Go-To Guy

With Mark Sanchez coming off an injury and in his first year in Denver, and Paxton Lynch a rookie, Siemian is the one providing guidance.

Demaryius Thomas: We’re not worried about quarterbacks

The Broncos are giving first team reps at quarterback to Mark Sanchez, Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian right now, which has made it hard for wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to build rapport with any of them. Thomas isn’t overly concerned about that at this point, though. The wideout believes that “more repetition” will solve any chemistry issues…

Broncos QBs sharing first-team reps

The Broncos are in their second week of on-field practice work, and the starting quarterback’s job remains open. It’s so open that Broncos coach Gary Kubiak told reporters Tuesday that he’s splitting reps evenly among Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and rookie first-rounder Paxton Lynch. As for any kind of depth chart/pecking order, Kubiak said that…

Trevor Siemian feels “really confident” right now

Of the three quarterbacks on the Broncos roster, Trevor Siemian is the only one with prior experience in the team’s offense. Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch both arrived this offseason while Siemian spent last year as the third man on the depth chart in Denver’s offense, something that may help him in the competition for…

Mark Sanchez Q&A: Broncos QB Talks Trade, Following Manning, Learning Spanish

DENVER — Unlike Sam Bradford, his former teammate in Philadelphia, Mark Sanchez isn’t the least bit concerned about the fact his team just took a quarterback in the first round of the NFL draft. That’s because Sanchez sees his arrival in Denver as an opportunity, not a dead end. Show More Summary

Broncos’ quarterback competition described as wide open

Most people think Mark Sanchez has more or less won the Broncos’ quarterback competition before the competition even started, as neither of the other two quarterbacks on the roster — rookie Paxton Lynch and second-year player Trevor Siemian — is viewed as ready to play this season. But that assumption may be wrong. According to…

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