Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez had surgery on his left, non-throwing thumb a little more than a week ago, but expressed hope last week that he’d be on the field with the rest of the team for the start of organized team activities this week. It doesn’t look like things are going to play out that…
Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez is coming off thumb surgery, but he’s hoping it doesn’t keep him off the field for long. Via Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, Sanchez said today that he hoped to be able to participate when the team began OTAs next week. He had surgery Saturday on his left (non-throwing) thumb after injuring…
The Denver Broncos are in a bit of a pickle at the moment as they might have to start their organized team activities without starting quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Mark Sanchez's status as the Denver Broncos' quarterback-of-the-moment has taken a slight detour, as Sanchez has torn ligaments in his non-throwing hand. Sanchez underwent a surgical repair on Saturday to repair the ligament on his left hand, which he tore during workouts on Thursday. Show More Summary
Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez underwent surgery on his left thumb Saturday and is expected to miss part of the upcoming OTAs, the team announced. Sanchez suffered the injury during weight training last week. He suffered a torn...Show More Summary
Any advantage Mark Sanchez has in being the Broncos starting quarterback is going to be negated by the fact he’s not going to be ready to start OTAs. According to Mike Klis of 9News, the Broncos will be without Sanchez next week, after he needed surgery to repair a thumb injury. Sanchez apparently tore a…
NFL Hall of Famer and former quarterback Joe Namath said he believed Mark Sanchez could have beaten out Ryan Fitzpatrick for the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback gig had the latter signed with the team, per Bob Glauber of Newsday. He...Show More Summary
The former Jets quarterback, who was traded from the Eagles to the Broncos in March, was schmoozing with the best of them at the Kentucky Derby over the weekend.
Mark Sanchez is a booze ninja... using a secret compartment in his pimp cane to sneak alcohol (presumably) into the Kentucky Derby... and TMZ Sports has the footage!!
For many college players, being selected in the first round of the NFL draft is like winning the lottery. For Paxton Lynch, he won the lottery, found the fountain of youth and did it all while riding a unicorn. Why? Because Paxton Lynch got Peyton Manning’s old job. Show More Summary
Broncos G.M. John Elway moved up in the first round of the draft to select quarterback Paxton Lynch, a developmental project who seems very unlikely to beat out Mark Sanchez for the starting job this season. But Lynch may not take as long to become the Broncos’ starter as most observers are expecting. Elway said…
When the Denver Broncos drafted Paxton Lynch in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft, it became abundantly clear the team planned on going into the season with Mark Sanchez as its starting quarterback. That's the impression Sanchez has gotten as well, as he told reporters Monday, per Mike Klis of 9News.com: Absolutely. Show More Summary
In Philadelphia, the incumbent veteran quarterback reacted poorly to the team’s decision to use a first-round pick on a quarterback. In Denver, the opposite has occurred. Veteran Mark Sanchez said Monday that he regards the decision to draft a quarterback instead of acquiring a more experience passer as a positive. “Absolutely,” Sanchez told reporters as…
The Broncos notified free agent quarterback Brian Hoyer on Friday that they won’t be signing him, Mike Klis of News9 in Denver reported. For now, anyway, the Broncos will go with Mark Sanchez as their No. 1 quarterback. First-round pick Paxton Lynch will work as a backup alongside Trevor Siemian, a seventh-round pick last year.…
The Denver Broncos selected Paxton Lynch in the first round of the 2016 NFL draft to be their quarterback of the future, but it appears Mark Sanchez might be their quarterback of the present. Mike Klis of 9News reported Friday that Denver...Show More Summary
Denver Broncos trade rumors now reveal the team had talks with the Philadelphia Eagles about Sam Bradford. These Broncos trade rumors might suggest that the team isn’t entirely pleased with Mark Sanchez as its answer at quarterback, raising the possibility that the team is still looking for a better option. Show More Summary
Paramount Pictures and Gary Sanchez Productions are moving forward on a sequel to the 2015 comedy 'Daddy's Home'.
EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures and Gary Sanchez Productions have set a sequel to Daddy’s Home, the crowd pleasing comedy which opened last Christmas and turned in a $240 million worldwide gross. Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg have signed to reprise their mismatched buddy characters. Show More Summary
Quique Sanchez Flores will lead Watford out at Wembley on Sunday with question marks surrounding his future. The Spaniard has guided the promoted Hornets to Premier League safety with room to spare and to an FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace. Yet Watford's owners are reportedly unhappy at the club's […]
We’re about a week away from the draft and a shocking number of teams don’t know who their starting quarterbacks are. If the season began today, we’d have Mark Sanchez, Case Keenum and Blaine Gabbert all starting games in Week 1. PRIME-TIME GAMES. So yeah, that’s likely going to change. Show More Summary