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Denver Post May 25, 2016
Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch start Broncos quarterback competition

Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch start Broncos quarterback competition

The Broncos began organized team activities with a story as simple as 1-2-3. Multiple positions feature vacancies, but one demands the most attention: quarterback.
Gang Green Nation May 24, 2016

New York Jets Flight Connections 5/24/16

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets. Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday... NY Jets: A scouting report on CB Juston Burris. Eric Allen: The Jets OTAs begin today. Brian Costello: What to watch at Jets OTAs. Associated Press: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick wants a reunion with the Jets. Pro Football Talk: The Denver Broncos don't expect QB Mark Sanchez on the field for the start of OTAs. Cleveland Plain Dealer: Cleveland Browns LB Demario Davis and the weight of unreasonable comparisons. Silver and Black...
Mile High Report May 23, 2016

Mark Sanchez expects to practice this week despite recent thumb surgery

Warning: Brandon Perna is known to use foul language, so cover your kids ears.
Denver Post May 21, 2016
Kickin' it with Kiz: Broncos' Mark Sanchez goes fourth and will not conquer

Kickin' it with Kiz: Broncos' Mark Sanchez goes fourth and will not conquer

When the rest of the AFC West is rooting for Sanchez to be Denver's starting quarterback, what's that say?
Gang Green Nation May 20, 2016

What Is the Worst Jets Jersey You Can Own?

USA Today's For the Win posed an interesting question. What is the worst jersey a fan of each team could own? The answer they provide for the Jets is an obvious one. Jets: Tim Tebow Really, Tebow is the answer for any team he played on. If you bought a Tebow jersey, I am not exactly overwhelmed with sympathy for you. There was never any way that move was going to work out for the Jets. It is not like a Mark Sanchez jersey. With Sanchez, there were legitimate reasons to be excited and optimistic even though things did not work out in the end. If you have ever been to MetLife Stadium for a...
Denver Post May 18, 2016
Mark Sanchez hopeful he can participate in Broncos OTAs next week

Mark Sanchez hopeful he can participate in Broncos OTAs next week

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez said Wednesday he hopes he can participate when organized team activities begin next week.

Bills’ top pick, wide receiver sidelined

Buffalo Bills officials said Monday that first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson will have surgery on his right shoulder and that wide receiver Sammy Watkins had an operation on one of his feet. The Bills say Lawson, the 19th pick in last month’s NFL draft, tweaked the shoulder last week and will undergo a procedure Tuesday. Denver quarterback Mark Sanchez will miss the first few days of organized team activities (OTAs) next week after undergoing surgery to repair a ligament in his left, non-throwing hand. With Sanchez expected to miss at least a week, second-year pro Trevor Siemian and...
Express-Times May 16, 2016
How long is Broncos' Mark Sanchez out after left thumb surgery?

How long is Broncos' Mark Sanchez out after left thumb surgery?

Sanchez will miss some of Denver's OTA.
Mile High Report May 16, 2016

Mark Sanchez expected to miss start of Broncos OTAs after thumb surgery

According to the Broncos website, Sanchez underwent the surgery on Saturday on his non-throwing hand after tearing a ligament. The first sign Paxton Lynch could become the starter of the Denver Broncos this season is here. According to the Broncos website, Mark Sanchez underwent thumb surgery on Saturday on his non-throwing hand after tearing a ligament. Sanchez got the injury in the weight room on Thursday as part of the team's strength-and-conditioning work. While the Broncos said the injury is minor, Sanchez will miss the start of organized team activities that are scheduled to begin on...
Denver Post May 16, 2016

Mark Sanchez expected to miss start of Broncos' OTAs after undergoing thumb surgery

Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez is likely to miss the start of organized team activities after undergoing thumb surgery Saturday.
Mile High Report May 16, 2016

Broncos' rookie running back Devontae Booker is the real deal

Shane Roberts at Block U tells us our running back picked in the fourth round is everything we are hoping he is. When the Broncos snagged running back Devontae Booker on day three of the NFL Draft, many noted that the former Utah Ute could be an immediate contributor to the Broncos' offense - an offense that will likely look much more like a traditional Gary Kubiak offense this year with lots of help from the backs. Prior to Utah, Booker played for American River Community College in his hometown Sacramento, Calif., where he led the conference in rushing yards per game and...
Express-Times May 16, 2016
Eagles' Nolan Carroll's rehab 'ahead of schedule,' targeting training camp return

Eagles' Nolan Carroll's rehab 'ahead of schedule,' targeting training camp return

Eagles cornerback fractured his fibula in a Thanksgiving loss to the Detroit Lions last season.
Express-Times May 16, 2016
WATCH: Carson Wentz, Sam Bradford among top Eagles OTA storylines

WATCH: Carson Wentz, Sam Bradford among top Eagles OTA storylines

The Eagles begin Phase 2 of the offseason program with Tuesday's OTA at the NovaCare Complex.
Mile High Report May 16, 2016

Denver Broncos considered most vulnerable of division winners

If not for Tim Tebow's 2011 seasons, I would consider 2016 to be the toughest road to the AFC Title the Denver Broncos have faced in the last six years. Gil Brandt from NFL.com worked through his list of most vulnerable division winners heading into 2016 and, naturally, the Denver Broncos were near the top of his list for teams that are most likely to lose their division next season. We'll ignore that he listed the Washington Redskins as the safest team to repeat as division champs and jump right into his assessment of the threat to the five consecutive division title winner Broncos. 2)...
Mile High Report May 16, 2016

Horse Tracks: The Cookie that did not crumble

With the Broncos selecting fullback Andy Janovich in the 6th round of the 2016 draft, the position has never been more popular in Denver. Or has it? Here's a look at the greatest fullback in Broncos history. If you're a Broncos fan, you undoubtedly know or know of fullback Howard Griffith. While he was a major contributor to the success of the 1997 and 1998 Broncos Super Bowl teams, he was not the best fullback in Broncos history. Who was? As former Denver Broncos public relations guru Jim Saccomano posted in this week's 'Sunday Sacco,' it was, easily Cookie Gilchrist. A few years ago, I...

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