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Predominantly Orange May 17, 2018

Nick Stevens joining the Denver Broncos QB competition

The Denver Broncos had an open roster spot, and they filled it with former Colorado State quarterback Nick Stevens, a rookie UDFA… The Denver Broncos announced they have signed undrafted free agent quarterback Nick Stevens out of Colorado State. Stevens is now the fourth quarterback on the Broncos’ roster behind Case Keenum, Paxton Lynch, and […] Nick Stevens joining the Denver Broncos QB competition - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints May 14, 2018
Broncos coach Vance Joseph says Paxton Lynch can ‘relax’ and learn from Case Keenum in Denver

Broncos coach Vance Joseph says Paxton Lynch can ‘relax’ and learn from Case Keenum in Denver

The Denver Broncos’ 2017 NFL season was plagued by lackluster play under center. Fortunately, the Broncos were able to swap out their mediocre quarterbacks in exchange for a bonafide starter in Case Keenum. However, Denver still decided to keep quarterback Paxton Lynch around despite a disappointing start to his career. Head coach Vance Joseph says Lynch can […] The post Broncos coach Vance Joseph says Paxton Lynch can ‘relax’ and learn from Case Keenum in Denver appeared first on ClutchPoints.
www.milehighreport.com May 14, 2018
Chad Kelly will get a chance to compete for the backup quarterback position

Chad Kelly will get a chance to compete for the backup quarterback position

Look out Paxton Lynch, Chad Kelly is coming after your job. When John Elway noted that there would be competition for the backup quarterback position, he sent a powerful message to Paxton Lynch and especially Chad Kelly. That message was that it would be a merit-based spot on the depth chart and not based on draft position. “At the end of the day, I thought of it as, ‘OK, perfect,” Kelly said of Elway’s comments. “Now I can get more reps.’ That is what it’s about: Being consistent in what you do, being athletic in what you do and going out there and competing, whether it is...
The Denver Post May 12, 2018
Broncos coach Vance Joseph says quarterback pecking order has “been a weight off all of our backs”

Broncos coach Vance Joseph says quarterback pecking order has “been a weight off all of our backs”

After signing Case Keenum to be Denver's starter, Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly will compete for the backup job.
Predominantly Orange May 10, 2018

Why are the Denver Broncos not giving up on Paxton Lynch?

The Denver Broncos are not giving up on Paxton Lynch, but why? We look at a few reasons the team has yet to throw in the towel… The NFL is a difficult business, especially at the quarterback position. Many expected the writing was on the wall for Paxton Lynch when the Denver Broncos met with […] Why are the Denver Broncos not giving up on Paxton Lynch? - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com May 10, 2018
What is the Denver Broncos biggest position need on offense now?

What is the Denver Broncos biggest position need on offense now?

The Denver Broncos still have depth concerns on several positions on offense. A recent ESPN article covered the biggest needs on every NFL roster and they somehow came up with quarterback as the biggest hold for the Denver Broncos in 2018. Biggest hole: Quarterback Drafting a quarterback after having just paid Case Keenum would have been a tough sell. Keenum is good enough for the team to compete, and certainly is an upgrade over Trevor Siemian. However, the terms of a contract speak volumes about how a team views a player, and Keenum’s contract does not scream long-term quarterback....
HT: Broncos will hold yet another QB competition

HT: Broncos will hold yet another QB competition

The selection of Bradley Chubb indicates Denver is rolling with Paxton Lynch, sort of. There’s another seventh-round draft pick he has to get around. Good morning, Broncos Country! The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear. The excitement from the NFL Draft is waning. The Denver Broncos have been lauded for their picks. John Elway is being celebrated by many, and with good reason. He walked away with arguably the best defensive player in the draft in Bradley Chubb, a...
The Denver Post May 2, 2018
Rich Gannon shreds Broncos QB Paxton Lynch: “the game’s moving way too fast for him”

Rich Gannon shreds Broncos QB Paxton Lynch: “the game’s moving way too fast for him”

Will Paxton Lynch ever develop into a top NFL quarterback for the Denver Broncos?
ClutchPoints Apr 30, 2018
Broncos not ready to give up on Paxton Lynch

Broncos not ready to give up on Paxton Lynch

Although the Denver Broncos were in prime position to take one of the top-rated quarterback prospects in the 2018 NFL Draft, they decided to fortify their defense instead. The move not only provided a nice compliment to linebacker Von Miller, but it also showed the faith they have in their players under center. Denver parted ways with […] The post Broncos not ready to give up on Paxton Lynch appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Apr 29, 2018
Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly will compete for Broncos’ No. 2 QB spot

Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly will compete for Broncos’ No. 2 QB spot

The Denver Broncos did not draft a top quarterback prospect with their No. 5 overall pick in the recently concluded NFL Draft. They instead elected to choose defensive end, Bradley Chubb. That leaves the team with just Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly as the two QBs behind starter Case Keenum. According to ESPN’s Jeff Legwold, […] The post Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly will compete for Broncos’ No. 2 QB spot appeared first on ClutchPoints.
www.milehighreport.com Apr 29, 2018
An early look at the 2019 Quarterbacks

An early look at the 2019 Quarterbacks

Who could be the next Baker Mayfield? When John Elway passed on Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson in the 2018 Draft he gave a huge vote of confidence to the newly signed Case Keenum and embattled “franchise” QB Paxton Lynch. The selections of Bradley Chubb, Courtland Sutton and Royce Freeman are a sure sign that Elway is serious about contending now and that he believes Case Keenum is the QB to take Denver back to the Superbowl. But what if the wheels fall off again? Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Paxton trying to calculate the odds he somehow puts it...
www.milehighreport.com Apr 28, 2018
Broncos give a vote of confidence to quarterbacks Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly

Broncos give a vote of confidence to quarterbacks Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly

They looked but did not buy. Day one came and went without the Broncos taking a quarterback despite rumors of a trade up and two of big four being available when they picked. They had a chance to trade up for Lamar Jackson and they did not. Day two came and went and they passed on Mason Rudolph despite having chances to get him. Day 3 went down today and they once again passed on Kyle Lauletta, Luke Falk, and the rest of the quarterbacks. They even stated they were not going to sign an undrafted free agent quarterback. This is a big vote of confidence for Paxton Lynch and especially 2017...
The Denver Post Apr 28, 2018
Paxton Lynch gets vote of confidence after Broncos pass on quarterback in NFL draft

Paxton Lynch gets vote of confidence after Broncos pass on quarterback in NFL draft

“We’re not kicking him to the curb,” general manager John Elway said of Lynch. “We think he can still develop."
www.milehighreport.com Apr 27, 2018
Report: Broncos will continue to look at quarterbacks during the draft

Report: Broncos will continue to look at quarterbacks during the draft

Will come down to this. Do they like one of these quarterbacks better than Paxton Lynch? According to ESPN’s Jeff Legwold, despite the Broncos support of former first-round pick Paxton Lynch, the Broncos will look at quarterbacks during today’s second and third rounds. And despite not getting involved in quarterback frenzy Thursday night, and another bit of public support as Paxton Lynch as team's No. 2, Broncos will look at QBs today in draft...two names to keep handy Kyle Lauletta and Mason Rudolph. They liked Lauletta's work at Senior Bowl.— Jeff Legwold (@Jeff_Legwold) April...
www.milehighreport.com Apr 23, 2018
5 Draft Day Scenarios for the Denver Broncos

5 Draft Day Scenarios for the Denver Broncos

Taking a look at John Elway’s options with the Denver Broncos fifth pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. With less than 5 days to go until the Denver Broncos are on the clock at number five, I thought it’d be a fun exercise in futility to sketch out what five scenarios the Broncos may find themselves in on draft day. 1. The Broncos trade up Elway has already done this once before: trading a 3rd round pick to move ahead of the Dallas Cowboys to grab Paxton Lynch out of Memphis. While we all know how that’s turned out, it looked like a pretty shrewd move at the time. In this scenario, the cost...

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