He then returned to the same Marriott hotel room in Santa Clara where he celebrated the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 victory. Yet, after being such a dominant force in college, and being the defensive leader of The Alabama Crimson Tide, he is looking like one of the best steals of the draft for the Niners. He definitely wanted to go. "And I think obviously Brandon made a point previous year, but he carried it forward. We're in that process right now but I'm excited with where we are". The former Alabama star was an All-American in college and the Dick Butkus award victor as the best linebacker in the country.
"He actually was very upset with me that he didn't (participate) today". The duel between the former seventh-rounder Siemian and last year's first-rounder Lynch has no end in sight, and will be a continuing story throughout the year, no matter who wins it.
Marshall later met with Denver Police Chief Robert White to discuss the department's use-of-force policy, and continued to work with youth to improve school attendance at local elementary schools.
"Just my progressions and being comfortable in the offense I think is growing over time and day in and day out with these guys", Lynch said. "And that was our starting point".
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The Denver Broncos envisioned Paxton Lynch being their starting quarterback of the future when they used a first-round pick on him in last year's draft, but that still seems like it is a long way from happening. But the bottom line is that can't get in the way of our main goal.
"We'd like the decision made by itself", Elway said Thursday, via Josh Dubow of the Associated Press. "It would be the ideal situation", Elway said. "We just don't know when". The hope remains, even as time runs out. Otherwise, their passing offense will likely get doomed yet again regardless of who between Lynch and Siemian will start under center come Week 1 of the new season. He said it again later that month at the National Football League owners meetings. "And if we do that, everything's going to be fine". There are not quarterbacks growing on trees out there.
"So I just don't want that pulling away from our team, and sometimes that can pull away because obviously it gets a lot of attention and so, therefore, the only thing I would so to our players is make sure it's not hurting your teammates". Yes, they want to see scoring, but really they want to see a true starter reveal himself.