The Broncos' offseason program began Monday, and with it, the competition for the starting quarterback position also kicked off.
The Broncos will not have any on-field work this week, but completed physical exams on Monday, got re-acclimated to the scenery at Dove Valley, and will begin strength and conditioning work on Tuesday.
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"It's open guys", Joseph said to the Denver media about the upcoming quarterback battle between Lynch and Siemian.
Siemian had offseason surgery on his left shoulder, which had been bothering him for much of the 2016 season.
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It ended with Rashford swapping passes with Ibrahimovic before finding the bottom-left corner with a confident finish. United manager Jose Mourinho said: "You need these players to break it".
The team also traded up in the first round of last year's draft to land former Memphis stud quarterback Paxton Lynch, who started two games for the team in place of Siemian due to injury. "It is an open competition". "We've got these two young guys that's got bright futures". "The Broncos coaching staff believes he (Siemian) played very well last season", Palmer said, based on his conversation with Joseph. It's open. It's going to go down to the wire, I hope. A QB competition is not ideal for any National Football League team, but the Broncos - at least - have two viable, young guys, who haven't even come close to touching their respective ceilings as pros. However, with such a significant investment in Lynch, the Broncos need to see a return as soon as possible.
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Troy Daniels caught fire in the fourth quarter from three, and he had 8 points on the night in 14 minutes of play. We'd rather it be him [getting the rebound]", Steven Adams told ESPN's Royce Young in December.
Siemian will not relinquish that job without a fight.