#1 They’re going to take their lumps. von zhangzk 17.01.2020 03:09

This is how Emmanuel Sanders makes a difference We often lose sight of what NFL players do in the community. The focus is on the stats https://www.broncoslockerroom.com/authentic-von-miller-jersey , the wins, the losses, but the real impact is felt in what NFL players do outside the lines. Emmanuel Sanders shared his work with The Players’ Tribune this week and it was nothing short of inspiring.As a parent, I have seen first-hand how difficult it is for schools to find the funds necessary to keep their youth sports programs going. I’m very proud and happy to see that this is an issue Sanders is taking on with his foundation. He gets a big ole Mile High Salute from me!Horse TracksEXCERPT: Case Keenum's 'Playing For More'Quarterback Case Keenum shared a section of his new bookJoseph explains why Von Miller will play Saturday vs. VikingsHead Coach Vance Joseph also shared his plans for Miller's teammatesGetting heated on Day 11 of #BroncosCampThe Broncos put another intense practice in the books on the 11th day of training camp before preparing for Saturday's preseason opener against the Vikings.Catching up with legendary NFL executive Gil BrandtThe former Cowboys exec has close ties to John Elway and Peyton Manning, and he explains why he thinks Owner Pat Bowlen should be nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2019.Broncos training camp Day 11 observationsThe Broncos have plenty of young receivers making an impression, including Thursday's standout, River Cracraft.Back in the Day: Broncos vs. VikingsJim Saccomano takes a look back at an old preseason contest between the Denver Broncos and Minnesota Vikings.DeFilippo on Calling Broncos Game from Sideline, Evaluating Young PlayersOffensive Coordinator John DeFilippo will be calling the Vikings first preseason game from the sideline.Vikings QB Kyle Sloter looking forward to preseason game vs BroncosQuarterback Kyle Sloter is ready to take on his former team, the Denver Broncos, during the first preseason game of the year for the Minnesota Vikings.Game against Vikings features 3 QBs against old teamsThe Denver Broncos will face the Minnesota Vikings in a preseason game on Saturday night, which will feature 3 QBs facing their old teams.NFL NewsMahomes has anticlimactic debut as Chiefs' starterMuch like his Houston counterpart Thursday night, Patrick Mahomes' preseason debut as the Chiefs' starting quarterback turned out to be anticlimactic.NFL preseason 2018, Week 1: Highlights and results from ThursdayWe have the first night of the preseason covered for you with highlights, analysis, and results!NFL preseason 2018: 5 reasons the 1st week is worth watchingRoster battles and brief glimpses of greatness — plus, hey, it’s football!The Steelers are tired of being the NFL’s most successful failureMike Tomlin and the Steelers had a bad habit of getting ahead of their own Super Bowl aspirations last year. Is it going to be different in Pittsburgh this year?These storylines are why you should watch the 2018 NFL preseasonWe all know preseason football can be a bit of an eyesore, but there are actually a few interesting storylines to follow this year! No, really. The Broncos aren’t ready to make a quarterback change, primarily because they don’t think they have an option that’s ready.As tempting (and easy) as it would be to move on from Joe Flacco after a 2-5 start, there are a few practical realities preventing them from doing so.Second-round pick Drew Lock is expected to start practicing again soon, in hopes of returning from the broken thumb that landed him on injured reserve. But they haven’t started the clock on him yet https://www.broncoslockerroom.com/authentic-phillip-lindsay-jersey , perhaps because the boss isn’t sure he’s prepared to play anytime soon.Via Nicki Jhabvala of TheAthletic.com, Broncos General Manager John Elway said during an interview on KOA that he’s still thinking about the future of Lock.“I will say this: The most important thing for a young quarterback is not to put him out there before he’s ready,” Elway said. “So that is the most important thing and if he’s not ready, we’re not going to put him out there. That is the key thing. And as you know dealing with quarterbacks, it’s a very tough thing because if you don’t put him in a situation where he has a chance to be successful and he’s not successful, the whole roof will cave in. So we have to make sure that Drew is ready when he does get in there, if he does get in there.“We’re still in the process of evaluating that. He is not ready to go right now, I will tell you that.”Elway recalled his own experience, in which he was benched during his fifth game in 1983, only to get the job back four games later because of injury.“Really the four games I was benched, I learned a hell of a lot more than in the four games I played just because it’s such a big step,” Elway said. “Then Steve DeBerg got hurt and it gave me a second chance that year, so I was able to come back and had a different viewpoint of it after I sat for those four games.“So I think that’s why with young quarterbacks, it’s always good for them to see what it’s all about and the step that it takes instead of throwing them right into the fire, because very few of these guys have a lot of success early. As I did and as most quarterbacks do, they’re going to take their lumps, and they have to be able to withstand that, and they got to be able to withstand the negative stuff that’s going to come with the part that he continues to get better.”Of course, the atmosphere Elway created (they’re 2-5 and their best wide receiver just asked to be traded and was) is the negative one that might stunt Lock’s growth, which might make it best for Lock to wait.

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