That leaves second-year gunslinger Paxton Lynch and 2016 starter Trevor Siemian primed for a position battle heading into the season. Lynch completed 49-of-83 passes for 497 yards, two scores, and an interception last season for the Broncos."You have a young man who has unbelievable core values," Lynch's agent Leigh Steinberg said.Elway fled the scene after the attack, leaving behind both his car and his California driver's license, according to police.

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Jack Elway's ex-girlfriend says she's still traumatized from the violent attack she suffered at the hands of the former college QB ...

claiming it was so brutal, she's still in therapy in an effort to move on.

'He made a decision, and we all understand it,' Erickson said.

Somebody get John Elway on the phone, because he has a deal to close — unrelated to football. Hoopes was also asked about a celebrity she enjoyed meeting the least and said Colin Kaepernick.“That’s the only one I can say that was a little weird to me,” Hoopes said.

"Last year, Denver was trying to go back to the Super Bowl, so the real question is, 'how does he have the most effective 10-12 year career he can have." "Not when it starts." Siemian, who entered last season without a career passing attempt, completed 289-of-486 passes for 3,401 yards, 18 scores, and 10 interceptions and posted an 8-6 record as a starter.

Lynch trained with quarterback guru Charlie Taaffe earlier this year.

On Christmas Eve, when the team was settled into their hotel in Kansas City in preparation for their game against the Chiefs the next day, Kubiak called Elway to his room to deliver the news.

WASHINGTON — The inauguration of President Donald Trump brought some unpredictable faces to the crowd, including Broncos general manager John Elway.

He also worked with the throwing coach before the NFL Scouting Combine.

“This book that I’m looking at, that I’m reading out of, I got this my first coaching job—I think it was 1992, I was a running back coach at Texas A&M.

Everybody who knows me knows that I carry this book with me to every meeting I’ve ever been to.