New Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez has reached out to the wide outs, tight ends, running backs, and Trevor Siemian to come down to California for passing camp.
Despite the fact that John Elway is leaning towards having San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kapernick come to Denver via trade, that has not stopped Mark Sanchez from looking to get on point with his offensive teammates.
According to Mike Kils of 9 News Denver, the new quarterback has invited all of the wide outs, tight ends, and running backs on the roster as well as Trevor Siemian to his passing camp in California in order to work with them before the start of OTA’s on April 18th.
Peyton Manning has done something similar for the skill guys when it came to going to Duke University for the passing camp. Sanchez appears to focus in on getting in sync with the players before the workouts begin.
I like this move by Mark Sanchez. He appears focused and ready to go and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the Broncos back to the Super Bowl.
I was really impressed by his press conference when he met the Denver media. He said all the right things and he looks to be a quarterback ready to lead the offense while helping out the defense.
The Mark Sanchez passing camp will begin on Monday and go into Wednesday. Three days with the possible starting quarterback before the OTA’s begin can really help when the team meets up in mid-April.
This also proves to me that Sanchez is not letting the talks of Kaepernick get to him. He is more focused on getting to know his new teammates. To me, that shows that he has what it takes to lead the team.
Some of the names that we could see joining him are Emmanuel Sanders, Demaryius Thomas, C.J. Anderson, Virgil Green to name a few.
Even Trevor Siemian was impressed with Sanchez and showed his support to his new teammate.
“It’ll be nice to get some work in. Mark set this whole thing up. He’s a good dude from everything I have been hearing.”
Kudos to you Mark Sanchez. Looking to improve an offense that was near the bottom in production is a good start to the offense. And I can get behind this the entire way.