Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater had no giveaways and no drives that ended in punts. But an 80-yard strike from Lock to KJ Hamler was the difference between the two quarterbacks on a day that saw both succeed where they'd had trouble before.
Bridgewater closed with a touchdown. Lock closed with an interception, and those final throws made all the difference.
Peyton Manning and John Lynch made their names elsewhere. But they burnished their names in Denver. And even though their eight seasons in orange and blue are two fewer than Steve Atwater played on his own from 1989 through 1998, their legacies in Denver matter, too.
"If he’s on the ground making acrobatic catches, if he’s stumbling and going to the ground, it’s honestly building confidence for him. He’s going to continue to trust his knee more and that’s exciting for us," Teddy Bridgewater said of Courtland Sutton.
RK and Mase talk about the promising day posted by Courtland Sutton, dive into how the quarterbacks fared in the two-minute drill period and much more!
The pads went on, and the emphasis on the ground game went up, leaving this as perhaps the most uneventful day of the Broncos’ training-camp quarterback derby.
No wonder Bradley Chubb was smiling broadly when he walked onto the field for pre-practice calisthenics.
It's an "even Steven" QB competition, and Mase and RK break down what that means as the Broncos prepare to crank up the intensity with full-pad practices!
Even with full-pad work still a few days away, it isn't too soon to begin scoping out the competition and depth up front.
The guys discuss Lock's strong day and Bridgewater's steady, unspectacular performance, break down what else happened at practice, answer listener questions and much more.
Optimism reigns, even when coming off of a fourth consecutive losing season. And Jerry Jeudy is a huge reason why.
Mase, Ryan and Zac break down what they saw at practice, how QBs Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock fared, and much more as the Broncos got their 62nd training camp under way.
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