The Denver Broncos drafted their quarterback of the future this weekend, when they took Brock Osweiler of Arizona State.
Broncos head coach John Fox feels like he’s the guy they can develop to take over when Manning retires.
“I don’t think it’s one of those things where Peyton Manning feels threatened by any stretch,” Broncos coach John Fox jokingly said, according to The Associated Press per NFL.com. “All in all, I thought (Osweiler) is what you’re looking for in a prototypical quarterback...Read Full Story
Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway believes rookie quarterback Brock Osweiler can one day win a Super Bowl as their starting quarterback.
“There’s not a better situation for Brock to be in and us to be able to set up the organization for 10 to 15 years, hopefully, to have somebody at that position you believe has the ability to win a Super Bowl,” Elway said.
Hopefully Elway can evaluate talent at the quarterback position as well as he played the game...Read Full Story
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During a conference call with Denver Broncos season ticket holders, Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway was asked to explain his thinking behind drafting former Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler.
“It’s always tough to pick a quarterback that you know is not going to play for you for a while,” Elway said according to The Associated Press via NFL.com. “But I think we have high hopes for him in the future to where once Peyton decides to hang...Read Full Story
TheSunDevils.cstv.comBy Bob EvansSenior WriterWhen Arizona State junior quarterback Brock Osweiler defeated UC Davis by throwing for 262 yards and two touchdowns in week one, a few people began to talk about the potential of the 6’8”, 240 pound quarterback. After upsetting the No. 21 team in the country on Friday night, the whole country should be aware of what the big-arm quarterback from Kalispell Mont., can do on the football field.Osweiler torched the Missouri defense for 353 yards...Read Full Story
On Monday, Arizona State quarterback Brock Osweiler menionted on his Twitter feed that he had just landed in Miami, Florida. He’s clearly there to visit with the Dolphins, who could end up taking him in this year’s draft.
Osweiler has the physical tools to be a good NFL quarterback, but since he is coming out of school a year early and is clearly not ready to play right away at the NFL level, the Dolphins could draft him in the second or third round and have him sit behind either Matt Moore...Read Full Story
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