Sanchez and Seimian battling for first team reps heading into training camp](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/14/mark-sanchez-trevor-siemian-looked-each-other-in-the-eyes-for-broncos-starting-qb-job/) (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Coach Gary Kubiak praised all three Denver quarterbacks' progress this offseason. But he made it clear that Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian are battling for the No. 1 spot, with rookie Paxton Lynch as the solid No. 3 as organized team activities workouts conclude this week.*
News and Notes from Tuesday's OTA (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Defensive end Derek Wolfe missed Tuesday's OTA because he was receiving a lifetime achievement award from the Lou Holtz Hall of Fame in Ohio. Wolfe will be back Wednesday.
Cut three times by Jacksonville, Marshall persevered and cashed in on Tuesday (Mike Klis, 9News)
The new four-year segment of his contract is worth roughly $32 million or about $8 million a year. There are up to $20 million in full and injury guarantees.
Coach Kubiak not tipping his hand at quarterback (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
As the Broncos close in on the end of their offseason program, coach Gary Kubiak formally put the race to the team's starting quarterback as tie between Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian.
Sanchez wants to show he can revamp his career in 2016 (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
In Mark Sanchez's first two seasons in the NFL, his team moved deep enough into the postseason to play in the AFC Championship Game. He's 4-2 as a postseason starter and just above .500 in regular-season games he has started (37-35). So why do so many people frame the idea of Sanchez at quarterback as a bad idea for the Denver Broncos?*
Marshall locked into the middle of the defense for four more seasons (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Brandon Marshall had to bite his tongue when his position coach suggested after his rookie season on Jacksonville's practice squad that maybe he wasn't cut out for the NFL. Instead of cursing him, he set out to prove him wrong.
Never down and out, Marshall proves the doubters wrong (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
After a stellar career in college, you're selected in the NFL Draft, everything you've worked for is coming to fruition. You're a young player with a lot of upside, looking to capitalize on the opportunity to learn the ins-and-outs of the big leagues and develop your game. Imagine just six months in, before you've had a chance to do any of that, that dream begins to come crashing down.
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Chaos the word of the day for Tuesday's OTA (Andrew Mason)
There was a bit of "chaos" during Tuesday's OTA, but that's what Head Coach Gary Kubiak wanted.
An obstacle-filled past leads Marshall to prosperity (Andrew Mason)
A Super Bowl ring and a new contract in the same week show just how far Marshall has come from being told he wasn't good enough for the NFL.
Broncos players and coaches help make Taste of the Broncos a premiere event (Aric DiLalla)
The Taste of the Broncos was a celebration of good eats, but the real winner was the Food Bank of the Rockies, which received money to help feed those in need.