Broncos’ Sanders relieved there’s no QB competition

For the last few years, the Denver Broncos’ offseasons have been embroiled in quarterback competitions. Case Keenum’s signing ends that string of uncertainty.

I appreciate it, for sure, receiver Emmanuel Sanders said, via the team’s official website. This is the first time in two or three years that I’m not standing up here talking about a quarterback debate.

When you’re going into individual routes, you have to go to one guy and then go with the next guy. You don’t really gain that chemistry. You’re not maximizing the opportunity. Now we’re maximizing the opportunity, and hopefully it pays off.

Sanders now has a full offseason to focus on building a rapport with Keenum as the Broncos attempt to get back to the playoffs for the first time since the QB mess started.

As of this point, he’s allowed to play at least two. Allowed by whom? His wife, Gisele Bundchen. I’ve talked two years with my wife, Brady said during an interview at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Santa Monica, California, per the Boston Globe. I’ve negotiated that thus far. I’ve still got a little further to go.

Brady noted that playing for as long as he has, has meant that his wife and three children have gotten a shorter shrift than he did from his own father. The model I had as a father was he was there for all the things, and I’m not there for all the things, Brady said. Every Sunday for the last 25 years, I’ve been playing in the fall and winter. My kids are 10, 8 and 5. They’re not getting younger, so I need to take time so I can be available to them, too.

Growing up, most Canadian athlete’s dream of being the next Wayne Gretzky or Sidney Crosby, and Dakoda Shepley was no different.

He played hockey for nine-and-a-half years before an injury ended that dream but started a new one.

“In grade 10 I broke my hand fighting so I went to go see a surgeon, who ended up giving me a 30-minute lecture on why I should be playing football instead,” Shepley explained to Sporting News. “At the time I was around 6-foot-2, 260 pounds, so I was a big kid, too big to be playing hockey that’s for sure.

“He was giving me this whole spiel about how I Cheap Embroidered NFL Jerseys could get school paid for and play [football] Cheap Football Jerseys professionally, so I just dropped hockey cold-turkey.”

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