Broncos HC Gary Kubiak said he plans to have a depth chart in place for the start of training camp. As of now, the pecking order consists of Mark Sanchez, Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch in that order.
“I’ll have a depth chart going into training camp,” said HC Gary Kubiak, via Mike Florio. “That doesn’t mean we won’t operate totally evenly. But they will be listed somehow. We’ll sort that out here at some point. They’re all going to rep. They’re all very talented. They’re all going to rep, so we’ll see who wins the job.”
Kubiak would not commit to a starting quarterback at this point in time and said he aims to continue his evaluation of each quarterback.
“No, I’m not going there right now,” Kubiak said. “I’m just trying to rep them all.”
- Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals’ official site writes that second-year RB David Johnson is expected to receive the bulk of the carries in the team’s offense ahead of Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington.
- Odegard mentions that the Cardinals could use a two running back approach this season.
Dolphins’ first-round OL Laremy Tunsil said he has not spoken to the league office about the video that was posted on Twitter of him smoking marijuana.
In regards to making the move to guard, Tunsil says he’s “here to help the team in any kind of way.”
“Man, it’s all a process,” Tunsil said, via Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. “Coming from playing tackle to moving to guard, it’s not that different at all. You’re going against bigger guys, your set is kind of different; but hey, I’m here to help the team in any kind of way, like I said before. I’m happy to be playing guard [or] tackle. It really doesn’t matter to me.”
- Ryan O’Halloran takes a look at six players that could be on the roster bubble this offseason, including: DL Tyson Alualu, FS Josh Evans, RB/KR Corey Grant, CB Dwayne Gratz, CB Demetrius McCray and C/G Tyler Shatley.