ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With a five-game losing streak and six losses in their past seven games, Denver Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway gave coach Vance Joseph a vote of confidence Friday night, but added the team Elway has constructed "got a little bit soft.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- As the week drew to a close, Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph still wasn’t ready to publicly say whether or not quarterback Paxton Lynch will be in uniform for the first time this season Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.Lynch, who suffered a right shoulder injury in the Aug. 26 preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, has worked as the backup to Brock Osweiler in practice this week. It was the first time this season Lynch had worked as even the No.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With a five-game losing streak in hand, six losses in the last seven games, Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph knows that he and his team are getting worked over plenty by critics.And his message Thursday was "I get it. "Things are indeed swirling in and around the Rocky Mountain region as a franchise that has more Super Bowl appearances than losing seasons in Pat Bowlen’s time as owner is in its worst stretch of football since the 4-12 finish in 2010.
Friday night, John Elway also supported Broncos coach Vance Joseph's efforts. When asked if his confidence in Joseph has wavered with the current losing streak, Elway said: "Nope, you know there's going to be growing pains in the head coach and... https://t.co/D0H8siqLlb
Some strong words from Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway Friday night on the team's current losing streak: "I think at this point we're still trying to figure out how we can get through it. So, there's no question at... https://t.co/bYby1hv84w
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