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Elway explains: ‘He’s our guy’

Broncos boss calls Osweiler ‘short term for the long term’
“He’s our guy for the future,” Broncos’ vice president of football operations John Elway said of their 57th overall draft pick. “And sometimes we have to sacrifice the short-term for the long-term to grab the guy that you believe can be that next guy for you, and that’s Brock Osweiler.”
If the current – Peyton Manning – fulfills his five-year contract, then the future – Brock Osweiler – will be holding a clipboard for awhile on the Denver Broncos’ sideline. Osweiler, a 21-year-old righty from Montana who stands 6-8, is working hard to fix flaws in his throwing motion to better capitalize on his height advantage.
Broncos’ 17-year coach retires

ENGLEWOOD – Wayne Nunnely, one of the premiere defensive line coaches in the NFL, is retiring after 17 seasons, the last three with the Denver Broncos.
Jay Rodgers was promoted from defensive assistant to replace Nunnely, who coached for 36 years.
The 60-year-old Nunnely also coached defensive linemen with the San Diego Chargers (1997-2008) and the New Orleans Saints (1995-96) after 18 years at the college level, including four as head coach at UNLV.
Broncos pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil called Nunnely “a great technician” and a “great man and a great mentor off the field.”
Rodgers spent the last three seasons as a defensive assistant in Denver. His younger brother, Jeff, is entering his second season as the Broncos’ special teams coordinator.

Elway explains: ‘He’s our guy’

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“He’s our guy for the future,” Broncos’ vice president of football operations John Elway said of their 57th overall draft pick. “And sometimes we have to sacrifice the short-term for the long-term to grab the guy that you believe can be that next guy for you, and that’s Brock Osweiler.”
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If the current – Peyton Manning – fulfills his five-year contract, then the future – Brock Osweiler – will be holding a clipboard for awhile on the Denver Broncos’ sideline. Osweiler, a 21-year-old righty from Montana who stands 6-8, is working hard to fix flaws in his throwing motion to better capitalize on his height advantage.
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