For right guard Ron Leary and the offensive line, nothing really changes based on who is under center or in the backfield.
Regardless of who wins the starting quarterback gig, the Broncos cannot allow Khalil Mack to continue wreaking havoc.
McKenzie hasn't yet been able to show Broncos Country what he can do, but he has his head coach's seal of approval.
Garett Bolles didn't blink when he was named the starter for his first NFL game. The first-round pick knows that it can all disappear if he doesn't continue to work.
Expect much to be gleaned from the first preseason game of the year, but don't expect anything to be resolved.
It was a busy day at Broncos training camp. Practice was moved inside. The depth chart came out. The QBs battled. All that and more.
Even with injuries to some noteworthy starters, the Broncos are playing solid football ahead of their first preseason game.
Just hours after the team released its first depth chart for the 2017 season, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph named his starters for the first two preseason games.
Siemian and Lynch were listed as co-starters on the teams first depth chart of 2017, signaling that the race for the starting position remains a dead-even heat.
This might be Vance Joseph's "rookie year" as a head coach, but he's already won over his players.