For Shanahan, one quarterback has a clear edge over the other. So who does he see under center for the Broncos next season?
As opening day nears for the Rockies, they're looking for their guys to have closer mentalities in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings.
"We still have a lot of flexibility both financially and with players and our picks," Connelly said during the Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio.
"It’s going to be fun to chase those [championships] each year," Joseph told Gil Whiteley and Arran Andersen on Mile High Sports Radio on Tuesday.
Alvarado knows he needs to work hard to regain his former championship form at the age of 36, but he’s willing to put in the time.
"Possibly Varlamov too, [who] you can get for, oh, a bucket of pucks," Frei told Kent Eriksson, Irv Brown and Joe Williams on Mile High Sports Radio.
One aspect of Jokic’s story that many don’t know is that his two older brothers live with him in Denver in order to keep him on the straight-and-narrow.
"If I come in and I do my job the way I know I’m capable of, we have a chance to win a championship," Woods told Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro.
"It’s been 16 years since I've retired," Davis told Goodman and Shapiro, "and I have not felt this way since we won those Super Bowls."
Although many Broncos fans are worried about the current quarterback situation, offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is confident in both Lynch and Siemian.