The Broncos took a look at QB Mark Sanchez today, but did it without new head coach Josh McDaniels. Reports from the Denver Post state that the coach fell ill, and didn’t make the trip to California with offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and general manager Brian Xanders to watch the top rated QB.
McCoy and Xanders were set to work out Sanchez Tuesday morning on the field at Sanchez’ former high school, Mission Viejo. They then were set to return Denver later in the day, as they sit back and get ready for the draft, which is set for just four days from now.
Sanchez’s stock has been skyrocketing, and there is talk that the Broncos are very interested in his services, though they would for sure have to make a move to move up in the first round to grab the thrower.
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