Mark Sanchez worked "exclusively" with the Broncos' first-team offense at Tuesday's minicamp practice.
Mark Sanchez (thumb surgery) has resumed practicing fully at OTAs.
ESPN's Jeff Legwold said the Broncos like Mark Sanchez "more than you'd think."
Broncos.com's Andrew Mason describes the team's quarterback job as a "wide open" competition.
Mark Sanchez (thumb surgery) is not expected to participate at Broncos OTAs.
Mark Sanchez (thumb) hopes to participate in OTAs next week.
Mark Sanchez is recovering from left (non-throwing) thumb surgery, and is expected to miss next week's OTAs sessions.
Mark Sanchez said he views the Broncos' selection of Paxton Lynch in the first round as a vote of confidence.
Emmanuel Sanders said Mark Sanchez has made a "great impression."
Mark Sanchez expects to be given a "fair shot" in the Broncos' quarterback competition.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said he believes Mark Sanchez can "run our offense."
ESPN's Jeff Legwold reports the Broncos have told Mark Sanchez he will have the opportunity to compete for the starting job.
Broncos acquired QB Mark Sanchez from the Eagles in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2017.
CSN Philly believes the Eagles will move on from Mark Sanchez this offseason.