According to the Denver Post, Broncos backup QB Brock Osweiler has shown "inconsistency during OTAs and early in training camp."
According to the Denver Post, Broncos No. 2 quarterback Brock Osweiler "looks ready" to lead Denver's offense in the event of a Peyton Manning injury.
According to the Denver Post, the Broncos still "really like" No. 2 QB Brock Osweiler.
The Denver Post expects Brock Osweiler to depart via free agency before getting a chance to start for the Broncos.
The Denver Post says QB Brock Osweiler has been the Broncos' most improved player between last year's training camp and this one.
Broncos 2012 second-round pick Brock Osweiler has reportedly showed a "power arm" in practices and VP of Football Operations John Elway likes Osweiler's "mental makeup and swagger."
Both coach John Fox and executive John Elway said they consider Brock Osweiler the quarterback of the future.
Playing the entire second half, Broncos rookie Brock Osweiler completed just 5-of-11 passes for 38 yards against the Seahawks in the second preseason game.
Rookie Brock Osweiler is the No. 3 quarterback on Denver's initial depth chart, with Caleb Hanie listed as Peyton Manning's primary backup.
The Denver Post anticipates second-round pick Brock Osweiler breaking camp as the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback barring preseason implosion.
According to the Denver Post, second-round pick Brock Osweiler has shown "footwork that is rare for a quarterback so tall."
Second-round pick Brock Osweiler worked as the Broncos' No. 2 quarterback during Saturday's practice.
Broncos agreed to terms with No. 57 overall pick QB Brock Osweiler on a four-year contract.
The Denver Post reports unsigned No. 57 pick Brock Osweiler is still holding out for a "quarterback premium."