Published: Tue, August 14, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Chad Kelly to replace Paxton Lynch as No. 2 quarterback for Broncos

Chad Kelly to replace Paxton Lynch as No. 2 quarterback for Broncos

To help make up that deficit, a Broncos fan named Nick Andrew has started a GoFundMe page with the intent of buying out the quarterback's contract. "He has great potential - physical potential - but it's got to equal performance eventually". He understands that. It's a performance league, and everything we do, it's graded and it's counted.

"Chad's played well. He played well in the scrimmage".

Siemian, who began his career with the Broncos, came on to hit on 11 of 17 passes with one interception.

After Lynch put together a rough performance in the Broncos' preseason loss to the Vikings (and was booed off the field), some Denver fans have already given up on the first-round pick.

"It's really more about what Chad's done, honestly - and Chad has played well, he's played with poise, he's played with confidence", Joseph said. "We'll move on from that and work on Chicago".

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Prior to Monday, Lynch had been the Broncos back-up behind Case Keenum while Kelly had been the third team quarterback. "Those guys made the plays, they got me in the right protections and the guys with the ball in their hands made plays. He's earned that right". However, it appears Lynch has been far from impressive during this year's training camp and has lost his backup job to Chad Kelly, according to head coach Vance Joseph via Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic. Or, will Elway pick up a veteran backup quarterback with playing experience.

"Obviously I'm upset", Lynch told reporters after the game.

Case Keenum wasn't almost as sharp in his Denver debut. He played well (Saturday), outside of the one interception, which led to a score for those guys.

You can't deliver a pass any better than that. Plus, it's not like the Broncos - valued at $2.5 billion by Forbes - are short on cash.

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