ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Denver Broncos face critical decisions two weeks before the Super Bowl champions open the season. They have more questions than answers heading into the third preseason game, none more glaring than at quarterback. Trevor Siemian was named the starter ahead of veteran Mark Sanchez for the game against the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday, and the full-time job appears to be his to lose. Siemian, in his second year out of Northwestern, said he isn't looking beyond the Rams. "I'm not reading too much into it," he said of his second straight start. Siemian was limited in practice Tuesday because of a bruised right shoulder but he was throwing Wednesday. Coach Gary Kubiak said
There’s another part of me that thinks I may be wrong, or that at the very least, he be given the opportunity to make something of a team that has his fingerprints, including the selection of Jared Goff, all over it. In my reviews of Hard Knocks, one of the things I’ve taken note of during the show is Jeff Fisher. By in large, this is a team Jeff Fisher likes and can win with.
Los Angeles sports teams stick together, even if the Rams took a bit of a hiatus from their time in the city. While former Los Angeles Lakers great Kobe Bryant decided to call it a career at the end of the 2015-16 season, he’s getting plenty of love on Wednesday, a day that’s been dubbed as Kobe Bryant Day. The reason? Well, because it’s August 24, or 8/24 of course. The Rams paid a nice tribute to the star shooting guard with the following photoshopped image on their Twitter account. There may never be a star who shines as bright in Los Angeles as Bryant did, but the Rams boast a star or two of their own who may help to take some of that available spotlight in their first season back in Los