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. Considering both squads feature physical defenses, things could get a little chippy when these two teams practice together on Wednesday and Thursday.
Lynch was disappointed, Joseph said, "but he understands that it's a performance business".
"Chad's played well. He played well in the scrimmage. And everything we do, it's graded and it's counted". In his preseason debut, he finished 6-for-11 with just 24 yards and a pick.
Kelly, who missed his rookie season past year while recovering from wrist and knee injuries, completed 14 of 21 passes for 177 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Denver's 42-28 loss to the Vikings. Earlier in the week, Rhodes had been kicked out of a practice along with Stefon Diggs after the two jawed back and forth.
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The latest of which is Paxton Lynch, who was selected with the 26th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Most fans in Denver want him off the roster, replaced by first-year quarterback Chad Kelly. That meant Keenum was out two months after leading the Vikings to the NFC championship, and he signed a $36 million, two-year deal with Denver. "We'll move on from that and work on Chicago". He had a great spring, he's had a great camp.
After a strong performance against the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday, Chad Kelly has earned the Broncos' backup quarterback role, Head Coach Vance Joseph said Monday. "He's earned that right". It's not over. We're still competing, but the depth chart is fluid, and it rewards guys who are playing well.
"Obviously I'm upset", Lynch told reporters after the game. "And when your time's called, you better be ready to step up and go".