By Sayre Bedinger
The Denver Broncos opened up minicamp on Tuesday, giving us our first look at quarterback Joe Flacco in his new gameday uniform.
The Denver Broncos opened minicamp on Tuesday, which means we all got our first look at some of the team’s newest players in their new uniforms.
That includes starting quarterback Joe Flacco, who rocked the Broncos’ alternate blue top (as all quarterbacks do to show that touching them is forbidden) with the rest of the offense wearing orange and the defense wearing white.
Flacco is featured in this collage the Broncos released.
Regardless of any of our thoughts on Flacco joining the Broncos, it’s cool to see guys in their new team colors.
Flacco was pretty upfront when asked about the Broncos possibly adding a quarterback this year with the 10th overall pick, too. After talking about how his family will move to Denver sometime in July before training camp, he talked about how he’s not focused on what the Broncos do with the 10th pick, especially if it’s a quarterback.
“I want to get this team to be the best it is with me at the quarterback position. Obviously, that is not of most importance to draft a quarterback. But if we do, that’s completely out of my control. I’m going to go out here and I’m going to compete and he’s going to have to come out here and be on the field with me every day, too. I’m all ready for...