Posted: May 18, 2010 11:55 PM
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Long after his teammates headed inside for lunch at Tuesday's minicamp, the Denver Broncos' new quarterback stayed on the field, taking extra snaps, practicing his footwork, working on his reads.
Not Tim Tebow.
He's the other new quarterback in town, the one whose jersey doesn't top the NFL sales charts, whose every move isn't chronicled by a phalanx of photographers, a regiment of reporters.
Yet, Quinn could very well be the one under center for Denver in 2010, provided he beats out incumbent Kyle Orton, who has been running coach Josh McDaniels' system for a year now.
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