ENGLEWOOD — One day after throwing a fight in the middle of the Broncos training camp practice, wide outs Emmanuel Sanders & Courtland Sutton are back on good terms.
The two though are now offering a fight on pay-per-view? Jokingly, of course.
"First of all, I just want all the media and the fans to know that me and Courtland are selling pay-per-view tickets for our next bout starting at $69.99," said a laughing Sanders while standing next to Sutton. "Tickets will go on sale tomorrow. Questions?”
Sanders then followed up with a more serious answer about the relationship after Monday's fight.
“It stands good. Obviously, we’re family. We went to the same school and grew up in the same area. It was a miscommunication and that’s just what it is, but at the end of the day, we’re back on the same page trying to be the best receivers in the world," Sanders said. "Sometimes through failure is growth and I feel like me and him have grown through this, in terms of bringing that dog out of us even more and just ready to win and ready to tear it up.”
Sutton echoed what the veteran receiver had said.
“One-hundred percent. I think what Emmanuel said is right on point. We’re brothers at the end of the day. That’s all that matters. Like he said, we went to the same school. This is a dude I look up to, a dude I’ve been watching for a long time, chasing his records and getting here and following in his footsteps. All of that stuff is swept under the rug. We’re moving on to bigger and better things. We’re ready to win and take what we have here and keep growing.”
Both were seen smiling and interacting all throughout practice on Tuesday, in preperation for their second preseason game on Thursday against the Seahawks.