Winner and losers: Broncos nab Lynch while Tunsil falls

Less than two months removed from being jilted at the aisle by Brock Osweiler, Broncos head honcho John Elway has found his new lanky quarterback of the future.

The Broncos traded up five spots to No. 26 overall Thursday night to take Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch, giving up the 31st overall pick and a third-rounder to Seattle in order to do so. Elway seemingly couldn’t wait to let the world know that the Broncos were no longer interested in Colin Kaepernick.

Mark Sanchez suddenly looks like a real favorite to start in Week 1 for the defending Super Bowl champions, which is a sentence I never expected to write. The Broncos aren’t drafting Lynch to start right away. He has a lot to learn at the NFL level and looks like a player who will need to spend his first season on the sidelines.

Lynch’s mobility and arm strength make him a perfect fit for coach Gary Kubiak’s system. Kubiak’s history as a quarterback tutor and the team’s talent on both sides of the ball make Denver a perfect fit for

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