ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -The private workout that USC quarterback Mark Sanchez had with Denver Broncos officials in Los Angeles will likely be the last time the strong-armed passer practices for Denver.
Coach Josh McDaniels suggested as much Friday when he said he doubts the Broncos would move into the top 10 in the NFL draft. He unequivocally dismissed the notion of trading both of his first-round picks to make a move for any top-tier player.
The Broncos own the 12th and 18th selections Saturday and they might have to move ahead of Seattle at No. 4 to have a shot at Sanchez.

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