What quarterback doesn't like some speed on the outside?

Brock Osweiler

Brock Osweiler

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: American

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I'm always going to try to win with a positive mindset.

I've always approached the game, going back to when I got drafted in 2012 to Denver, like I was going to be the starter. That's how you have to prepare, whether you are first string, second string or third string, because you never know when something is going to happen to the guy in front of you.

For Mr. Elway to take me in the second round and show that trust that he has in me and the upside he thinks I have, I want to go out and there and prove him right. I want to be able to have him look back 10 years from now, 15 years from now, and have him be very proud about that selection and let him know that he did make the right selection.

No-huddle is something that I'm very comfortable with.

When we're not on the practice field, I'm watching tape, and when I'm not watching tape, I'm doing body work or something like that.

I think anytime that you can eliminate the big hit, it's obviously not only going to be good for your team, but it's going to be good for yourself.

I had a tremendous one season playing for Coach Kubiak, and I have nothing but great things to say about him as a person and a coach.

I think one thing as far as my learning curve and what I'm learning - there is a time to take a sack, and then there is also a time to try to find a way to maybe throw the ball at a receiver's feet.

If you are going to be a starter in the NFL or a major-college program, you are going to have to beat out other great quarterbacks.

What I'm trying to do is maximize every day.

I love working with Coach O'Brien, Coach Godsey, and they are terrific football coaches.

My wife will act as the offensive coordinator at times during the evening. I'll have her read the full play to me. I'll sit there and try to picture it, spit it back out to her, make sure I'm verbalizing it the right way so that when I step into the huddle the next day in practice, things are coming out clear.

Any time a team doesn't score points, it's on me.

There's not a lot of time to have conversations on the field during the game. That's where the trust and the practice comes into play, through practice, through off-site throwing sessions; that's where you build that trust and build that cohesion with a wide receiver.