Paxton Lynch believes he can compete to start for the Denver Broncos during training camp over the next month.

When Denver's offseason program ended, Gary Kubiak said Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian were "neck-and-neck" in the battle to be the starting quarterback.

"I definitely think I have the opportunity to better myself and put myself up in that position to play right away or sooner than I had thought," Lynch said. "I knew those guys were going to be ahead of me just because of experience -- Trevor his experience in the offense and Mark his experience in the league and me being a rookie, and this is the first time I've seen a playbook like that."