The Denver Broncos enter the offseason with Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch competing at quarterback.

Emmanuel Sanders says it wasn't much of a battle last year. Siemian won the starting job ahead of the 2016 season and started 14 games.

"Being a young guy last year, Paxton was like that deer in the headlights, walking around big-eyed," Sanders said.

Sanders says he's seen Lynch grow into a "more relaxed" player.

"It's going to be interesting to see how Paxton takes his second year and hopefully get that Memphis swag back, seeing those two guys compete and seeing who wins the job," Sanders said.