Matt Paradis has drawn comparisons in Denver to Tom Nalen, a five-time Pro Bowl center who started his 15-year Broncos career snapping to John Elway. “Tommy was an exceptional football player, having coached him,” offensive coordinator Rick Dennison said. “(Paradis) has got a long way to go to step into those shoes, but he has some of those traits. We’re hoping that he’ll keep progressing.”
Matt Paradis has drawn comparisons in Denver to Tom Nalen, a five-time Pro Bowl center who started his 15-year Broncos career snapping to John Elway. “Tommy was an exceptional football player, having coached him,” offensive coordinator Rick Dennison said. “(Paradis) has got a long way to go to step into those shoes, but he has some of those traits. We’re hoping that he’ll keep progressing.” David Zalubowski Associated Press file
Matt Paradis has drawn comparisons in Denver to Tom Nalen, a five-time Pro Bowl center who started his 15-year Broncos career snapping to John Elway. “Tommy was an exceptional football player, having coached him,” offensive coordinator Rick Dennison said. “(Paradis) has got a long way to go to step into those shoes, but he has some of those traits. We’re hoping that he’ll keep progressing.” David Zalubowski Associated Press file

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