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    Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez sports secret flask hidden in cane at Kentucky Derby

    Well this is weird....

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.2630159

    Mark Sanchez is already working on his quarterback sneak.

    The former Jets quarterback, who was traded from the Eagles to the Broncos in March, was schmoozing with the best of them at the Kentucky Derby over the weekend.

    SINGLE, CHILDLESS MARK SANCHEZ READY TO WIN WITH BRONCOS


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    Mark Sanchez's Kentucky Derby cane included a hidden flask.
    But it was his arm candy that drew the biggest crowd: a cane that doubled as a flask.

    Wearing a three-piece dark gray pinstriped suit, the man who brought us the “butt fumble,” was spotted showing off his new toy which had a twist top that came off to reveal a glass tube inside.
    An antic which was simply not needed...IMO

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    Cane flasks are AWESOME....
    http://s7.postimg.org/hjr8fcmaz/EM2.jpg

    Adopted Bronco: Andy Janovich

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    Give the man a break. Alcohols expensive and he's only gaurenteed a million this year. Marks just a baller on a budget.....

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    Not that big of a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rst08tierney View Post
    Give the man a break. Alcohols expensive and he's only gaurenteed a million this year. Marks just a baller on a budget.....
    Now that's funny. That place sure seems to get people in trouble. Remember Wes Welker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Now that's funny. That place sure seems to get people in trouble. Remember Wes Welker?
    Think Welker was Churchill Downs and those idiots over paid him 14k so he decided to give it out to everyone there. I'm sure the molly influenced his decision making but you gotta love his suite.

    http://m.tmz.com/#article/2014/05/16...erpayment-15k/

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    The only weird part of that article to me is that they referred to him as "single, childless Mark Sanchez" for some reason. I feel like he should be on a date with the virgin Connie Swail.

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    Think it was full of prune juice, just to ease those butt fumbles.

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    I think it was needed

    This behavior motivated someone to bring this to my attention

    I thank you and now I go to shop for my Cane Flask

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    Quote Originally Posted by listopencil View Post
    The only weird part of that article to me is that they referred to him as "single, childless Mark Sanchez" for some reason. I feel like he should be on a date with the virgin Connie Swail.
    I would argue someone with child and not single needs a Cane Flask more then the single person without child.

    Maybe that is their point?

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    Without saying too much to get me in trouble again, I'm not confident in your qb's character. It probably affects his ability to lead a team. Is it the worst thing? No. But it's one of other things that he's done that points to a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Mora View Post
    Without saying too much to get me in trouble again, I'm not confident in your qb's character. It probably affects his ability to lead a team. Is it the worst thing? No. But it's one of other things that he's done that points to a problem.
    You gotta be trolling again with this one.

    Marks not the face of the Franchise so his petty actions off the field especially this one are meaningless. His character needs to be judged on the field running this offense.

    Hes already doing his due diligence grinding at dove valley learning the play book day in and day out since the trade but some how you over looked that to take a stab at his charter because of a cane flask? smh..........

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    I heard Johnny Manziel gave it to him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rst08tierney View Post
    You gotta be trolling again with this one.

    Marks not the face of the Franchise so his petty actions off the field especially this one are meaningless. His character needs to be judged on the field running this offense.

    Hes already doing his due diligence grinding at dove valley learning the play book day in and day out since the trade but some how you over looked that to take a stab at his charter because of a cane flask? smh..........
    No I'm not trolling. It's not just the cane flask. I can't elaborate much more or I'll get more infractions. The qb is your offensive leader on the field. How does Mark handle anxiety and pressure off the field? I believe it can translate to how he handles anxiety and pressure on the field when things get tough. His track record is not good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Mora View Post
    No I'm not trolling. It's not just the cane flask. I can't elaborate much more or I'll get more infractions. The qb is your offensive leader on the field. How does Mark handle anxiety and pressure off the field? I believe it can translate to how he handles anxiety and pressure on the field when things get tough. His track record is not good.
    Until Sanchez FAILS as a bronco on the field, let the poor man throw down some Cane Shooters with the boys on his day off.

    You cant even argue this by saying Mark has a drinking problem and it will transition poorly on the field.

    Lets turn back the clock to 1989. John Elway was rumored to have a drinking problem because he was seen drinking beer and playing backgammon at a local night spot.

    Too bad off the field actions dont always transition to Sundays.

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