CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) – With Broncos OTA’s winding down, quarterback Paxton Lynch says he is happy with what he’s shown during the spring practices.

“I am confident in where I am right now, I think the coaches are pretty pleased with how the quarterbacks have played and the offense, too,” Lynch said on Xfinity Monday Live on CBS4. “I think the offense as a whole wants to finish strong and get some good work in and then enjoy this break.”

Paxton Lynch (credit: CBS)

For the second straight offseason, Lynch is battling to be the Broncos starting quarterback, this year going head-to-head with Trevor Siemian.

“It has been good because I think it has forced both of us to play better and to show up to work day in and day out knowing that you are trying to earn a job,” Lynch said.

Lynch says despite being in a competition, he has tried to just focus on getting better every day.

“There are times where you miss a pass and you are like ‘Dang, I have to complete that,’ but mostly I am focused on making myself better so I can make the guys around me better,” Lynch said.

The Broncos conclude OTAs this week with a minicamp from Tuesday to Thursday, and then break until training camp in late July.