Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders says the Broncos are going to be a big part of his life after spending time with his family in California.
He says he’ll be able to play football for a long time, and it’ll be something he loves.
Sanders is staying at the Lakeside Resort & Casino, which is in the city’s southwest corner.
He’s staying at an AirBnB home and renting an airboat.
Sanders said he’s planning to do the same in his new hometown.
He wants to go to the lakeside, where he can get some air conditioning and chill out on the water.
The Broncos, who have a team hotel in Denver, are scheduled to open training camp in July.
Sanders was in California with his wife, JoAnn, and their 3-year-old son, Jack.
He said he doesn’t know the specifics of his new life, but he’s looking forward to it.
He plans to go bowling and golfing with his girlfriend, Amy.
Sanders is not the only Broncos wideout to stay at the resort.
He had a group of friends stay at Lake Arrowhead, a popular resort in Southern California, where they stayed until recently.
It was also the place where Sanders first met Peyton Manning and his family.
The two spent the night at the lake, where the pair had dinner and drinks before heading back to the hotel.
“It was a really fun time,” Sanders said.
“It was like being with them.
I love that.
It’s a beautiful place.
It had the best people.
It has a lot of character.”
Sanders said the resort’s staff is welcoming and open.
He was able to take some of the Broncos’ most important people with him.
He said he plans to bring along his wife to visit him.
He also said he wants to take his son to the Broncos camp and show him the place.
He will stay in a suite in the Lakeshore Resort & Lounge, which the Broncos bought for $2 million.
The resort’s owner, Tony Bracken, said the team is considering moving the Broncos practice facility to the new hotel, but has yet to make a decision.
The Broncos are in a playoff race with the Green Bay Packers.
Sanders played in 11 games last season, catching one pass for 14 yards.
After missing most of the preseason due to a back injury, Sanders returned to action in Week 3 against the Arizona Cardinals.
He finished the season with three catches for 68 yards and a touchdown.
It’s been a tough year for Sanders.
He has two sons, Jack and Noah, and a daughter, Kayla.
This is the first time he’s been back in the Broncos uniform, he said.
Sanders, who played in seven games for the Broncos in 2015, had six catches for 83 yards and two touchdowns last season.