Joe Flacco's the guy in 2019, but that doesn't mean John Elway's done adding quarterbacks.
Just because Denver is ready to pony up $18.5 million and ship a fourth-round draft pick to Baltimore for Flacco’s services by no means rules out the possibility of Denver drafting a quarterback in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Regardless of whether or not Kyler Murray’s wearing Orange & Blue next year, his rise is incredibly beneficial for the Broncos.
ATLANTA — Pat Bowlen, Hall of Famer. Sounds just right. On Saturday, Mr. Bowlen officially added that label to his name, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced. Bowlen’s election into the Hall of Fame — while many would argue was well overdue — was certainly earned in multiple different respects. On the field, the Broncos’ accomplishments under Bowlen were…...
The guys predict who will win the NFL awards, talk to Ryan Koenigsberg in Atlanta about what he’s hearing in connection to the Broncos, break down the Super Bowl and much more.
The guys breakdown the new additions to the coaching staff, talk about how many Broncos will get elected into the Hall of Fame over the weekend, do a mock draft and much more.
The guys breakdown what a Rich Scangarello offense will look like, talk about what Ed Donatell brings to the defense, get your feedback on Drew Lock and much more.
The guys recap the Senior Bowl, draw up a mock draft, answer the listener's questions and much more.
Scangarello has a clear and precise vision of exactly what his offense with the Broncos will look like as he takes the reins as their offensive coordinator.
BSN Denver got the insight on Denver’s new offensive coordinator from 49ers’ coach Kyle Shanahan on Tuesday.
The guys preview the week, what the Broncos will be watching for, dive into the quarterback search and much more.
The guys take a look at Denver's new offensive coordinator, examine what quarterbacks would fit well in the new offense, answer your questions and much more.
When Fangio was introduced as the Broncos head coach, he wanted to make sure one of his areas of expertise didn’t go overlooked.
Sorry flashy, entertaining, exciting, high-flying offenses, it’s all about the fundamentals in Denver.
The Denver Broncos are giving Fangio his first shot to be a head coach with the hopes that he will make Denver's defense elite again. That's precisely what he's done throughout his 40-year career.
Fangio becomes the organization's 17th head coach in franchise history, taking over after Vance Joseph was fired on Dec. 31 following an 11-21 tenure over the last two seasons.