Since Peyton Manning retired, the Broncos’ haven’t had the best luck in free agency. That appears to have changed in 2019.
Inside the Broncos facility, there’s a strong consensus that Joe Flacco is the answer moving forward.
After a five minute conversation with Callahan, literally, it was clear Denver was the obvious top destination for the Idaho native for both on and off the field reasons.
Jackson, 30, is an incredibly versatile defensive back that can play safety, inside cornerback and outside cornerback.
Many Broncos starters from last year are about to hit free agency, but should John Elway let them leave?
The guys discuss if the Broncos are now in the market for a top-tier safety after releasing Darian Stewart, preview free agency, answer subscriber questions and much more.
To be frank, the Broncos don’t have massive amount of cap space to work with this offseason. But with many tough decisions, they can free up a significant amount of cap space to let Elway work free agency.
With quarterback off the table in the first round, clarity is beginning to emerge on what positions the Broncos will target.
Despite facing the largest media continent in his short time as an NFL head coach, Vic Fangio didn’t back down on Wednesday at the NFL Combine.
Before free agency begins, John Elway must decide to do with his restricted free agents. Here’s who and what he’ll be debating.
Outside of Von Miller, nearly every household name in Broncos Country could be cut to open up cap space.
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.