Call ‘em 41 and 42. For all intents and purposes, Dalton Risner and Drew Lock are the presidents of the Broncos’ 2019 draft class.
Coming out of Iowa as a deadly receiving threat, many in the Mile High City hope Fant can be the next Julius Thomas. There’s just one problem with that comparison.
On Tuesday, Fangio played off the severity of Harris Jr.’s absence from the team's offseason workout program.
Here’s the likelihood of Denver going after each position with their oh-so-valuable No. 10 overall pick.
Peyton Manning's retirement left an undeniable leadership void. Derek Wolfe believes the Broncos finally found the replacement.
John Elway got himself a new coaching staff, new quarterback, new right tackle and a new dangerous secondary. Is Denver now a contender?
On Tuesday, Vic Fangio opened up on the Broncos’ situation in the draft at quarterback and inside linebacker.
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.