With reports that T.J. Ward could be on the move, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said he knew nothing about the rumors, but didn’t shut them down.
A few choice words sparked a grand feud between two Broncos teammates during the third preseason game.
Vance Joseph has preached he’s seeking solid decision making from the quarterback position. On Monday, one quarterback did just that.
Whether it’s fortunate, unfortunate or somewhere in between, through six days of training camp the Denver Broncos’ quarterback competition remains just that: a competition.
The physical talent has always been there with Paxton Lynch. But it’s his consistency that is making him a different quarterback.
Whether it’s for the better or worse, the Broncos’ roster is far from settled entering training camp. Here’s what could shakeup in the summer battles.
Swimming, surviving and struggling are words associated with rookies in the NFL. However, come year two, players should be confident, efficient and up to speed.
Although the Broncos had the best defensive backfield in the league the past two seasons, new coach Marcus Robertson may be just what the “No Fly Zone” needed.
Although T.J. Ward and Darian Stewart aren’t leaving Denver anytime soon, the Broncos have already found their replacements and they think the world of them.
In the back and forth that is, and will be, the Broncos’ heated quarterback battle, one had a better day Wednesday, and it wasn’t even close.
Denver Broncos third-round pick Brendan Langley was put on the spot shortly after he was selected by the team in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft. The question: if you could take one thing from each of the Broncos top corners, what would it be?