"It wasn't that I didn't want to stay in Denver," Barrett said. "I feel like my last two years there, I felt as though that there was a zero percent chance to start."
If you think you know the Titans from their game against the Broncos last year ... you don't. And if you think the Titans are that team that seemed perpetually poised to go 9-7 ... they aren't, even though they finished with that record for the fourth consecutive season last year
Without Von Miller, it wouldn’t be fair to expect Denver's defense to be the best in the league, as they very well could have been with Von.
But with a defensive mastermind leading a unit that's been upgraded from last year, there's no reason why the expectations shouldn't be higher than what they were last year.
As Justin Simmons stated on Wednesday, there is just simply no replacing the type of player Von Miller is.
But the Broncos don't have a choice. They have to find a way to replace the irreplaceable. Here's how they'll do it.
As the regular season dawned, the Broncos were counting on a powerful defense to carry the team and sustain their hopes while a young, evolving offense found its footing. Losing Von Miller could deal a body blow to those hopes.
Updates on Bradley Chubb and K.J. Hamler and moves with recent draft picks were among the notable items as the Broncos got down to 53 players Saturday.
If this were a normal year, the Broncos would have spent Thursday in the Phoenix area. As we know, this is not a normal year.
With no advanced notice, Vic Fangio made Essang Bassey the Broncos' starting nickel cornerback during practice on Wednesday.
The undrafted rookie impressed.
At the beginning of training camp, John Elway tempered his expectations for the Broncos' young offense. Near the end of camp, Vic Fangio is presenting a similar caution about Bradley Chubb. But for completely different reasons.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Monday morning’s Broncos practice was the 13th of training camp so far. Usually at this point in their work, the team would be through one preseason game and getting ready for its second, with the regular season still nearly a month away. For example, when the Broncos had their 13th practice in 2019, it was Aug. 5.…...
As Vic Fangio put it after practice, defensive coaches and players loved the way the scrimmage went. On the flip side, offensive players and coaches did not.
The Broncos' pass rush is going to be a problem for opponents. Sunday morning, it was a problem for Denver's offense.
Courtland Sutton lived a cliche Wednesday morning. It isn't whether you fall down; it's what you do when you get back up.
The Broncos' first padded practice of camp, on Monday, was "just OK," according to Vic Fangio.
It was clear on Tuesday, the defense got Fangio's message loud and clear. That wasn't good news for the Broncos' offense.
Vic Fangio didn't play "Under Pressure" by Queen on the loudspeakers during warmups on Sunday. But it would have been a fitting theme song for Sunday’s practice as the pass rush brought the heat.
Unlike much of the NFL, Bradley Chubb actually benefited from the NFL shutting down during the offseason.
On Tuesday, as veteran players reported for their first COVID-19 test, John Elway and Vic Fangio spoke to the media via Zoom to preview a training camp that will be like nothing anyone has seen before.
While COVID-19 maintains to be the most talked-about topic around the NFL, and world, there were still plenty of other headlines from Tuesday's press conferences.
The guys discuss what type of season Bradley Chubb should and could have in 2020, answer listener questions and much more.