The road to if and when Drew Lock will play is still up in the air. But on Friday, the winds were blowing in a positive direction for No. 3 to take the field at some point this season.
The Lock clock continues to tick. On Monday, Fangio didn’t give hope of it coming to an end any time soon.
The plan for Drew Lock after his first practice on Tuesday has been a mystery. However, on Wednesday, those plans, at least for the short-term, became slightly more clear.
If Broncos players achieve these five statistical benchmarks the rest of the way, you'll know the team is headed in the right direction, regardless of the W-L ledger at the end of the season.
For now, that plan for Drew Lock remains locked behind the doors at Dove Valley. But what’s not at all uncertain is Drew Lock is ready. And he wants the Broncos, and the world, to know it.
Without Joe Flacco, Denver’s down to three unknowns at the most important position in sports. And who will be their backup quarterback remains a mystery.
Since the end of April, the Broncos have been grooming three quarterbacks to backup Joe Flacco. Eight days before the season kicks off, the Broncos completely abandoned those plans, opting to go an entirely new direction instead.
With the offseason, training camp and preseason complete, building the roster is the only thing that stands between the Broncos and the regular season.
With cut day less than a week away, John Elway and Co. got a jumpstart on all of the moves they have to make by Saturday at 2:00 PM in the Mile High City.
Hopefully you had a few cold ones during the game to make it more enjoyable than it was. Here are our takeaways from Denver’s fourth preseason game.
With roughly 20 percent of the roster up for grabs entering the final stretch, here's how the bubble players stack up at each position.
The Broncos’ fourth preseason game on Saturday night against the Los Angeles Rams will look like, well, a fourth preseason game.
The injury bug has stung the Broncos less than three weeks until the start of the regular season. Here's where it all stands and how they plan on dealing with it.
The San Francisco 49ers’ defense punched the Denver Broncos’ offense in the mouth in the team’s first joint practice session on Friday. On Saturday, in round two, the Broncos returned the blow.
The Broncos have a rich history of undrafted rookies making the final 53-man roster. So rich, in fact, that at least one undrafted rookie has made Denver’s roster in 14 of the past 15 years.