DENVER — The most wide-open position battle on the Broncos roster is also the one that could define the ceiling of the defense. If at least one cornerback emerges as a quality No. 3 behind projected starters A.J. Bouye and Bryce Callahan, Denver would possess the capability of having a smooth rush-and-cover partnership. But at some point, that No. 3…...
There are plenty of reasons why Michael Ojemudia should be the Broncos’ third CB, despite being a rookie.
There’s a whole bunch of money on the table in 2020 for the Broncos’ highest-paid players. A whopping $71.48 million, to be exact.
Not only does Denver’s $122 million allocated to the defense lead the league, but it’s also 33 percent more than the league average of $92 million. That means Vic Fangio’s unit better be darn good.
After a star-studded free-agency and trade period, John Elway plugged many of the holes with his sweet-as-honey moves. Yet there’s still plenty of work to be done as Vic Fangio acknowledged after free agency, saying “we still have enough needs on both sides of the ball.” Here’s how those needs stack up as the team enters the draft.
John Elway officially tied down his 2016 third-round pick for one more year. Now Elway has four months to tie him down for the long-term.
John Elway can have upwards of $100 million by saying goodbye to some of the players who are under contract for the 2020 season. Here’s who would free up cap space if they Broncos let them go.
John Elway has a lot of money to spend this offseason. Here’s how it stacks up to the rest of the NFL and how it can be spent.
With Denver not in a position to lose a player of Chris Harris Jr.'s caliber at cornerback, here are the three components the Pro Bowl corner will be looking for in free agency, whether it be from the Broncos or someone else.
If Bausby wants to cement his spot in the lineup while Callahan continues his protracted recovery from the foot injury, one interception Sunday might be all it takes.
After numerous six-to-eight week injuries and multiple players finding their way to the injured reserve, Vic Fangio finally was able to deliver good news about many of his players on Wednesday.
Vic Fangio isn’t hoping, or planning, on No. 29 strapping up on Sunday against both of their former teams. Instead, he’s shaking up his defense, starting with his other secondary offseason acquisition.
Well, that certainly wasn’t the start anyone in Broncos Country—including inside the UCHealth Training Center—envisioned. But in reality, should it have been a surprise?
Allie Monroy and Ryan Koengisberg break down what to watch for in the Denver Broncos first regular season game against the Oakland Raiders. https://youtu.be/hub1slmBFuE
We break down Duke Dawson, the Broncos latest trade addition, going back to his college days and his latest preseason performance to see how he fits in Vic Fangio's defense.