Todd Davis is one of just two new starters on the Denver Broncos vaunted defense but he and his teammates have plenty of confidence to go around.
A Super Bowl rematch right out of the gate? We know you'll be at Sports Authority or glued to your couch Thursday for the 2016 NFL season opener between the Broncos and Panthers. Here are five things to keep an eye on.
Todd Davis and Bradley Roby have been relied on before but this season they have the opportunity to show off their skills like never before for the Denver Broncos.
Our in-depth look at the film of Denver Broncos inside linebacker Todd Davis. Does he have what it takes to replace Danny Trevathan?
Like a summer blockbuster, the Denver Broncos are nearing an epic countdown with Von Miller and they stand to lose more than just a great player.
The Denver Broncos defense put on a marvelous display throughout last season, one in which many say was historic, but those that remain in Orange & Blue want better.
Two big quiet contributors in 2015, Stewart and Roby have yet to reach full potential and expect to be even better in 2016
Phase II of minicamp, Pro Football Focus' top-101 players from 2015 and more impressive offseason work by Mark Sanchez highlighted the week that was in Orange & Blue Country.
From the new odds-on starting quarterback in Week 1 to the faith in the holdover linebackers to a wake-up call for a certain special-teamer, here are four takeaways from the Orange & Blue's draft moves.
In the last year of his contract, Ware took and pay cut and is betting on himself and his team having another big year
For a slight twist, we've taken Denver's projected first-round draft selections from five national mock drafts and ranked them in order of preference. See if you agree ...
Aqib Talib has proven to be one of the NFL's best cornerbacks but this season he is looking to lead in other ways as well
The Denver Broncos have traversed the 2016 free agency period carefully and now they have a few more moves to make but with some serious cap space issues to sort out
Two months removed from a Super Bowl parade, the Orange & Blue continue to dominate the local news headlines and sports-radio discussions -- and with good reason. Expect it to continue all "offseason."
While we're still waiting for a QB, the Broncos lost more free agents, hosted a talented-but-troubled draft prospect and slipped in one national outlet's way-to-early NFL power rankings.
Nearly a month into free agency and still a month before the draft, it's a perfect time to take stock of the defending Super Bowl champions' current roster and assess the areas of need.
The Denver Broncos have quietly addressed their biggest weakness and have set themselves up for major moves in the waning days of free agency and the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Broncos put the majority of their eggs in the re-signing-Brock Osweiler basket, only to see the quaterback bolt for the big bucks in Houston. So where do the Orange & Blue go from here? To be certain it's uncertain, but GM John Elway once again will be counted on to chart the franchise's next course.