Paxton Lynch did make the Broncos' final 53-man roster, but not for the obvious reason.
The next time the Broncos step on the field, they’ll be playing meaningful football against the Seattle Seahawks. Thursday night's game went a long way in determining how that team will look.
The Broncos’ preseason finale on Thursday night is meaningless for 22 starters, but oh so important for 68 other players and the Broncos’ future.
In the first preseason game of the Denver Broncos 2018 season, we went back to the tape to analyze the performances of each running back in a very tight position battle with two young rookies emerging.
On Monday, in the team’s first practice since Kelly’s standout first preseason game, No. 6 was running with the two’s.
On Wednesday, the Broncos’ veteran had the day off. Their replacements made it hard to notice their absence.
Depth charts don’t always tell the full story. Thus, on the day the team released their first depth chart, here’s how things are stacking up on the field.
Case Keenum owned the first football Sunday in the Mile High City on the second practice of training camp.
The Broncos could realistically have six regular contributors from the 2017 draft class this upcoming season. A huge upgrade from last year.
Of the eight rookies on the roster last year, only Garett Bolles started a single game. Even with that, there is still hope for that class moving forward.
The Broncos had their final full-speed practice of the offseason on Wednesday, which was full of storylines.
The Broncos aren’t close to naming a starting running back, but early signs would point to the young backs really impressing during OTAs.