On Saturday, for the first time in the Vic Fangio era, the pads came on at Broncos training camp. But the story of the day didn’t have to do with big hits or contact.
Pat Bowlen had one of the most unique owner-player relationships that went far beyond the football field.
On Monday, as he remembered and celebrated his former boss and friend, John Elway was left speechless recalling his favorite memory of he and Pat Bowlen.
With an initial short list of candidates beginning to seep out, Elway identified exactly what he’s looking for from the next head coach of the Denver Broncos.
Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
Nobody knows who the next owner of the Broncos will be, but Beth Bowlen started the conversation on Thursday.
At 22-years old, the Broncos second-round pick identified exactly what John Elway and Joe Ellis have been looking for all offseason.
Broncos President & CEO Joe Ellis has been the head of the organization for seven years, but two consecutive seasons could come with a new set of challenges.
A belief in Vance Joseph wasn’t the only reason John Elway decided to bring back his head coach for a second season.
With one year remaining on his contract, John Elway maintained that an extension will get done before the start of this season to keep him the general manager of the Broncos.
Even though there will be a new head coach and all new coordinators for the Denver Broncos in 2017, Vance Joseph, and John Elway, don’t expect the championship-level goals to be any different moving forward. In fact, they may have risen.
In his third go-around hiring a head coach, Denver Broncos’ General Manager John Elway is taking a much different approach than he has in the previous two times.
Gary Kubiak and John Elway are the Denver Broncos and have been for the greater part of the past three decades. On Monday, in an emotional retirement press conference, Kubiak said goodbye to the organization and his friend one final time.
The Denver Broncos have a tradition for only the most elite players to ever don the Orange & Blue. It’s simply known as the “Ring of Fame.” The ring was introduced in 1984 by owner Pat Bowlen to honor past players and staff for their contributions and dedication to a franchise so rich and thick with tradition. The ring,…...