With the offseason, training camp and preseason complete, building the roster is the only thing that stands between the Broncos and the regular season.
The Broncos’ offense struggled on Friday, to put it nicely. For the first half of practice, it appeared the defense was following their lead. Justin Simmons put an end to that.
Vic Fangio let the tides settle in Thursday’s practice by taking the pads off and having a shorter practice before the waves will start crashing on Friday with the 49ers.
Joe Flacco, Ja’Wuan James and Kareem Jackson all made their debut in Orange & Blue. But it wasn’t the top-dollar acquisitions that flashed in the Seattle sky, nor was it their fault the team fell 14 to 22 to the Seahawks.
As of Thursday’s practice, the Broncos have been on the training-camp grind for a full week. There was a new twist on Thursday.
With a special group of edge rushers and cornerbacks, the Denver Broncos already have the making for a potentially elite pass defense. The missing piece is increased depth among both units, which is why we went back to the tape to analyze some of the most intriguing contributors on the second unit and beyond.
Some of the following roster battles will determine who will make the 53-man roster, while others will actually have a significant impact on the field this year.
Early indications would suggest John Elway’s hit back-to-back jacks—not on the diamond as he could do in his youth, but in his two most recent rookie classes.
The 2019 Broncos are quickly taking form. Here's everything you need to know about the team heading into training camp.
Vic Fangio is synonymous with linebackers, building his reputation on coaching some of the best second-level units in recent NFL history. Fangio hasn’t just coached up great linebacking units, he’s built schemes around them, perfectly countering modern NFL attacks built around quick passes over the middle of the field, with rangy, athletic backers with high-end cover skills. Which is why…...
The Broncos picked Oregon linebacker Justin Hollins in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Hollins primarily played 3-4 outside linebacker in college, so Denver’s decision to bring him in makes sense given the departures of Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett. But the Broncos are also giving Hollins a look at inside linebacker, a surprise that comes in the…...
John Elway stole the headlines during the 2019 draft. But was it successful? Will the big-time moves pan out?
With the 156th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Oregon outside linebacker, Justin Hollins. We break down the high upside do it all linebacker.