Jerry Jeudy enters his rookie season with sky-high expectations. All indications point that he’ll be able to deliver in a big way.
Marquise Brown, Mecole Harman and Tyreek Hill averaged 44 receptions for 572 yards and six touchdowns during their rookie season. There’s no reason Denver’s second-round pick won’t be able to have similar success.
There are plenty of reasons why Michael Ojemudia should be the Broncos’ third CB, despite being a rookie.
In January, Lloyd Cushenberry III became a national champion. In April, the 22-year old became John Elway’s highest-drafted center ever.
Now, he has a chance to add a cherry on top of what has already been a magnificent year by competing for the Denver Broncos’ starting center position.
While being a third-round pick is certainly impressive, McTelvin Agim hasn’t always been in the back half of Top 100 rankings. In fact, coming out of high school, the 6-foot-3, 309-pound lineman was a five-star recruit, the No. 1 rated prospect coming out of the state of Arkansas and the reigning Gatorade Player of the Year in Arkansas. Talent, clearly, has never been an issue for Denver’s newest defensive lineman.
Physically, the Broncos drafted a near-perfect tight end prospect in Albert Okwuegbunam. Will his potential and chemistry with Drew Lock blossom from the moment the two reconnect or will it take some time?
In two games against the Chiefs, Travis Kelce owned Denver—totaling 17 receptions for 186 yards. Darren Waller of the Raiders also went off in his two games against the Broncos—racking up 177 yards on 13 catches.
The Broncos used a fifth-round draft pick in Strnad in an attempt to slow those two, among others, down moving forward.
The Broncos' 2020 draft class will be one to remember. Not only was the remote nature incredibly unique, but the Broncos drafted 10 players — tying a record for Denver's biggest draft class in the John Elway era. But which of those 10 draft picks was the best value?
Justin Michael is joined by CSU Football’s 2021 commit, Langston Williams, of Eaglecrest High School. Throughout the interview, Williams explains why he feels comfortable committing to the Rams, what sold him on the coaching staff, and why allowing him to play wide receiver was a factor. Later in the episode, Justin plays audio clips from Steve Addazio’s most recent local…
With their third and final selection in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected former five-star recruit McTelvin Agim, the talented defensive lineman from Arkansas. Agim showed great versatility playing defensive end and tackle in college and was the Razorbacks’ best pass rusher in his final two seasons. Despite being a bit of a boom-or-bust…...
Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Andre Simone, Henry Chisholm, Justin Michael and Zac Stevens, the squad discusses how the Broncos did during the NFL Draft, play a game of Keep, Cut, Trade and finished up with some college football talk.…
With the first of their three third-round selections, the Denver Broncos made one of their few defensive picks by selecting Michael Ojemudia, the defensive back out of Iowa. While not a household name, the All-Big Ten second-team selection elevated his stock throughout the draft process and possesses prototypical size-speed combination as an outside cornerback in the NFL. It doesn’t hurt…...
After grabbing Jerry Jeudy in the first round, it appeared that need was taken care of, at least in terms of another high-round pick. But it was that exact thinking by other NFL teams that allowed Denver to snag two of their top receivers.
With the second of their three third-round selections, the Denver Broncos picked one of the most NFL-ready prospects in the class, snatching up LSU center, Lloyd Cushenberry III. Cushenberry was the second-ranked center on our Big Board, carrying a second-round grade. He was also one of the most impressive performers, on and off the field, at the Senior Bowl, constantly…...
John Elway feels the same way about the Broncos' offensive tackle situation as the rest of Broncos County.
"We have to get better there, there’s no question about it," Elway said, regarding Denver's tackle situation. "That’s a position we have to get better at."
Before taking to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, instead of going with the safe “red” or “black” options on the proverbial-roulette table, Elway placed his money on a single number.
After snagging the most dynamic and versatile speed receiver of this special 2020 wide receiver class, the Denver Broncos doubled down by selecting Penn State star, K.J. Hamler. Still only 20-years old, Denver’s second-round selection (46th overall) comes as a ready-made star from one of the most entertaining and explosive offenses in the country. In truth, the Broncos aren’t even…...