The guys host an emergency pod to talk about the Broncos trading Emmanuel Sanders to the 49ers, answer listener questions and much more.
With the Broncos sitting at 2-5, and Sanders on the final year of his contract, John Elway felt it was time to get value for Sanders.
Andrew Mason breaks down the potential suitors for Emmanuel Sanders. Who can the Broncos deal with, and what return can they get for him?
The heat wasn't too hot for the San Francisco 49ers as they took down Denver 24-15 in the Broncos' third preseason game. The score, however, isn't what matters in the preseason. Here's who's trending up and who's trending down with two weeks left until cut day.
The San Francisco 49ers’ defense punched the Denver Broncos’ offense in the mouth in the team’s first joint practice session on Friday. On Saturday, in round two, the Broncos returned the blow.
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.
Denver Broncos 2019 first-round pick Noah Fant isn't a conventional in-line tight end but his skill set and appeal, in Rich Scangarello's new scheme, is easy to see with a blueprint rooted in the otherworldly production of another Iowa tight end who dominated the NFL in 2018.
We dig into every individual performance from the Denver Broncos horrific 20-14 defeat at the lowly San Francisco 49ers.
On Monday, following the worst offensive performance to date, Vance Joseph's tone changed when talking about his signal caller, specifically offering one tweak he wants to see in his game.
The 49ers had one threat on the offensive side of the ball. And he had a record-setting day against the Broncos.
Can the Broncos stay focused on their quest at a miraculous comeback? Or will they fall flat in the Bay?
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
When the Broncos need money for salary cap space they don’t go to the bank, they go to the office of a lawyer and former player agent.
Bill Musgrave’s job as the Broncos’ offensive coordinator is simple. He’ll seemingly have his choice of quarterbacks to complete the task, too.