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.
Along with John Elway, there are plenty of other people in the Broncos organization that are completely and utterly focused on 2019 and nothing beyond.
If there weren’t high expectations for Von Miller and Bradley Chubb already, Seahawks’ head coach Pete Carroll raised those expectations even more on Wednesday.
Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
Last year, Joe Woods had a “level one” defense. This year, with the addition of Bradley Chubb, he’s ramping it up to “level two.”
John Elway once again proved there may be one position he values more than quarterback. For good reason, too.
With no major needs existing for the Broncos as they enter the draft, John Elway could stick to best player available and potentially land another dangerous pass rusher.
Enough with the games, Las Vegas says Kirk Cousins should end the nonsense and uncertainty and officially narrow down his list to three teams the moment free agency begins.
Is the Broncos’ defense being wasted since Super Bowl 50? A few players are coming to the harsh realization.
John Elway dubbed Von Miller a “once-in-a-decade” talent. He was right, until Khalil Mack came around.
With a big, tall smile on his face, Brock Osweiler couldn’t be happier to be back in the city and organization he left just 18 short months ago.
18 months ago, Brock Osweiler signing a contract with the Broncos was meant to happen. It didn’t. Now, it wasn’t meant to happen. And it did.
It’s not quite a regular season game, but the Broncos’ second preseason game carries a little more significance than other preseason games, most notably due to these five players.
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.
The Broncos’ pass defense has led the league for two straight seasons. Now, entering their third year together, the ‘No Fly Zone’ is shooting for history.
Kansas City native Shane Ray displayed his excitement, and his hometowns disappointment, in Jamaal Charles joining the Broncos.