In this episode of McChesney Unchained, Matt McChesney is joined in studio by Denver Broncos starting guard Connor McGovern. The guys talk about the 2019 Hall of Fame class, Super Bowl 53, the Broncos draft picks, McGovern breaks down fellow Missouri alumni Drew Lock, and much more. Follow the show and Matt on Twitter @BSNUnchained and @SixZeroStrength. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE…
Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
Last season there was a subtle campaign from Broncos players to draft Christian McCaffrey. This year, there’s another campaign brewing.
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.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
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.
The Eagles had a remarkable season. But over the past two years they did one thing that no other team did which led to their Super Bowl championship on Sunday night.
The Broncos' defense was historic on Sunday against the Jets. However, it was the offense that finally came through on the winning formula.
As crazy as it may seem, the Broncos are still mathematically capable of making the playoffs. However, at 3-9, their attention is no longer on this season.
Is the Broncos’ defense being wasted since Super Bowl 50? A few players are coming to the harsh realization.
Beating the Patriots isn’t easy, but if the Broncos have any shot on Sunday Night Football it will be following this formula.
The Broncos’ offensive identity is “a work in progress,” according to Vance Joseph. Not finding one may be their best path to success this season.
In the first game of the season, the Broncos thrived when they were aggressive and struggled when they weren’t.
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.
The health of Jamaal Charles’ knee could have a major impact on the success of the Broncos this year. However, his mentoring abilities could have a deeper impact on the future of the franchise.
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.
With all eyes on the quarterbacks, the Broncos’ new offensive line is quietly starting to fall into place.