As Elway changes and evolves his stance on draft picks maybe it’s time the narrative changes too.
Whether it’s for the better or worse, the Broncos’ roster is far from settled entering training camp. Here’s what could shakeup in the summer battles.
In the NFL, it’s difficult to count on rookies to have much of an impact. Don’t expect that to be any different for the Broncos in 2017.
Ty Sambrailo was a forgotten man coming into this offseason but with a healthy offseason and some added muscles he's become more of a factor in the Denver Broncos offensive line plans.
In the back and forth that is, and will be, the Broncos’ heated quarterback battle, one had a better day Wednesday, and it wasn’t even close.
As Broncos mandatory mini camp begins, the first-round pick is making strides, tensions are rising and the quarterbacks are each playing their unique game.
With all eyes on the quarterbacks, the Broncos’ new offensive line is quietly starting to fall into place.
In a press conference where he says very little, John Elway maintained the Broncos will draft the best player available.
With just four free agent moves, John Elway completely changed the way the Denver Broncos will approach the draft.
After a quiet first of of NFL free agency, the Denver Broncos still have plenty of potential moves to make. Here is what they are looking at.
The Denver Broncos offensive tackles were a mess last season, however, this offseason the position could get even messier. Here’s what could happen.
The Denver Broncos have the attitude, and cap space, to suggest that changes in the offensive line will take place sooner rather than later.
Although Sunday’s game will be the only January game for the Denver Broncos this season, it may resemble more of a preseason game played in August than the exciting Week 17 matchup that the Mile High City was hoping for.
After losing 30-20 on Sunday night to the Oakland Raiders, the Denver Broncos may have avoided another devastating loss. On Monday Gary Kubiak was encouraged by Derek Wolfe's arm injury, even though the timetable is still unknown.
The Denver Broncos will travel to sunny San Diego to face the Chargers in their second Thursday night game of the year—with opening day starter Trevor Siemain back at the helm.
After a tumultuous offseason, the Denver Broncos added toughness, leadership and solid play in veteran Russell Okung