After Vic Fangio called him "tailor-made" for his defense, Bradley Chubb does his best to explain why.
Despite having nearly all of the cards stacked against him—a 32-year old coming off a torn Achilles with a new quarterback—Emmanuel Sanders still has his expectations sky high.
The 2019 Broncos are quickly taking form. Here's everything you need to know about the team heading into training camp.
Von Miller’s always been the Batman in the Broncos Batman and Robin pass rush duo. But, for the first time, that could change in 2019.
Von Miller didn’t make practice enjoyable for his offensive tackle teammates, or quarterbacks for that matter, as he practically lived deep in the pocket all day long.
Vic Fangio is synonymous with linebackers, building his reputation on coaching some of the best second-level units in recent NFL history. Fangio hasn’t just coached up great linebacking units, he’s built schemes around them, perfectly countering modern NFL attacks built around quick passes over the middle of the field, with rangy, athletic backers with high-end cover skills. Which is why…...
On Friday, Devontae Booker delivered a headline that can typically only be found on the cover of the New York Post.
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.
With the contract situation—and a cool $3 million pay raise—under his belt and "in the past," the $12.05 million cornerback only has two things on his mind.
Joe Flacco possesses a trait that hasn’t been seen from a signal caller in Denver since Peyton Manning brought home the team’s third Lombardi Trophy.
Through two OTA practices, it’s becoming clear how Vic Fangio plans to fill the void left by the 5-foot-10, 199-pound cornerback.
In Drew Lock's pre-draft visit in Denver, the Broncos didn’t want to know how great the 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback with a laser-rocket arm was. They already knew.