Deciding who "won" the the 2019 draft-night trade between the Denver Broncos and the Pittsburgh Steelers is a fool's errand, at least right now. But Andrew Mason will try, anyway.
Barely 12 hours after defending his decision to not take a timeout, Broncos coach Vic Fangio walked it back.
Coulda, woulda, shoulda. The COVID-19 pandemic took nearly all of the fans out of Empower Field at Mile High, but one thing that didn’t change was the Broncos’ recent pattern of self-inflicted wounds in close games.
If you think you know the Titans from their game against the Broncos last year ... you don't. And if you think the Titans are that team that seemed perpetually poised to go 9-7 ... they aren't, even though they finished with that record for the fourth consecutive season last year
Long snappers are like the civil servants of the United States Postal Service. They deliver whenever asked. And you only notice them when something doesn't arrive on time and in its proper place.
By decision, circumstance and the simple passage of time, the Broncos will take the field Monday night with just one player left from Super Bowl 50: kicker Brandon McManus. That serves as a reminder that this is a new team, untethered to the past.
As the regular season dawned, the Broncos were counting on a powerful defense to carry the team and sustain their hopes while a young, evolving offense found its footing. Losing Von Miller could deal a body blow to those hopes.
Updates on Bradley Chubb and K.J. Hamler and moves with recent draft picks were among the notable items as the Broncos got down to 53 players Saturday.
Everything changed when the phone belonging to Todd Davis rang. And at this time of year, a call from the Broncos front office is not what any player wants to see.
If this were a normal year, the Broncos would have spent Thursday in the Phoenix area. As we know, this is not a normal year.
It's practice. It's just practice. But it's also true that the Broncos' offense has trended towards clunkiness in recent days, beset by issues of execution, timing and cohesion, leading to miscues and turnovers aplenty.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Monday morning’s Broncos practice was the 13th of training camp so far. Usually at this point in their work, the team would be through one preseason game and getting ready for its second, with the regular season still nearly a month away. For example, when the Broncos had their 13th practice in 2019, it was Aug. 5.…...
The words of the two-time Pro Bowler had a profound impact on his teammates during their meetings Thursday.
Every year, almost without fail, injuries strike a position group that can least afford to lose depth.
The Broncos' pass rush is going to be a problem for opponents. Sunday morning, it was a problem for Denver's offense.
Do not close the door on the Broncos playing at limited capacity in the final seven home games of the regular season.