When our society emerges into a "new normal," things won't be the same. Even more of our purchases will come straight to our doorsteps. For some, remote "virtual" work is here to stay. This is the direction in which the NFL Players Association wants to take the offseason.
Stephen projects as a backup -- and perhaps as one of the best reserve defensive linemen in the NFL.
The Panthers have reportedly given Bridgewater permission to facilitate a trade. Could Denver be a viable new home?
The time for the Broncos to make a bold leap for a first-round quarterback may be now. Fields’ potential could make him worthy of such a bold gambit.
Justin Simmons spoke with George Paton in January. When the conversation concluded, Simmons thought, "I can't wait. Whatever it's going to take, I'm going to be here."
Harris discusses his big contract and shares his thoughts on George Paton, the Deshaun Watson rumors and Drew Lock.
The Saints are unlikely to let Jameis Winston slip through their fingers. But if they do, the Broncos might be wise to give the boom-or-bust QB a look.
We mustache you this: Could Gardner Minshew II be a short-term boost to the QB room ... and maybe a long-term answer?
Brissett has two seasons in which he started exactly 15 games apiece. Is that enough to where one can firmly stamp him as being headed for "career backup" status?
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah suggests that Darnold would make sense for the Broncos. But could the price tag be too high for a quarterback who hasn't progressed beyond mediocrity?
Vic Fangio knows Trubisky well. While he worked on the Bears' staff, he praised Trubisky's progress. But will that compel the Broncos to take a look at the 26-year-old QB whose production over four years has been average?
The outlook for Von Miller, Justin Simmons, Shelby Harris and the Broncos' restricted free agents were among myriad topics touched on by the Broncos' top football brass March 4.
He's playing the best football of his career right now. His ESPN QBR of 76.9 last year was the best of his career, which followed a 68.3 QBR in 2019 that now stands as the second-highest.
Washington went 11-5 in 16 games that he started over the last three seasons ... and 6-27 in all other contests, including the postseason.