This would have been an ideal year for the NFL to adopt what could have been a radical change.
Jerry Rice is the GOAT of wide receivers, but by the time he got to Denver, he could barely get past "Go."
Just one of the Broncos' final four opponents in 2020 had a winning record last year. But past failure is not a guarantee of future frustration.
Adjusting to this unusual offseason will help determine whether these Broncos can make the most of the 2020 season.
In the third quarter of the season, it's all about the AFC West, as the Broncos face each of their division rivals, plus a difficult home game against the New Orleans Saints.
The second quarter of the season features the two franchises who have represented the AFC in the Super Bowl since the Broncos won Super Bowl 50 ... but one of those teams doesn't resemble what it was when it was fighting for the Lombardi Trophy.
Rarely did the Broncos push the ball downfield with Lock starting last year. That's what will change now with Pat Shurmur in command of the scheme.
Sifting through the potential outcomes in the wake of the Broncos' decision to not exercise the fifth-year option on Garett Bolles.
Lloyd Cushenberry has the clearest path to the starting lineup. Michael Ojemudia could be a key part of the Broncos' sub packages. And McTelvin Agim is more of a developmental player, but as an interior pass rusher possesses a desired skill set.
DENVER — KJ Hamler, the Broncos’ second-round pick, pointed to former Penn State teammate DaeSean Hamilton as one of the people who had an impact on his development as a player. But now the protege could be about to seize playing time from the mentor. Hamler and Hamilton were together during the 2017 season at Penn State. Hamler was a…...
Who are the players that could be on the Broncos' Day 2 radar, and what are some trade possibilities?