“I talk about flexibility all the time, but we can take the best player,” Broncos GM George Paton said. “We can move up. We can move down. So, I really think we’re in a good spot heading into the draft.”
The Broncos’ defensive nomenclature is different under new defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero. But after spending five seasons under Vic Fangio, Evero has plenty of concepts drawn from the Broncos’ former coach.
Garett Bolles hasn’t seen it all since the Broncos made him their first round pick in 2017. For him to have seen it all, he would have needed to experience the kind of success that eluded them during their seemingly endless trip on the quarterback carousel.
The Broncos are confident in Eric Tomlinson and Albert Okwuegbunam, but there are reasons to believe they'll be adding to the tight-end room in the coming weeks.
New Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett has demonstrated a willingness to adapt his use of running backs to the talent he has on hand in the backfield.
I think it’s exciting for the fans,” Ellis said as he touched on the sale of the team, being named in the Brian Flores lawsuit and the Broncos' desire to play overseas. “The team needs a new owner. It’s time for that.”
Why will the Broncos look at Baron Browning at OLB?
Is trading up from pick 64 on the Broncos' radar?
Could Kareem Jackson and Melvin Gordon return?
George Paton & Nathaniel Hackett tckled these questions — and more — Sunday.
As the price on some lingering veteran free agents drops two weeks into the new league, it’s fair to ask this: Are there names out there who could make sense in the coming weeks and months, should they remain available?
K'Waun Williams is a pure slot corner who brings toughness, playmaking ability on the ball and even a little pass-rush punch.
New Broncos quarterback Josh Johnson has an unique and valuable skill: He can learn an offense in a hurry and play at a competent level on extremely short notice better than anyone else in the sport.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — D.J. Jones’ first two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers didn’t see him set the world aflame. He started four games, posting two tackles for loss in 386 total snaps — one every 193 total plays. Something changed after that. He worked his way into the starting lineup. Those tackles for loss became more frequent, increasing to…...
Josey Jewell looked poised to explode early last season before tearing a pectoral muscle. Now the Broncos hope that he can pick up where he left off after agreeing to a 2-year contract.
Two years ago, Randy Gregory receiving a 5-year contract that could be worth up to $70 million wouldn’t have been on anyone’s radar.
The Broncos’ run defense in 2021 was at times questionable. They hope D.J. Jones is a huge part of the answer.