Noah Fant showed his toughness by playing through an ankle injury for most of the season. Now he wants to show that his production can be elite for an entire year.
If the Broncos are looking for a safety who could develop into a long-term ballhawk, Central Florida's Richie Grant might be their answer.
Wake Forest QB Jamie Newman stole the show after sitting out the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Broncos could take a long look at linebackers, and North Carolina's Chazz Surratt appears to be atop the class at the Senior Bowl.
Bill Kollar teaches his players to get their hands up if they can't get to the QB. No one does that better and is more disruptive than Shelby Harris
Fortune favors the bold. Yes, the Vikings' bold QB moves in recent years didn't get them over the hump. But the moves made by a front office that included new Broncos GM George Paton allowed them to boast the NFL's fourth-highest passer rating over the last five seasons.
George Paton might be perfectly perched at the intersection of time-tested methods and modern innovation.
For the Broncos' new general manager, Simmons' status might not be the No. 1 task in front of him. But it will not be far down the list.
The 2020 season proved that the young Broncos needed the offseason work they lacked due to COVID-19. But what will this offseason look like? "Nobody knows," said Vic Fangio.
Ellis praised John Elway's decision, updated the ownership situation and touched on the organization's financial health in a wide-ranging press conference.
"Ultimately, the GM is going to have that control and being able to come in here and do what he sees fit with the roster," Elway said as he steps away from having final-say authority over football operations.
After four consecutive losing seasons, he knows when to walk away and give someone else the same opportunity that he maximized.
Never has it been more important for the Broncos to nail a year than it will be for them to get 2021 right.
In a season of instability and inconsistency, the steadiest part of the Broncos' offense has been Tim Patrick.
"He's only played so many amount of games. He's going to get it, it's going to click for him, and we need it to click for him," Gordon said.