The Broncos-Chargers rivalry lost some pizazz earlier this offseason when Philip Rivers, the man everyone loves to hate, left town. But Gordon’s words and actions, along with Chris Harris Jr. fleeing to Los Angeles, just lit the spark for another chapter of the rivalry to begin.
The Colorado native has added plenty of flash to Denver’s running game the past two years. Elway and Fangio believe Flash Gordon will just add to that.
While Graham is open to playing either position, he politely hinted it's not the position he has a preference with, but more so the stability that is what's key—something he didn't have in Detroit.
On Wednesday, the 2020 NFL season kicked off with the official start of free agency. But Elway and Co. were hard at work beginning Monday morning as the legal tampering window opened. Here's how the DNVR Crew graded his initial efforts.
There’s more to life than sports for Casey. But when Jurrell’s on the field, opposing quarterbacks wish football wasn’t a part of his life at all.
It’s hard to ignore the similarities between the Broncos’ new cornerback and their former one. But there’s one glaring difference between the two that won’t take long to notice.
On Tuesday, the Broncos agreed to trade their starting fullback Andy Janovich to the Cleveland Browns for a 2021 seventh-round pick, a sourced confirmed to DNVR.
If other quarterback options present themselves to John Elway this offseason, who is the best option out there? If Drew Lock is, in fact, the Broncos’ guy next year, what backup should they land?
After firing Rich Scangarello after the season and hiring Pat Shurmur, the Denver Broncos will be on their fifth offensive coordinator in the past five years. Will Shurmur last longer than his predecessors?
John Elway officially tied down his 2016 third-round pick for one more year. Now Elway has four months to tie him down for the long-term.
The guys discuss Derek Wolfe's recent comments, talk about their free-agent plans, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss how the CBA impacts the Broncos entering free agency, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos have over $60 million in cap space this offseason. It can be over $100 million by making a few moves. But there are a few players who are guaranteed a roster spot next year because of their contracts.
John Elway can have upwards of $100 million by saying goodbye to some of the players who are under contract for the 2020 season. Here’s who would free up cap space if they Broncos let them go.
The guys discuss the final days of the Combine, breakdown all of Denver's RFAs, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss their biggest takeaways from the NFL Combine, answer listener questions and much more.
In the end, not even the Broncos know what they’re going to do with their first-round pick and won’t know until they’re on the clock. But what we do know, thanks to the Combine, is Denver believes there are worthy receivers on every day of the draft, which eases the pressure on them having to grab one in the first round.