The Broncos start the preseason at home before finishing the last two games on the road.
While the country debates which Case Keenum the Broncos will get in 2018, the organization itself is asking a different question about their new signal caller.
In just two moves during the offseason, John Elway addressed an issue with the team he personally identified.
Outsiders continue to question if the Broncos ponied up $18 million per year for a one-hit wonder. Inside the organization, Keenum’s anything but a one-hit wonder.
Football hasn’t even taken the field for the first time in the NFL’s 2018 new league year, but the Denver Broncos are already laying the foundation for what the team will look like.
Everything from the draft to what the roster will look like, John Elway gave an inside look at what to expect from the makeup of the Broncos in 2018.
Case Keenum’s well aware the Broncos could draft his replacement less than two months after he joined the team. Oddly enough, that wouldn’t bother him one bit.
Case Keenum had a phenomenal season last year, but John Elway and Vance Joseph kept pointing to something else about their new quarterback as to why they brought him to Denver.
The Broncos locked in an important piece of their linebacking core five minutes into the start of free agency.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.
There’s a different mindset of how the Broncos want to win. That’s exactly why they signed Case Keenum.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
Enough with the games, Las Vegas says Kirk Cousins should end the nonsense and uncertainty and officially narrow down his list to three teams the moment free agency begins.
With Aqib Talib gone, Bradley Roby finally gets his opportunity. But the opportunity at hand is even bigger than just being a starter.