One aspect of the rookie’s game pushed him over the edge to being named the Broncos’ starting running back on Monday.
The next time the Broncos step on the field, they’ll be playing meaningful football against the Seattle Seahawks. Thursday night's game went a long way in determining how that team will look.
The Broncos’ preseason finale on Thursday night is meaningless for 22 starters, but oh so important for 68 other players and the Broncos’ future.
Chad Kelly has done nothing but impress, but the Broncos aren't quite ready to name him the permanent backup just yet.
Before the roughest week of Paxton Lynch’s professional career could end, it got drastically worse on Saturday night.
Outside of three bombs, the Broncos’ offense was full of dinks and dunks on Thursday. And that’s a good thing.
In their final practice before welcoming the Chicago Bears to town, the defense came out of the gates on fire.
On Monday, in the team’s first practice since Kelly’s standout first preseason game, No. 6 was running with the two’s.
The Broncos first preseason game had it all, from nightmares to pleasant dreams about better days to come.