MOBILE, Ala. — On day two of Senior Bowl practices, things started to heat up, as everyone settled into their roles and began to really compete. While on Tuesday, we kept a close eye on the battles between receivers and defensive backs, Wednesday, we zeroed in on the trenches, with the offensive lines on both teams picking things up despite…...
Speed and explosion were on display, particularly with players like Memphis RB Antonio Gibson, a former college receiver who is one of the most fascinating prospects this year.
MOBILE, Ala. —The first day of the Senior Bowl is always the toughest, as players are poked and prodded all day, starting in the early morning with weigh-ins, then talking to endless members of the media and finally practicing for the first time with new teammates and coaches. In a whirlwind 10-hour day like that, it’s hard to always keep…...
With a focus on the offensive and defensive line, a few players jumped off the film during the first practices.
MOBILE, AL. — Another year at the Senior Bowl and things have changed significantly for the Denver Broncos. It all started here in Mobile, where two offensive leaders in Drew Lock and Dalton Risner were found a year ago. While there are quite a few intriguing arms down here, for the first time in a while, it seems like a…...
Whether defensive line is a high draft need depends on who the Broncos sign or re-sign. But Javon Kinlaw should be on their radar.
Pat Shurmur’s the Broncos new sheriff in town for Denver’s offense. Along with a new offensive system and playbook, the former Giants head coach could be bringing a few of his former players with him out west from the Big Apple.
Wide receivers, offensive linemen and defensive linemen jumped off the page at Shrine Bowl practices in St. Petersburg this week.
With the Denver Broncos making an unexpected move at offensive coordinator, we dig into the tape to see what Pat Shurmur's offense looks like, how he differs from other west coast attacks and how his scheme can take Drew Lock and Denver's young offensive core to the next level.
The Broncos need another good draft, and with the college all-star games cranking up, the next two weeks are valuable in gathering intel and separating prospects, starting with this coming week's Shrine Bowl.
With Denver not in a position to lose a player of Chris Harris Jr.'s caliber at cornerback, here are the three components the Pro Bowl corner will be looking for in free agency, whether it be from the Broncos or someone else.
Much like the last four years, the Broncos' 2019 season ended over a month before the Super Bowl. But while that, and a 7-9 record, seems devastating on the surface, there were plenty of subplots that give the organization momentum going into the offseason.
On Mar. 18 at 2:00 p.m. MST, Justin Simmons will become a free agent and will be allowed to sign with any team in the league. But that won't happen. Here's how much it'll cost to keep him in Denver.
John Elway, accompanied by Vic Fangio, strutted into the team auditorium late Monday morning to address the media with an unfamiliar trait—an unwavering smile. Both came prepared with plenty of news, too.