With the NFL Scouting Combine in the books, Andre analyses the biggest risers and fallers for the Denver Broncos in the upcoming draft.
The NFL Combine workouts continued on Saturday with two of the highest profile groups in the quarterbacks and receivers underway. Amazingly it was a tight end that stole the show, but there were several standouts good and bad.
Josh Rosen is known as a statue in the pocket, but on Friday at the combine, he got a chance to show that he can go off script, and he shined.
In John Elway’s eyes, the exact same characteristic that may have irked some people about him back in the day is exactly what he’s searching for in his future quarterback.
The guys discuss the big winners and losers from the press conferences, the winners and losers from workouts and much more.
The 2018 NFL Scouting Combine was underway as workouts finally began on Friday with several notable performances. Here are the biggest winners and losers from the first day.
Ask a player what they think about playing for a certain team and you’ll get the same answer every time. Ask a player to just blurt out the first thing they think of about every team, and the answers are a bit more honest and funny.
Baker Mayfield would ignite Denver with enthusiasm if the Broncos draft him. But even if they don’t, he can still help them significantly.
The guys discuss some more new developments on the quarterback front, the idea of drafting a guard at pick No. 5 and much more.
If you think a guard isn’t worthy of a top-five pick meet Quenton Nelson. He’ll probably make you reconsider.
Welcome to draft season. Also known as overreact to arbitrary numbers season, analyze men in underwear season and lazily compare players to other players season.
There was a laundry list of teams that were ready to go all in on the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes. That appears to be changing at the NFL Combine.
Having the right quarterback in place elevated the San Francisco 49ers before he even played a snap.
The guys discuss the latest developments in the QB situation, a jam-packed day for Broncos news, and much more.
Less than two months after we saw him as down-and-out as ever, John Elway looked back to his usual self on Wednesday.
In 2017, Vance Joseph tried to do things the Denver Broncos way. In 2018, Vance Joseph is doing things the Vance Joseph way.