George Paton was a part of the Vikings' management team that drafted Xavier Rhodes in the first round eight years ago. Could Paton look to Rhodes again to rebuild the Broncos' cornerback corps?
With the salary cap expected to drop to roughly $180 million, NFL teams will be looking to save cap space everywhere they can.
Here are the players George Paton and the Broncos could move on from this offseason to open up cap space.
With a large $10 million cap hit, A.J. Bouye was instantly expected to be Denver's stud outside cornerback in 2020.
Was the veteran corner able to live up to the high expectations his first year in Denver?
With final say on the Broncos' roster, George Paton could end up being the first of many changes coming to Denver.
Here are the players in the most limbo with Paton now in charge.
While it isn't yet time to write the eulogy for the Broncos' 61st and most unusual season, the Broncos' struggles to protect the football on offense and pry it loose on defense offer a clear reason why the team has yet to gain any traction in the AFC race.
Denver's defense is guaranteed to see more games lost by starters than it did last year. How can it cope?
The Broncos have a chance to get three starters and many role players back for this week's big game against the Chiefs.
The injury bug struck the Broncos and hasn't left.
After losing Von Miller for a majority of the year, if not the entire year, just before the start of the season, Denver lost A.J. Bouye and Phillip Lindsay for multiple weeks during Week 1's game against the Tennessee Titans.
But losing three Pro Bowl players just wasn't enough. On Sunday, Denver lost Pro Bowl receiver Courtland Sutton and Drew Lock as well as many players on the defensive side of the ball.
The guys discuss how the Broncos will attack the Steelers without A.J. Bouye, answer listener questions and much more.
Without Von Miller, it wouldn’t be fair to expect Denver's defense to be the best in the league, as they very well could have been with Von.
But with a defensive mastermind leading a unit that's been upgraded from last year, there's no reason why the expectations shouldn't be higher than what they were last year.
The Broncos had a three-man competition for the team’s third cornerback spot throughout the majority of training camp.
Two of them are no longer on the roster. Here's why.
As Vic Fangio put it after practice, defensive coaches and players loved the way the scrimmage went. On the flip side, offensive players and coaches did not.
Leading up to training camp, Emmanuel Sanders and Jerry Jeudy worked out together at a local field in Colorado.
Despite having two Pro Bowls, a Super Bowl ring and three 1,000-yard seasons to his name, the man that wore No. 10 in Orange & Blue last year was actually the one who reached out to the Broncos’ new No. 10 for advice on how to improve his game.
Vic Fangio began Friday's practice by bringing his team together in a huddle. After a minute of Fangio addressing his team, players started to hoot and holler and get hyped for whatever message the coach was delivering.
The defense took that shot of energy and ran with it to start practice. The offense, however, didn't pick up on it one bit as they came out flat, sluggish and out of tune. The energy started to hit the offense as the practice went on.
The Broncos' first padded practice of camp, on Monday, was "just OK," according to Vic Fangio.
It was clear on Tuesday, the defense got Fangio's message loud and clear. That wasn't good news for the Broncos' offense.
The agreement between the NFL and NFL Players Association turns a potential budget-blasting catastrophe into an alteration that will be manageable for most teams, including the Broncos.