As the countdown to the Broncos' first game is officially under one week, Denver's health on the field is trending in the right direction.
Despite a rollercoaster practice with highs and lows, Russell Wilson’s red zone success gave the Broncos’ offense the victory over the Cowboys’ defense during joint practice.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Break the joggers out because Wednesday it was jog-through time down at Denver Broncos’ training camp. Although pads weren’t popping, there were still takeaways from the Broncos’ seventh practice of camp. Here’s what we learned. Who won the day: Receiver depth Only one week into camp and the Broncos’ depth at receiver is being tested… significantly. Not...
Trading for Russell Wilson changed the trajectory of the Denver Broncos as a franchise. Still, the collateral damage from the trade with Seattle will impact other positions on the Broncos’ roster. Other than the draft picks, Noah Fant was the greatest asset the Broncos gave Seattle in exchange for Wilson. Fant’s level of play in Denver gave Broncos fans plenty to debate about but he has all the tools and ability to be an NFL starting tight end for quite a while. Albert Okwuegbunam enters 2022 as the leader to be the successor to Fant. While Okwuegbunam is capable of producing big numbers with Russell Wilson, the Broncos opted to sure up the position by adding Greg Dulcich in the…
When the pads come on in training camp, Albert O. will need to show he can hold his own against Denver's talented front seven.
If and when that happens, Okwuegbunam will be back at the top of the rollercoaster, just where he started in the offseason in a prime position to become Denver's starting tight end.
Russell Wilson hit two 50-yard bombs during Monday's OTA practice.
But one had Nathaniel Hackett jumping up and down.
And it wasn't because of it's perfect placement either.
Will Greg Dulcich be the Broncos' Week 1 starting tight end?
Or will Albert Okwuegbunam, Eric Tomlinson or even Eric Saubert take that role?
After missing Russell Wilson's first workout camp in San Diego, for legitimate reasons, Jerry Jeudy had a one-on-one workout session with Russ at his facility in Souther in California.
"I learned a lot with him," Jeudy said on Wednesday, giving an insight to his eventful offseason.
The guys break down Denver's third-round pick Greg Dulcich, talk about if he will be the Week 1 starter, answer listener questions and much more.
If Dulcich can refine his work as a run blocker, he could work his way into extensive playing time as soon as his rookie season as the Broncos look to fill the void created by the loss of Noah Fant in the Russell Wilson trade.
The Broncos are confident in Eric Tomlinson and Albert Okwuegbunam, but there are reasons to believe they'll be adding to the tight-end room in the coming weeks.
George Paton was dishing out info about the Broncos’ roster like Russell Wilson dishes out deep balls.
Randy Gregory a top priority ✅
Secondary help incoming ✅
More O line moves coming ✅
Russ the recruiter ✅
Bonus: Gregory opens up about signing with Denver
Could the Broncos' solution for the next few weeks without Jerry Jeudy be making more use of two- and three-tight end formations?
Vic Fangio trusted Teddy Bridgewater. More importantly, his gut trusted Bridgewater. And that's why the Broncos had more fourth-down conversions Sunday than they had in their first 14 games last year.
By Tuesday afternoon, George Paton and Vic Fangio must narrow down the Broncos' roster from 80 players to the final 53.
Here's who is projected to make the final roster.
"Saturday, I definitely want to be able to go out and play fast and just not think about anything,” Sutton said.
Drew Lock was electric to start Sunday's scrimmage.
Not only did he have the pass of training camp, he commanded two touchdown drives early.
Lock needed a strong day on Sunday. He delivered.
On Friday, inaccurate was the word of the day for the Broncos' quarterbacks.
One quarterback flipped that on its head in nearly the best possible way 24 hours later during Saturday's practice.