DENVER, Colo. — A win! The Broncos are back in the win column with a 19-17 win over the Packers in Denver on Sunday. They improved their record to 2-5, with a home matchup against the Chiefs looming on Sunday. Here’s how the Broncos graded out… Offense Quarterbacks Russell Wilson: B+ — Wilson took what the defense gave him. When the…
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The next time we see the Broncos, they’ll be taking the field in Arizona for a real football game. (Well, at least as real as August football can be.) The Broncos held their final practice on Wednesday before they take on the Cardinals in a preseason bout at 8 p.m. MDT on Friday. Starters are expected to…
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — We’re less than one week from preseason Broncos football, and head coach Sean Payton will be putting his starters on the field. “I haven’t shelled it out yet, but they’re going to play,” Payton said after Saturday’s practice. “We’ll figure out how many snaps. We typically break a game into three phases—first, second, third phase. And then special…
Will the Broncos allow more sacks than at least half of the teams in the NFL this year?
That is the question.
This is the debate.
The Denver Broncos made major moves along their offensive line this year in free agency by dishing out big-time contracts to former San Francisco 49ers’ offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey and former Baltimore Ravens offensive guard Ben Powers. Are both of those high-paid players better than Garett Bolles, Quinn Meinerz and Lloyd Cushenberry? Who is Sean Payton’s best offensive lineman? Could a center that George Paton potentially drafts this year be in the conversation for the team’s best offensive lineman? Also, the guys preview the Broncos March Madness Bracket. Is Pat Surtain II better than D.J. Jones? What about Jerry Jeudy against Tim Patrick? Justin Simmons and Ben Powers? And finally, Javonte Williams or Mike McGlinchey?
In the first day of free agency, the Broncos spent nearly $175 million in contracts along with handing out $95 million in guarantees.
While the big-time spending is likely over, the Broncos still need to round out the rest of there roster.
Here are Denver’s latest moves.
Sean Payton didn’t waste a second making big-time moves his first offseason with the Broncos.
Within the first 12 hours of free agency, the Broncos spent $150 million.
How did Denver do in the first wave of free agency?
Thanks to deep pockets from the Walton-Penner ownership group, the Denver Broncos, led by Sean Payton and George Paton, have been one of the most active teams in NFL free agency. After signing many big-time free agents, what grades would you give the team for landing Mike McGlinchey, Ben Powers, Zach Allen and Samaje Perine? What about for re-signing Alex Singleton?
NFL reports continue to come out that the Denver Broncos are open to trading Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler. Will Sean Payton trade one of them? What would the right price be for George Paton to move one of them? Would it be a mistake to trade Sutton, Jeudy or Hamler? Is Sutton on the verge of being traded after his cryptic tweet? What could the Broncos get in return for any of the receivers? Also, the guys continue to break down the Broncos free agents moves, including signing Mike McGlinchey, Ben Powers, Jarrett Stidham, Alex Singleton, Chris Manhertz and Samaje Perine. What does Perine’s signing indicate about Javonte Williams’ health?
The Denver Broncos spent the most money in the entire NFL during the first day of free agency. Not only did they sign former San Francisco 49er Mike McGlinchey and Baltimore Raven Ben Powers to massive deals on the offensive line, they also built up their defense by signing former Arizona Cardinal Zach Allen and re-signed Alex Singleton. Singleton joins the show to talk about his new contract with the Broncos. Additionally, by signing Allen, however, Sean Payton and George Paton lost Dre’Mont Jones to the Seattle Seahawks. Was this the right decision? Arizona Cardinals insider from PHNX Bo Brack joins the show to discuss Allen. How did the team do on the first day of free agency?
NFL free agency is underway with the legal tampering window opening on Monday morning and the Denver Broncos wasted no time, signing big-time players Mike McGlinchey from the San Francisco 49ers and guard Ben Powers from the Baltimore Ravens. How important are these signings for Sean Payton’s offense? Is this exactly what Russell Wilson needed? Additionally, the Broncos found their backup quarterback, signing Jarrett Stidham away from the Las Vegas Raiders.