The guys debate whether Russell Wilson or Brett Rypien will start, talk about how Melvin Gordon got the starting job for this week, discuss what options Denver has to turn the season around, break down the keys for the Broncos to beat the Jets, answer listener questions and much more.
Russell Wilson is doing “everything” he can to play on Sunday against the Jets.
But he’s not guaranteed to play.
That’s why the Broncos will make sure Brett Rypien is as ready as possible.
Dulcich & Ojemudia are IR bound… but will be back soon.
Purcell & Tomlinson were released… but will be back soon.
Turner & Cleveland… will be back soon.
Brandon Johnson… could be back soon?
George Paton explains all of his roster moves ⬇️⬇️
Not only did George Paton solidify the Broncos’ quarterback position for years to come by acquiring Russell Wilson, he also made Denver a significantly more appealing destination for free agents.
Here’s the latest on who the Broncos have signed in free agency.
The Broncos dominated the Cowboys on Sunday.
But injuries dominated Denver.
Here’s the most up-to-date information you need to know about all of the Broncos' injuries.
On Wednesday, the issues that arose on Tuesday were already "ancient history."
But a new concern—potentially impacting the Broncos' first game—quickly floated to the surface.
The Denver Broncos' initial 53-man roster is officially set.
Here's how the roster shakes out and what George Paton and Vic Fangio had to say about it.
The Broncos have their starting quarterback. For the first preseason game, that is.
Here's how the reps will be split and why Drew Lock will get the first shot.
Teddy Bridgewater & Drew Lock had nearly identical practices on Wednesday.
Both started practice with 20-yard completions.
Both were efficient.
Both ended practice with red-zone INTs.
But there was one difference that tipped the scales.
Where are the Broncos in their evaluation process of Drew Lock?
Vic Fangio weighed in on Monday, a day after Lock posted a 149.5 passer rating.
The Broncos didn't have a gunslinger at quarterback on Sunday. Instead, they had the best quarterback in the NFL in Week 14 thanks in large part to Drew Lock taking the advice of No. 4 and No. 7.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — On Wednesday, Drew Lock reunited with his teammates at the UCHealth Training Center for the first time since being pulled from Saturday’s practice. The Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback, along with every other quarterback in the organization, was deemed ineligible to play Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints after the NFL ruled them to be high-risk close...
The Broncos are considering disciplining their quarterbacks for not following COVID-19 protocols.
"Everything is on the table" when it comes to the potential discipline, according to Vic Fangio.
After losing 31-3, Vic Fangio was disappointed in his quarterbacks and himself for the situation the Broncos were in on Sunday.
Here's the event that led to Denver having to play an NFL game without a single quarterback.
Drew Lock took a positive step on Thursday to be able to play against the Dolphins.
He also made it clear he wants to play.
With a wait-and-see approach, Vic Fangio described what he needs to see from Drew Lock throughout the week for the 24-year old to play against the No. 5 scoring defense in the NFL.
Drew Lock doesn’t have any broken ribs, and for the him and the Broncos, that will elicit sighs of relief. But should he play this week?