The Denver Broncos start the 2023 season on Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. What is the No. 1 key for they Broncos to start the Sean Payton era off with a win?
Wednesday was an encouraging sign that Sean Payton could have Javonte Williams and Jerry Jeudy on Sunday against the Raiders.
The Denver Broncos kick off their season against their rival Las Vegas Raiders in just a few days. Despite it being the first game of the season, is it a must-win game for Sean Payton and Russell Wilson? If not, how important is the game? Is it just one of 17, or does it actually hold more importance?
Denver Broncos All-Pro cornerback Pat Surtain II joins the show! The Pro Bowl cornerback will join the DNVR Broncos Podcast on a regular basis throughout the season.
On his first appearance, Surtain gives an in-depth look at his time with the Broncos and his upbringing, from growing up around the NFL to his decision to play for Nick Saban and the University of Alabama.
The All-Pro cornerback also talks about what Sean Payton and Vance Joseph bring to the Broncos. Can Joseph help elevate Surtain’s game even more?
Surtain also previews the Denver Broncos season, including which receivers he’s most excited to face this year. Is it Tyreek Hill, Justin Jefferson, Jaylen Waddle or Davante Adams?
Speaking of Davante Adams, it’s Las Vegas Raiders week in Broncos Country. Surtain breaks down his battle with Adams and discusses the keys for the Broncos to beat the Raiders.
What is a successful season for the Broncos in 2023?
Do they have to make the playoffs?
The DNVR Broncos Crew discusses!
The Denver Broncos’ regular season kicks off in just over a week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Will Sean Payton and Russell Wilson get off to a hot start together and beat Josh Jacobs and Josh McDaniels? Will Denver’s six-game losing streak to the Raiders end in Week 1? Will the Broncos be able to knock off the Kansas City Chiefs and end their 16-game losing streaking?
If so, do the Broncos have a shot at winning the AFC West? Are the playoffs a realistic goal for Denver this year, especially after Sean Payton said he would be “pissed off” if the team doesn’t make the playoffs?
Who will finish second and third in the AFC West? Will the Broncos top the Los Angeles Chargers in the division?
The Denver Broncos’ regular season kicks off in just over a week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Will Sean Payton and Russell Wilson get off to a hot start together and beat Josh Jacobs and Josh McDaniels? After that, will the Broncos be able to have a winning record in the first quarter of the season?
Then Denver takes on the Kansas City Chiefs twice in a brutal stretch of the season before their Bye Week. Will the Broncos’ be able to have a winning record midway through the season?
Denver hasn’t had a winning record for an entire season since 2016. Will that streak be snapped this year? What are the chances that Sean Payton and lead the team to the playoffs for the first time since 2015? The crew goes through the Broncos’ 17-game schedule to get their final record predictions on the latest show!
On Wednesday, the Denver Broncos, Sean Payton and George Paton made a number of roster moves. The team did NOT pick up a single player on the waiver wire, not did a single Bronco get picked up on the wire. What does this say about the team?
Denver also began to build their practice squad with many familiar faces, including Ben DiNucci and Lil’Jordan Humphrey, as well as former first-round receiver Phillip Dorsett. Will Dorsett become a valuable receiver to Russell Wilson when Jerry Jeudy is hurt? Will the Broncos make another significant move at receiver to go along with Mavin Mims and Courtland Sutton?
The Broncos’ first order of business is to make any changes to their 53-man roster, whether that be placing players on short-term IR or adding a player from another team. Their next order of business is building their 16-man practice squad.
Here is an updated list of who the Broncos have agreed to sign to their 16-player practice squad.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos’ 53-man roster is set… for now. “You will see in the next 10 days—there is still a lot of shuffling with teams, and we will be one of those teams,” head coach Sean Payton said on Tuesday. NFL teams had until the 2 p.m. deadline on Tuesday to trim their 90-man offseason rosters to 53-man in-season…
Sean Payton and George Paton cut the Denver Broncos’ roster down to 53 players by the 2 p.m. deadline on Tuesday. In a matter of days, the team cut nearly 40 players to narrow their roster down, including Kendall Hinton.
The team also decided to put Baron Browning on the PUP to start the season, meaning he will miss over a month of the season. But the team made an interesting decision in regards to Jerry Jeudy’s timeframe with a hamstring injury.
Shortly after the team made their 53-man roster, Sean Payton and George Paton spoke to the media to explain their decisions and other decisions they will make moving forward. What players are the Broncos looking to sign from other teams? Who will be targets for the team’s practice squad? The fellas discuss it all.
The Denver Broncos wrapped up their first preseason under Sean Payton on Saturday night after dominating the Los Angeles Rams 41-0. Next up is the regular season opener against the Las Vegas Raiders, Josh McDaniels and Josh Jacobs in less than two weeks. But before that, Sean Payton and George Paton must cut their roster down to their final 53 plays by Tuesday at 2 p.m. MDT.
ESPN’s Steve Levy, who called the Broncos preseason games, joins us to predict the Broncos’ final 53-man roster and to discuss the inside information he learned while being around the Broncos. Does Levy think Denver will make the playoffs in Payton’s first season with Russell Wilson?
Finally, the fellas give their final 53-man roster predictions. Does Albert O and Jaleel McLaughlin make the team? Are there any surprise cuts, say Kareem Jackson or even Garett Bolles? Will Jerry Jeudy go to short-term IR?
By Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. MDT, all NFL teams must cut their rosters down from 90 players to 53.
Here are the moves Sean Payton and George Paton made to knock the roster down to the final 53 players.
The Denver Broncos DESTROYED the Los Angeles Rams in their third and final preseason game on Saturday night. How did Sean Payton’s offense do featuring Jaleel McLaughlin, Jarrett Stidham and Ben DiNucci? Are we more encouraged or discouraged about the depth of the Broncos’ offense after their performance? On the other side of the ball, how did Vance Joseph’s unit do against Sean McVay? Will Randy Gregory, Jonathon Cooper, Frank Clark or Nik Bonitto be the Broncos’ starting pass rushers? Are we pleased with how they looked?
The Denver Broncos had their second joint practice against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday. Unfortunately, early in practice, Jerry Jeudy left practice on a cart after injuring his leg. After practice, Sean Payton said Jeudy suffered a hamstring injury. What does this mean for the Broncos’ offense after Tim Patrick’s injury? Is Marvin Mims primed to step up in Jeudy’s place?
Jerry Jeudy left Thursday’s practice on a cart.
After practice, Sean Payton gave an update to Jeudy’s condition.
With injuries stacking up in the receiver room, one young receiver has caught the eyes of the coaching staff.
The Denver Broncos had their first joint practice against the Los Angeles Rams on Wednesday. Russell Wilson, Javonte Williams, Jerry Jeudy and Greg Dulcich took the field for Sean Payton’s offense and went up against the Rams defense, including Aaron Ronald. Vance Joseph’s defense, featuring Pat Surtain II, Zach Allen and Randy Gregory, went up against Sean McVay, Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp. Did the Broncos’ offense hold their own against the Rams’ defense? Did the defense dominate the Rams’ offense? Who stood out? Who had the best day? How did Russell Wilson look in Sean Payton’s offense?
The Denver Broncos returned to practice on Tuesday as they prepare for two joint practices against the Los Angeles Rams this week as well as their preseason finale on Saturday. Russell Wilson, Javonte Williams, Jerry Jeudy and Greg Dulcich took the field for Sean Payton’s offense and went up against Vance Joseph’s defense, featuring Pat Surtain II, Zach Allen and Randy Gregory. Who stood out? Who had the best day of camp? How did Russell Wilson look in Sean Payton’s offense? The squad also previews the Broncos’ and Los Angeles Rams joint practices, which will take place on Wednesday and Thursday. Do the Broncos have to beat the Rams?
Special guest Kay Adams, the host of the Up & Adams Show, joins the DNVR Broncos Podcast to give the inside scoop on Russell Wilson, Sean Payton and the Denver Broncos. At the end of training camp, Adams stopped by Denver and interviewed Sean Payton, Russell Wilson, Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy. What was her No. 1 takeaway from everything she learned? Will Payton and Wilson work together for the long run with the Broncos?Additionally, Sean Payton told Kay Adams that Russell Wilson lost 15 pounds during the Denver Broncos 2023 offseason. Wilson told Adams that he feels great and quick. The same week, Payton admitted that during Broncos training camp, Wilson’s ability to move, run and create plays has really impressed him. With that being said, will Payton build the Broncos’ offense to allow Wilson to run? Will that be a feature of the offense? How important is that to the success? Will Denver’s offense be led by a rushing attack of Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine AND Russell Wilson? The crew also breaks down the biggest takeaways from the Broncos’ second preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers.