Football hasn’t even taken the field for the first time in the NFL’s 2018 new league year, but the Denver Broncos are already laying the foundation for what the team will look like.
Although Mike McCoy has conducted a Tim Tebow-led-offense offense to the playoffs and kicked off the incredible Peyton Manning era in Denver, he will draw from his time in San Diego to create the Broncos’ offense.
John Elway has mastered yet another aspect of the NFL, turning the injured reserve from a place of doom into an asset for the Broncos.
It’s not quite a regular season game, but the Broncos’ second preseason game carries a little more significance than other preseason games, most notably due to these five players.
Carlos Henderson and Isaiah McKenzie were brought to Denver to impact the return game and compete at receiver. Through three days of training camp, one is doing just that while the other is trying.
In the NFL, it’s difficult to count on rookies to have much of an impact. Don’t expect that to be any different for the Broncos in 2017.
Could Brock Olivo’s unapologetic passion for special teams be key in the revival of Denver’s return game?
In the back and forth that is, and will be, the Broncos’ heated quarterback battle, one had a better day Wednesday, and it wasn’t even close.
Carlos Henderson and Isaiah McKenzie can absolutely fly on the field, but there is work to be done before they can do that.
The Broncos finalized their 2017 draft class when they agreed to terms with Carlos Henderson on a four-year deal.
The Broncos’ are back on the field for the first time under the new coaching regime. Here’s what you need to know from Denver’s first OTA.
On the Tuesday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and Brandon Krisztal are coming to you from the UC Health Training Center on Denver's first day of OTAs.
Kansas City native Shane Ray displayed his excitement, and his hometowns disappointment, in Jamaal Charles joining the Broncos.