After a slow start on day one, the Broncos most hyped backup took a step in the right direction on day two.
The Broncos could realistically have six regular contributors from the 2017 draft class this upcoming season. A huge upgrade from last year.
Of the eight rookies on the roster last year, only Garett Bolles started a single game. Even with that, there is still hope for that class moving forward.
The final practice of the offseason was short and sweet. But there were still a few standouts entering summer break.
The Broncos had their final full-speed practice of the offseason on Wednesday, which was full of storylines.
The Broncos’ No. 5 overall pick didn’t just play like a first-round pick on Tuesday. He was even better.
With many stars missing practice on Monday, there were a few younger players that stepped up and caught the attention of the coaching staff.
Thirteen months ago, Vance Joseph deemed Chad Kelly his “favorite quarterback in the draft.” Saturday, Joseph started the quarterback’s hype train again.
At the end of April, Elway gave an honest assessment of his 2017 draft class through his actions in the 2018 draft.
The Broncos made it clear there will be no quarterback competition in training camp for the team’s starting role. However, there’s one beginning to brew in the background.
The goal of free agency is to eliminate any needs. For the most part, on a semi-limited budget, John Elway did a mighty fine job of that over the past month and a half during free agency. Here's what remains.
All of the Broncos attention will be fixed to one player on Sunday. He won’t be wearing Orange & Blue.