COVID-19 has rocked the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers this week. But at this moment, it is the Broncos who are trending in the wrong direction.
Without Von Miller, it wouldn’t be fair to expect Denver's defense to be the best in the league, as they very well could have been with Von.
But with a defensive mastermind leading a unit that's been upgraded from last year, there's no reason why the expectations shouldn't be higher than what they were last year.
The Broncos only gave up a fourth-round pick for A.J. Bouye. But don’t be fooled by the trade. Despite only having to give up a fourth-round pick, Denver has sky-high expectations for their new cornerback.
The guys discuss what the All-Decade honor means for Von Miller and Chris Harris Jr., answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos-Chargers rivalry lost some pizazz earlier this offseason when Philip Rivers, the man everyone loves to hate, left town. But Gordon’s words and actions, along with Chris Harris Jr. fleeing to Los Angeles, just lit the spark for another chapter of the rivalry to begin.
It’s hard to ignore the similarities between the Broncos’ new cornerback and their former one. But there’s one glaring difference between the two that won’t take long to notice.
Chris Harris Jr. doesn't top Mase's list, but it doesn't take long to get to the future Broncos Ring of Famer.
The first domino to fall in the NFL offseason is the Denver Broncos trading for veteran-outside cornerback, A.J. Bouye, from the Jacksonville Jaguars, for a 2020 fourth-round pick. Bouye, paired with Bryce Callahan, will form a new duo at cornerback, a group that now will almost certainly not feature Chris Harris Jr., the final member of the No Fly Zone…...
Even though Bouye's salary is that of a No. 1 cornerback, the structure of his contract allows the Broncos to go year-to-year for two seasons with a high-reward cornerback.
When John Elway announced last week that the Broncos would not pick up the option on right guard Ron Leary’s contract, that added another key contributor to the list of Broncos who will be on the unrestricted market when the new league year begins March 19. They can’t keep them all. They won’t keep them all. Last year, they kept…...
John Elway has a lot of money to spend this offseason. Here’s how it stacks up to the rest of the NFL and how it can be spent.
With Denver not in a position to lose a player of Chris Harris Jr.'s caliber at cornerback, here are the three components the Pro Bowl corner will be looking for in free agency, whether it be from the Broncos or someone else.
On Tuesday morning, as the Broncos reconvened from their typical Monday off day, Denver’s veteran safety had taken a new role, a short-term promotion one could call it.
While the coaching staff and executives aren’t quite sure if Drew Lock’s ready to take the reins of the football team, the locker room has a very different perspective on the rookie.
It wasn't one moment or one play, but a series of unfortunate events. But what can the Broncos do about it now?