Derek Wolfe says he hasn't received a contract offer from the Broncos, and is mentally prepared to move on in free agency next week.
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…...
With the pre-draft All-Star games now in the books, the 2020 offseason is in full swing. The NFL Scouting combine is the next event in the pre-draft evaluation process, with players arriving in Indianapolis this week. 337 players will showcase their talents through a gauntlet of drills and interviews with all 32 teams in attendance. Other players, who were snubbed…...
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.
Derek Wolfe doesn’t know if he’ll be with the team that drafted him eight years ago in 2020. But he loves the direction his team is going. And he would be “ecstatic” to be apart of the future at a “fair” price.
Pat Shurmur’s the Broncos new sheriff in town for Denver’s offense. Along with a new offensive system and playbook, the former Giants head coach could be bringing a few of his former players with him out west from the Big Apple.
Will Drew Lock build off his impressive debut and carry the team to a 2-0 record under him, or will a harsh reality set in?
The guys discuss if the Broncos should re-sign Derek Wolfe, answer listener questions and much more.
After passing on opportunities to trade the future Hall of Famer throughout the down years, it appears John Elway’s going to give Von Miller every opportunity to be on this team whenever they bounce back. Von Miller’s leadership will play a big role in the equation. And it's been on display, even if Von doesn't want to admit it.
Let's talk about Drew Lock ... and how to build off the positive momentum being built by Vic Fangio's defense ... and the origin of SEVENTY-FIVE!
While the Broncos disperse across the globe on their bye week, it's time to take a look at the team beyond this season and explore just how much will continue to change in a year's time.
If Broncos players achieve these five statistical benchmarks the rest of the way, you'll know the team is headed in the right direction, regardless of the W-L ledger at the end of the season.
Welcome into our film breakdown series with former CU star and Denver Bronco Matt McChesney. Each week, Matt will be picking six plays from the most recent game that impacted the game and giving you a real-life film-room experience as he breaks down the play. (Warning: This film-room experience is so real that some of these videos contain adult language)…...
And if the Broncos commit to a young, cost-controlled QB -- either currently on the roster or in Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft -- they can easily afford these players.
Both Derek Wolfe and Chris Harris Jr. know that trade rumors will only intensify in the wake of the Broncos' 15-13 loss to the Colts.
DENVER — This is the Vic Fangio defense the Broncos expected. Coverages that confound a quarterback. Stout play from the defensive line and inside linebackers against the run. Defensive backs attacking off the edge to further discombobulate the opposing offense. A powerful interior pass rush to take advantage of the chips and double-teams thrown at Von Miller. All that allowed…...
According to the Broncos, it’s not the pass rush that needs to improve, it’s what happens before that.
Against the Bears, in a near 90-degree day, the heat was on Garett Bolles all game long. And Khalil Mack, one of the games elite players, wasn’t even his biggest problem.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — This week, Bears inside linebacker Danny Trevathan sits at the nexus of the Broncos’ universe. He represents the team’s glorious past, as a starter in Super Bowls XLVIII and 50. And now he knows more about their present than perhaps the players on their roster, thanks to three years spent under Vic Fangio when he served…...
OAKLAND, Calif. — After an offseason of hearing about “death by inches,” the Broncos died by yards Monday night. They died by the yards Oakland running back Josh Jacobs racked up as he rumbled through the Broncos’ defense for 113 yards from scrimmage, the most the Broncos have ever allowed to a rookie in a Week 1 game. They…...