The Broncos have the option to move on from two of the longest-tenured players on the team. They have some time to make the tough decisions, though.
It’s easy to build a list of players the Broncos should cut. But not all of their contracts allow for that. Here are the four biggest myths about who the Broncos could cut.
Wednesday, in the lead-up to the biggest game of the year, the Broncos received some big, and surprising, names back from the injury report.
They say when it rains it pours. After experiencing a major drought, if you will, through the first quarter of the season on the injury front, the flood gates opened Sunday night on the Broncos.
With Garett Bolles week-to-week with a leg bruise, Vance Joseph wouldn’t name a starting left tackle. But he gave a good indication on Sunday.
The Denver Broncos were different offensively this week. Not just in the way they played but in the way they looked. New offensive coordinator Mike McCoy had a big part in that with diverse formations. See what we found when we went back to the tape.
Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch drew all of the attention at the Broncos’ scrimmage, but much more revealed itself outside of the quarterback position.
Whether it’s for the better or worse, the Broncos’ roster is far from settled entering training camp. Here’s what could shakeup in the summer battles.
As Broncos mandatory mini camp begins, the first-round pick is making strides, tensions are rising and the quarterbacks are each playing their unique game.
The Denver Broncos face uncertainty at left tackle but their off-season better prepared them to find a viable solution.
With all eyes on the quarterbacks, the Broncos’ new offensive line is quietly starting to fall into place.
In a press conference where he says very little, John Elway maintained the Broncos will draft the best player available.