The NFLPA handed out their first-ever report card to all 32 teams assessing aspects from nutrition, to strength staff and travel. The Denver Broncos finished with an overall grade near the bottom-third of the NFL. How concerning is this for the organization? Will Sean Payton and the new ownership, led by Rob Walton, be able to change this? Will this impact George Paton’s ability to sign free agents? Additionally, with reports suggesting Dre’Mont Jones will hit free agency, does that mean his time in Denver is over?
The guys discuss Dre'Mont Jones' very interesting comments about his future with the Broncos, break down what type of contract Jones is looking for, talk about the biggest keys for Denver to beat the Titans on Sunday, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos certainly don’t have a shortage of pass rushers.
But who will lead the team in sacks?
The 2022 Denver Broncos’ pass rush enters a new era, with a new coaching staff and the off-season departure of multiple-notable veterans. After trading Von Miller and Shelby Harris over the last calendar year, premium resources were used on Randy Gregory and Nik Bonitto. Still, Denver’s front-seven depth will ultimately prove how successful and consistent their pass rush can be…...
Dre’Mont Jones is “very disruptive.”
D.J. Jones plans to be a "wrecking ball.”
Together, Jones & Jones have their eyes set on being part of the best defensive line in the NFL.
The guys discuss which players can earn a massive contract by having a good season in 2022, talk about if the Broncos will be able to give contracts to all of those players, break down player prospect Greg Dulcich, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos’ defensive nomenclature is different under new defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero. But after spending five seasons under Vic Fangio, Evero has plenty of concepts drawn from the Broncos’ former coach.
Outside of potentially Russell Wilson, no player on the Broncos is more accustomed to championship standards than Pat Surtain II.
After a one-year hiatus, Surtain knows championship standards are back in his life, this time with the Broncos.
COVID-19 has swept across the NFL this week.
So far, the Broncos have been relatively unscathed.
That's made Vic Fangio "relieved, but nervous."
Denver's injuries, however, are a different story.
The Broncos are among the league's best in points allowed per game and per possession over the last eight weeks. But their troubles against the run could be a downfall.
Teddy Bridgewater made a business decision.
Melvin Gordon had a brutal fumble.
But after the Broncos' embarrassing 30-13 loss, the finger was being pointed in a different direction.
By Tuesday afternoon, George Paton and Vic Fangio must narrow down the Broncos' roster from 80 players to the final 53.
Here's who is projected to make the final roster.
Two touchdowns on Saturday confirmed for game-day onlookers what has been evident in practice: Trinity Benson is becoming a legitimate force.
Teddy Bridgewater, not Drew Lock, had the highest highs and the lowest lows during Wednesday’s practice.
With the QB competition potentially coming to an end soon, did the rollercoaster day help or hurt Teddy’s quest to becoming the starter?
Drew Lock was electric to start Sunday's scrimmage.
Not only did he have the pass of training camp, he commanded two touchdown drives early.
Lock needed a strong day on Sunday. He delivered.
The past few practices, Drew Lock’s lost the “gunslinger” to his game, while Teddy Bridgewater has tried to shake being “Mr. Checkdown.”
Both of those were very clear during Friday’s practice.
"If he’s on the ground making acrobatic catches, if he’s stumbling and going to the ground, it’s honestly building confidence for him. He’s going to continue to trust his knee more and that’s exciting for us," Teddy Bridgewater said of Courtland Sutton.
No wonder Bradley Chubb was smiling broadly when he walked onto the field for pre-practice calisthenics.
Despite all of the talent across the Broncos' defense, entering the weekend, the starting unit hadn't had a single interception the first three days of camp.
On Saturday, they changed that in a big way.