Sean Payton and George Paton spoke at the NFL Owners Meetings on Monday. When talking about Javonte Williams’ status for Week 1, Paton was hesitant to say if the Denver Broncos’ starting running back will be ready to return from his injury. If Williams isn’t able to play, will Samaje Perine be able to handle the running back workload? Or will the Broncos have to re-sign Latavius Murray? Or potentially draft a running back. Would a later-round back, such as Deuce Vaughn, be a good addition? Or would a first-round investment in Bijan Robinson or Jahmyr Gibbs be needed? Could the Broncos trade either Jerry Jeudy or Courtland Sutton to get the draft capital to snag one of those running backs?
There are numerous rumors floating around about the Denver Broncos following the NFL Combine. Are Sean Payton and George Paton shopping Courtland Sutton? What would be a fair return for the former Pro Bowl receiver? Is Javonte Williams’ health worse than being portrayed? If so, is Kareem Hunt a free agent target for Denver? Is Russell Wilson on a one-year prove it deal in Sean Payton’s mind? With Dre’Mont Jones not receiving the franchise tag, is his time in Denver over?
Just how bad is the loss of Garett Bolles and Ronald Darby for the Broncos?
Bolles has the highest cap hit on the team this year, while Darby has third-biggest cap hit, with Russell Wilson sandwiched in-between the two.
What will the Broncos' record be at the end of the season?
At 2-2 four weeks into the season, will they make a playoff run?
The fellas debate!
Russell Wilson came away from Sunday’s game loss with an injury to his throwing shoulder.
On Tuesday, just 48 hours before the Broncos’ next game against the Colts, Wilson discussed the injury and his status for Thursday Night Football.
The guys discuss the injuries to Russell Wilson, Javonte Williams and Randy Gregory, break down how the Broncos will replace each player, talk about if Melvin Gordon will be the starting running back, answer listener questions and much more.
The guys discuss Javonte Williams torn ACL, break down what this means for the Broncos moving forward and talk about when Javonte could potentially return.
Melvin Gordon leads the NFL in fumbles through the first four games of the season among all non-quarterbacks.
Nathaniel Hackett addressed the issue after Sunday’s 32-23 loss to the Raiders.
The Broncos' new offense led by Nathaniel Hackett and Russell Wilson is averaging under 14 points per game.
How many points do they need to score against the Raiders to ease your concerns?
The Broncos have put themselves in a position to be a dominant offense. But they’ve treated the red zone as a red light.
Russell Wilson believes that red light will soon turn green and they’ll cash in in the gold zone.
After a surprising and unexpected loss in Week 1, is Denver’s second game of the season already a must-win?
Will the Broncos cover the 10-point spread?
Will Denver put up 28 points?
The fellas debate on the latest installment of Broncos’ Pick ‘Em!
The Broncos were one yard away from going for it on fourth down instead of kicking a 64-yard field goal.
But Javonte Williams got the extra yard. And the decision to kick the field goal had already been decided.
The Broncos have less than one week until they need to have their final 53-man roster.
Will George Paton be able to trade multiple players in the process of building his final roster?
Here's how the final 53-man roster could shake out.
With two preseason games left, the Broncos’ final 53-man roster is beginning to come together.
Here’s an early prediction at who will make it and who will be on the outside looking in.
Despite a rollercoaster practice with highs and lows, Russell Wilson’s red zone success gave the Broncos’ offense the victory over the Cowboys’ defense during joint practice.
Despite an overcast day on Thursday at the UCHealth Training Center, the Denver Broncos’ stars shined through.
The guys discuss if Javonte Williams or Melvin Gordon will be Denver's starting running back, break down what the ideal workload split would be, answer listener questions and much more.
The Broncos didn't have a single Pro Bowler last year.
That won't happen this year.
But how many Pro Bowlers will the Broncos have?
We've set the line at over/under 4.5.
Will Javonte Williams top 1,000 rushing yards this year?
On one hand, he was only 97 yards shy as a rookie.
But on the other hand, he'll be sharing the backfield again.