Peyton Manning and John Lynch made their names elsewhere. But they burnished their names in Denver. And even though their eight seasons in orange and blue are two fewer than Steve Atwater played on his own from 1989 through 1998, their legacies in Denver matter, too.
Three Broncos legends will enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame in two-and-a-half weeks’ time. One was a Bronco by chance. Two were Broncos by choice.
There was a time, not too long ago, when the Broncos were the most underrepresented franchise in the Pro Football Hall of Fame relative to their accomplishments. Not anymore.
There were two words uttered about Justin Simmons on Wednesday that you would never have expected to hear said about someone playing better than perhaps any safety in the NFL.
Numbers reflect reality -- the reality that Mike Shanahan's resume isn't just Ring of Fame-worthy, but deserving of Pro Football Hall of Fame recognition, too.
The guys discuss Steve Atwater and John Lynch's chances of making the Pro Football Hall of Fame, answer listener questions and much more.
Vic Fangio let the tides settle in Thursday’s practice by taking the pads off and having a shorter practice before the waves will start crashing on Friday with the 49ers.
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
While John Lynch didn’t have a lot to say about Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch, his comments pointed directly to the heart of the competition.
During this year's draft, four Colorado Buffaloes were selected, not long after, four more were signed as undrafted free agents and three received mini-camp invites. Out of those 11, four went to the San Fransico 49ers.
The Denver Broncos have a tradition for only the most elite players to ever don the Orange & Blue. It’s simply known as the “Ring of Fame.” The ring was introduced in 1984 by owner Pat Bowlen to honor past players and staff for their contributions and dedication to a franchise so rich and thick with tradition. The ring,…...
The undefeated Orange & Blue host the 3-1 Falcons on Sunday, and all eyes will be on the Broncos' QB situation and the marquee matchup of Week 5 pitting Atlanta's high-flying offense against the No-Fly Zone.
On Wednesday evening, the Pro Football Hall of Fame released their list of nominees for the 2017 class, included on the list are nine players and one coach who donned Denver Broncos Orange & Blue at on point.
Could Trevor Siemian win the starting QB job with a strong showing Saturday night. That tops the must-see list Saturday night in preseason game No. 2 for the Orange & Blue.
No one remembers the '86 Bears, '01 Ravens or '03 Buccanneers. That's because all three defending -- and defensively-dominant -- Super Bowl champions failed in their bids to repeat. Can the 2016 Denver Broncos buck that trend?
It was another busy seven days in Broncos Country, including thumb surgery for the No. 1 QB, the announcement of three new Ring of Famers and an 2016 over-under season win total for the defending Super Bowl champs that has shocked more than a few Orange & Blue backers.
Denver Broncos president Joe Ellis announces they will induct John Lynch, Simon Fletcher and Jason Elam into the team's Ring of Fame in 2016.