As the countdown to the Broncos' first game is officially under one week, Denver's health on the field is trending in the right direction.
Nathaniel Hackett’s No. 1 goal for the preseason is to enter Week 1 healthy.
With three weeks until opening day, Hackett’s goal has already taken a hit.
But it’s not all bad news on the injury front. The Broncos are getting a few players back.
Exactly four weeks out from the start of their season, the Denver Broncos received a plethora of positive news along the injury front.
Despite an overcast day on Thursday at the UCHealth Training Center, the Denver Broncos’ stars shined through.
Denver’s defense clearly had enough of Russell Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett being the storylines of camp.
The defense came out of the gate with their hair on fire at all three levels during the first practice of camp.
But Russ did fight back at the end of practice.
The guys discuss why they believe Jerry Jeudy and Russell Wilson are building chemistry on and off the field, talk about who Denver's starting ILBs will be, answer listener questions and much more.
Not only did George Paton solidify the Broncos’ quarterback position for years to come by acquiring Russell Wilson, he also made Denver a significantly more appealing destination for free agents.
Here’s the latest on who the Broncos have signed in free agency.
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.
Angered by the Cowboys' tactical arrogance, the Broncos got mad as hell, and they weren't gonna take it anymore.
Josey Jewell and Alexander Johnson were the Broncos' Plan A at ILB.
Last week, Denver's ILBs were Justin Strnad and Micah Kiser.
This week against the Washington Football Team, it could be an entirely new group, led by Kenny Young.