For the first time in what's felt like a long time, the Broncos were handed encouraging news on the injury front Tuesday.
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.
"I wanted to help as much as I could after the injury," Jewell said, and now he's staying around a while longer while embracing his role as the quarterback of Denver's defense.
“I'm used to being with a position group and really grinding with them and stuff,” new Broncos defensive coordinator Ejiro Evero said after Day 2 of the Broncos’ voluntary veteran minicamp.
Why will the Broncos look at Baron Browning at OLB?
Is trading up from pick 64 on the Broncos' radar?
Could Kareem Jackson and Melvin Gordon return?
George Paton & Nathaniel Hackett tckled these questions — and more — Sunday.
“Defense wins championships” is no longer how the Denver Broncos are being built.
Instead, George Paton is building a balanced team, with Russell Wilson leading the way.
The Broncos are being constructed like a modern-day Super Bowl contender.
Josey Jewell looked poised to explode early last season before tearing a pectoral muscle. Now the Broncos hope that he can pick up where he left off after agreeing to a 2-year contract.
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.
Nearly one third of the Broncos' starters are set to hit free agency.
What are the chances of Denver re-signing these starters?
How will Denver replace them if they do leave?
The quarterback question looms over everything regarding the Denver Broncos’ football operation.
But that doesn’t mean other tasks are not on the to-do list.
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.
"We've made a commitment to improve our special team," Vic Fangio said on Monday.
Unfortunately, that commitment came back to hurt the Broncos' defense in a big way on Sunday.
While he won't say it, it's clear—Von Miller is back.
That's fantastic new for Vic Fangio and the Broncos.
It's terrible news for opposing quarterbacks, especially Trevor Lawrence, who is Von's target in Week 2.
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.
The Broncos practiced like it was September ... At QB, Fangio said he considers the work from last week "in totality," and not just focused on Saturday's game reps against Minnesota reserves ... and Baron Browning makes his training-camp debut.
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.
Despite being the highest drafted linebacker in the Vic Fangio era, there should be minimal expectations for Baron Browning's rookie season.
Heck, the talented linebacker needs to find a position first.