The 2018 offseason is absolutely crucial for the Broncos. Here’s the most important dates and events that will help the Broncos have a bounce back 2018 season.
On the Thursday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and André Simone are coming to you from the DogHaus to figure out how Denver can afford Kirk Cousins. Go to our annual subscription page and put in code BRONCOSPOD for a $29.99 annual pass. The guys discuss potential roster moves the Broncos could make if they want to land Cousins in free agency, how…...
On the Wednesday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and André Simone are coming to you from BSN Headquarters to breakdown the blockbuster trade that happened between the Chiefs and the Redskins.
Despite their 5-11 record, the Denver Broncos really aren't all that far off from at least contending in the AFC West next season. We've constructed a five-step plan for Elway and the team to get there.
The Redskins appear ready to move on from Kirk Cousins while the Broncos couldn’t be more ready to welcome him with open arms.
As John Elway admitted what many players in the locker room had been subtly—or not so subtly—hinting at all season, some of those players we’re listening closely, and they know what it means for the Denver Broncos.
Kirk Cousins’ masterful performance killed the Broncos on Christmas Eve. But if the team has it their way, performances like Sunday’s by Cousins will greatly help them in the future.
Signing Kirk Cousins, who threw three touchdowns and accounted for more than 300 yards of offense on Sunday, would likely leave the Denver Broncos with the highest paid defensive player and the highest paid offensive player in the entire league.
All of the Broncos attention will be fixed to one player on Sunday. He won’t be wearing Orange & Blue.
As the Denver Broncos and Washington Redskins face off in the NFL’s Week 16 with both teams already out of the playoff hunt all eyes are on quarterback Kirk Cousins, potentially the biggest free agent quarterback since Peyton Manning.
On the Friday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Ryan Koenigsberg and Zac Stevens are coming to you from two different cities as they break down all of the Broncos news of the day.
On Wednesday, the scoreboard read: Cousins 1, Denver media 0. However, if speculations become reality, he’ll be facing the Denver media much more frequently in the coming years.
As if a long drawn out game of quarterback carousel lasting throughout the season didn’t show you the Broncos’ quarterback situation clearly enough, Vance Joseph told you.
OG Kevin Zeitler may be the top offensive player on the Denver Broncos' board. However, he'll come at a high cost.
In the unenviable position the salary-cap strapped defending champs find themselves in, they need another veteran player at the league's most expensive -- and overpaid -- position.
Hey, we get it: $15 mil a year sounds a little too pricey for a quarterback with seven career NFL starts. But look around the league and the recent QB signings, and the price starts sounding more and more right.
Hey, it wasn’t some whacked-out, 3 a.m. dream: Your Denver Broncos are the No. 1 seed entering the American Football Conference playoffs. But despite home-field advantage and the much-needed bye week, the 12-4 Orange & Blue still aren’t the clear favorites to win the AFC title, let alone Super Bowl 50 a month from Thursday. According to the online…...