While Drew Lock gives the Broncos hope, it wasn't that long ago that the Broncos had three different directions in which they could have gone -- and all of them would have likely been dead ends.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
Trevor Siemian had overcome every obstacle up to this point of his NFL career. When he tried to take the next leap, however, it may have cost him his starting job.
18 months ago, Brock Osweiler signing a contract with the Broncos was meant to happen. It didn’t. Now, it wasn’t meant to happen. And it did.
All offseason Vance Joseph asked for consistency from his quarterbacks. Trevor Siemian delivered and thus was named the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback on Monday.
After seven months and nine days, Vance Joseph put an end to the Denver Broncos’ quarterback competition.
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.
With a hole in pass protection prevalent in Vance Joseph’s eyes and an above pass blocker on the bench, changes are slowly beginning to take place along the Broncos’ offensive line.
On the eve of training camp, the first move in naming a starting quarterback has been made. Now the competition hits the field.
Much like Peyton Manning did during his time in Denver, the Broncos vow that they will still hold a passing camp, even though the offseason workout program has begun.
After touting how experience wasn’t crucial for a head coach, Vance Joseph and John Elway went out and stacked the Denver Broncos’ offensive staff with one thing: experience.
After just two seasons, Emmanuel Sanders has proved himself to the Denver Broncos and earned a lucrative extension. Now he's thinking about bringing more hardware to Denver.
One the of Broncos most valuable weapons is headed into the 2016 season without a contract extension from the team, leading to future uncertainty
As part of their final wave of cuts, the Denver Broncos have released quarterback Mark Sanchez and running back Ronnie Hillman.
It may be a preseason finale contested largely by back-ups and soon-to-be-released players, but there are some storylines of intrigue Thursday night in the desert.
Cut season is upon the Denver Broncos and Britton Colquitt is the first big name to get the chop. Where do Mark Sanchez, Ronnie Hillman and the rest of the vets on the bubble stand?