Two familiar faces are back at Broncos headquarters.
Outside of three bombs, the Broncos’ offense was full of dinks and dunks on Thursday. And that’s a good thing.
On Wednesday, the Broncos’ veteran had the day off. Their replacements made it hard to notice their absence.
Entering camp, the right guard position was up for grabs with the two major contestants being Menelik Watson and Connor McGovern.
Case Keenum owned the first football Sunday in the Mile High City on the second practice of training camp.
The Broncos’ No. 5 overall pick didn’t just play like a first-round pick on Tuesday. He was even better.
The Broncos didn’t draft an offensive lineman on the second day of the draft. But they had one in mind.
Football hasn’t even taken the field for the first time in the NFL’s 2018 new league year, but the Denver Broncos are already laying the foundation for what the team will look like.
With sweeping changes expected this offseason, here are seven realistic moves the Broncos could make.
Vance Joseph continually called the Broncos’ offensive struggles a “unit” problem, not a “Trevor” problem. After benching Siemian, Joseph is exploring “all positions,” not afraid to bench anyone.
What Shane Ray originally thought was a sprained wrist turned into a gruesome injury that sidelined him the first six games of the season and gave him Frankenstein-like scars.
Wednesday, in the lead-up to the biggest game of the year, the Broncos received some big, and surprising, names back from the injury report.