For six weeks, we wondered who the Broncos’ next head coach will be. The answer: Sean Payton. Now it’s time to wonder who Payton will hire to his staff. The Broncos have a chance to put together a superstar staff in Denver. Payton has the connections to bring in the best of the best, and the Broncos’ ownership group has…
Just a year after using a third-round pick on Lloyd Cushenberry, the Broncos used another third-round pick on his potential replacement.
But drafting a center wasn't a surprise to Lloyd. He saw it coming.
And he welcomes the competition.
George Paton isn't just trusting his talent evaluators with his high-upside picks. He's trusting the entire Broncos organization to tap into the immense talent that he's bringing to Denver in 2021.
George Paton's first free agency with the Denver Broncos is nearly underway. But before the general manager looks to sign other teams free agents, he'll need to first take a look at who could be leaving Denver.
Here are the Broncos currently set to hit the open market on Mar. 17.
The expectations for Cushenberry entering his rookie season were simple: Become the Broncos' starting center by Week 1 and keep the job for the entire year.
The third-round pick did that. Mission accomplished.
"When you establish yourself in the run game and you establish it and impose your will on the defensive line as an offensive front, it opens a lot of different things for your offense," said LG Dalton Risner.
Exactly one year ago, Garett Bolles was still defined by his mistakes. Now, he's defined by nearly flawless play.
With uncertainty along the Broncos' offensive line, Dalton Risner is doing extra work to make sure he's ready to play any position.
With the second of their three third-round selections, the Denver Broncos picked one of the most NFL-ready prospects in the class, snatching up LSU center, Lloyd Cushenberry III. Cushenberry was the second-ranked center on our Big Board, carrying a second-round grade. He was also one of the most impressive performers, on and off the field, at the Senior Bowl, constantly…...
John Elway feels the same way about the Broncos' offensive tackle situation as the rest of Broncos County.
"We have to get better there, there’s no question about it," Elway said, regarding Denver's tackle situation. "That’s a position we have to get better at."
Lloyd Cushenberry’s jump from high school to college couldn’t have ended much better despite having to learn a new position over YouTube. Now, not only will he not have to learn a new position, he’ll have Mike Munchak, not YouTube, to lean on.
With the Denver Broncos’ first true free-agent signing of the 2020 season, Graham Glasgow, the Orange & Blue strengthen their struggling offensive line with the addition of a do-it-all blocker who could fill three different spots on the interior. A former Michigan standout and third-round selection, Glasgow has carved out a fine career for himself to earn his shiny new…...
With the pre-draft All-Star games now in the books, the 2020 offseason is in full swing. The NFL Scouting combine is the next event in the pre-draft evaluation process, with players arriving in Indianapolis this week. 337 players will showcase their talents through a gauntlet of drills and interviews with all 32 teams in attendance. Other players, who were snubbed…...
John Elway, accompanied by Vic Fangio, strutted into the team auditorium late Monday morning to address the media with an unfamiliar trait—an unwavering smile. Both came prepared with plenty of news, too.
Vic Fangio’s been an advocate in Ja'Wuan James’ corner for much of the season. But after missing his 10th game of the season, despite practicing the entire week leading up to the game, Vic isn’t giving his highest-paid offensive lineman a hall pass for Denver’s 13th game of the season.
If Ja’Wuan James is “football cleared” to play on Sunday, they’ll be a significant change coming to the Broncos’ offensive line.
Garett Bolles isn’t going anywhere. For now, the answer for the Broncos’ left tackle is to hope the Mike Munchak affect kicks in in a hurry.
The San Francisco 49ers’ defense punched the Denver Broncos’ offense in the mouth in the team’s first joint practice session on Friday. On Saturday, in round two, the Broncos returned the blow.