The 2020 season proved that the young Broncos needed the offseason work they lacked due to COVID-19. But what will this offseason look like? "Nobody knows," said Vic Fangio.
Adjusting to this unusual offseason will help determine whether these Broncos can make the most of the 2020 season.
With behind-the-scenes information, the BSN Broncos Crew breaks down the state of the Broncos entering their five-week summer break.
Von Miller didn’t make practice enjoyable for his offensive tackle teammates, or quarterbacks for that matter, as he practically lived deep in the pocket all day long.
On Friday, Devontae Booker delivered a headline that can typically only be found on the cover of the New York Post.
With the contract situation—and a cool $3 million pay raise—under his belt and "in the past," the $12.05 million cornerback only has two things on his mind.
Case Keenum made one play on Friday that made some of his teammates turn to the media and exclaim “You better be tweeting that right now!”
If it wasn’t already clear back in April and May, it’s certainly crystal clear now by nearly the entire organizations own admission: Case Keenum’s running the show.
The Denver Broncos are absolutely stacked with talented at the outside linebacker position. And they plan to utilize that more than they ever have.
The final practice of the offseason was short and sweet. But there were still a few standouts entering summer break.
Last season, Su’a Cravens never saw the field. This year, he could be the answer to Denver’s biggest weakness on defense.
While everyone is talking about Courtland Sutton, and understandably so, the Broncos say they’re sitting on a “diamond in the rough” in the receiving room.
With many stars missing practice on Monday, there were a few younger players that stepped up and caught the attention of the coaching staff.