Our scouting report of the Denver Broncos quarterback of the future, Paxton Lynch.
With the 26th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft the Denver Broncos selected quarterback Paxton Lynch from Memphis.
Paxton Lynch's first chance to speak with the Denver Media after being selected 26th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The Denver Broncos move up to 26th overall to draft quarterback Paxton Lynch and he could not be happier.
College highlights of new Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch, selected with the 26th overall pick of the NFL Draft.
Even aside from the Broncos' quest for a quarterback, there's plenty of AFC West intrigue entering the NFL Draft. Here's a team-by-team glance at how the division shapes up entering the league's annual selection process.
The draft is almost here and there’re so many rankings out there you don’t know who to believe or how to make sense of it all. Well here’s another set of rankings to clarify things (or most likely add to your internal confusion). So why should you care what I think about the draft? Well, that’s up to you, I’m...
For a slight twist, we've taken Denver's projected first-round draft selections from five national mock drafts and ranked them in order of preference. See if you agree ...
At least one part of the Orange & Blue's future was revealed when the 2016 NFL schedule was released, but we're no closer to figuring out who will be the Broncos' starting quarterback come Sept. 8.
Young arms are perennial hot NFL Draft commodities, and this year is no exception with nine or so teams expecting to be vying for the top quarterback prospects in the first two rounds.
Some, including a certain Mile High City TV sports anchor, believe the Broncos can plug anyone in at quarterback next season, and the team can repeat its Super Bowl-winning feat. Not so fast ...
The Denver Broncos are still searching for another addition to the quarterback competition and the draft and free agency still contain several viable options
Hard to believe we’re only two weeks into free agency as the Denver Broncos have kept the league news wires and social media buzzing almost daily with an array of headline-seizing defections and additions. Here are some quick thoughts on the Orange & Blue-tinted news from the last week: Headline: Newly acquired Mark Sanchez says he’s ready to compete for...
The Denver Broncos have quietly addressed their biggest weakness and have set themselves up for major moves in the waning days of free agency and the 2016 NFL Draft.
Denver quarterbacks turned the ball over a league-most 26 times during the 2015 regular season. Reducing that number will be job No. 1 for whoever lines up under center for the Orange & Blue next season.
The Denver Broncos introduced Mark Sanchez to the media Monday morning and the newest member of the team is "hungry" to win the starting quarterback job.