The Broncos first preseason game had it all, from nightmares to pleasant dreams about better days to come.
On a night in which four quarterbacks who the Broncos could've had as a backup battled between the lines at Mile High, somehow the worst one of the bunch—by far—was the second man on the field for the Orange & Blue.
On Wednesday, the Broncos’ veteran had the day off. Their replacements made it hard to notice their absence.
Vance Joseph said the Broncos “need more from” the backup quarterback position in terms of consistency. But he’s not worried about it.
Depth charts don’t always tell the full story. Thus, on the day the team released their first depth chart, here’s how things are stacking up on the field.
When it comes to the most important position battle entering camp, forget about the starting positions up for grabs such as right guard, running back and tight end, it’s all about the backup.
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 Broncos could realistically have six regular contributors from the 2017 draft class this upcoming season. A huge upgrade from last year.
Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
Forced to take on a humbling new role as a backup quarterback with the Denver Broncos, Paxton Lynch showed some maturity as he's embraced his role on the team and is ready to step-up when his time comes.
The final practice of the offseason was short and sweet. But there were still a few standouts entering summer break.
The Broncos had their final full-speed practice of the offseason on Wednesday, which was full of storylines.