Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
DaeSean Hamilton strolled up to his first media scrum as a member of the Denver Broncos with an oddly familiar look.
John Elway started his annual pre-draft press conference on Thursday with four simple words that set the tone for how the rest of the presser went: “Lay it all out.”
Getting adjusted to the dry climate hasn’t been kind to the Broncos new quarterback. But as he adjusts to his new team he’s taken a simple approach.
In just two moves during the offseason, John Elway addressed an issue with the team he personally identified.
Outsiders continue to question if the Broncos ponied up $18 million per year for a one-hit wonder. Inside the organization, Keenum’s anything but a one-hit wonder.
Case Keenum had a phenomenal season last year, but John Elway and Vance Joseph kept pointing to something else about their new quarterback as to why they brought him to Denver.
There’s a different mindset of how the Broncos want to win. That’s exactly why they signed Case Keenum.
In an NFL where the quarterback market lacks a middle class, there are two options for teams who are on search for their next signal caller: Expensive and dirt cheap—in NFL terms—and you get what you pay for.
Enough with the games, Las Vegas says Kirk Cousins should end the nonsense and uncertainty and officially narrow down his list to three teams the moment free agency begins.
In John Elway’s eyes, the exact same characteristic that may have irked some people about him back in the day is exactly what he’s searching for in his future quarterback.
Baker Mayfield would ignite Denver with enthusiasm if the Broncos draft him. But even if they don’t, he can still help them significantly.
Just because Kirk Cousins is the highest-profile free agent quarterback doesn’t mean he’s the Broncos’ No. 1 option, Vance Joseph hinted at the Combine.
Loren Landow is expected to join the Broncos when he's finished training NFL prospects for the draft.
The Broncos have the option to move on from two of the longest-tenured players on the team. They have some time to make the tough decisions, though.
Although the Eagles’ backup quarterback is certainly a great story, don’t be fooled by the Nick Foles trap. Instead, look to the history of the game.
With sweeping changes expected this offseason, here are seven realistic moves the Broncos could make.