Despite one of the worst defensive performances of recent memory, the Broncos’ defensive coaching staff will remain intact.
Before the roughest week of Paxton Lynch’s professional career could end, it got drastically worse on Saturday night.
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.
Vance Joseph referenced a culture change during the offseason. The players have backed that up with their actions this summer.
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.