As Elway changes and evolves his stance on draft picks maybe it’s time the narrative changes too.
The Broncos’ run defense looks nothing like they did last year, thanks in large part to a large man in the middle.
Stopping the run in the NFL isn’t an easy task. However, the Broncos’ offseason plan to bolster their run defense was relatively straightforward.
In a sweat-drenched hoodie, Domata Peko expressed his passion for filling the Broncos’ biggest hole on defense.
The Broncos are placing the future of the run defense in two players that couldn’t be any more different outside of their abnormally large weight.
With just four free agent moves, John Elway completely changed the way the Denver Broncos will approach the draft.
On the Thursday edition of the BSN Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens and Brandon Krisztal are coming to you from the UC Health Training Center on the second day of free agency.
After a quiet first of of NFL free agency, the Denver Broncos still have plenty of potential moves to make. Here is what they are looking at.
The Denver Broncos could, and will look into, upgrading many positions this offseason. However, here are the three they must address.
By signing Jonathan Hankins the Denver Broncos would seamlessly replace Sylvester Williams on the interior of the defensive line. But at a higher cost, is it worth it?
The Denver Broncos have many players set to hit free agency. However, that doesn’t mean they should pack their bags for another city, according to John Elway.
If the Denver Broncos want to upgrade their run defense by getting a better version of Sylvester Williams, Bennie Logan is their man.
With only one move in free agency the Denver Broncos could return their run defense to one of the league’s best. But with such a high price tag, should the Broncos go after Brandon Williams?
The Denver Broncos won't be going to the playoffs after a beatdown at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.
The New England Patriots have been the most successful NFL franchise since Bill Belichick took over in 2000, however, not against the Denver Broncos. Denver is the only team to have a winning record against the Patriots in that time.
With just over a third of the regular season left the Denver Broncos (almost) control their own destiny: from the No. 1 seed in the AFC to missing the playoffs. However, Gary Kubiak is only focusing on his team.
As the Denver Broncos defensive players hype up the matchup against their former quarterback, Brock Osweiler downplayed the significance of his return to Denver. On Thursday, Osweiler gave further insight on his decision to leave the Broncos and join the Houston Texans.