For the third time since Peyton Manning retired, the Broncos will have a quarterback competition. Much like the previous two, expect Teddy Bridgewater vs Drew Lock to go deep into the summer.
The NFL decided the Broncos aren’t ready for prime time. But the NFL also gave the Broncos and head coach Vic Fangio a massive gift.
Even without a blockbuster trade of acquiring Aaron Rodgers, George Paton has made his first offseason as Broncos' GM about giving his defensive-minded head coach resource after resource in order to succeed in 2021.
Another Broncos QB competition is set for training camp:
Drew Lock vs Teddy Bridgewater.
That is, unless George Paton finds an upgrade to the position. And just like he does with every position, he’ll be looking.
To the surprise of the Broncos, Justin Fields was there at No. 9.
But the star quarterback wasn't on Denver's draft card.
Instead, it was cornerback Patrick Surtain II out of Alabama.
George Paton explained why.
Even though the Broncos didn't take a QB, the situation at the position hung over UCHealth Training Center like a fog Thursday night.
The Broncos got their competition. What happens Thursday will determine with whom the competition takes place.
Will Paton go big with a massive investment at quarterback or will he give another piece to Vic Fangio and the defense?
Before it becomes official on Thursday night, the DNVR Broncos Crew gives their final stab at who Denver's first-round pick will be.
The Panthers have reportedly given Bridgewater permission to facilitate a trade. Could Denver be a viable new home?
The guys discuss what it would take to trade up to No. 4 with the Falcons, talk about if a Teddy Bridgewater trade is bound to happen, answer listener questions and much more.
Chad Kelly has done nothing but impress, but the Broncos aren't quite ready to name him the permanent backup just yet.
There have been two drastically different Case Keenum’s in the NFL. The Broncos placed a sizable bet on one of them.
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.
Kirk Cousins is on everyone’s mind, but if the Broncos can’t land the top quarterback on the market, Denver’s options will be limited outside of a few other signal callers.
There was a laundry list of teams that were ready to go all in on the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes. That appears to be changing at the NFL Combine.
Our dive into the film of the many quarterback options for the Denver Broncos that go beyond Kirk Cousins.
Twenty four of the 26 quarterbacks drafted in the first round over the last 10 years started as rookies, but only 10 of those 26 are still starting for the teams which originally drafted them. Throw in a defending Super Bowl champion with a wide-open QB situation, and that's what makes the Paxton Lynch situation so intriguing.
Denver’s defense is the best in the NFL. Not only do they have a coordinator in Wade Phillips who is unafraid to blitz at will, they make plays when it matters most. Three of the team’s four wins have come with forced turnovers to end the contest as they continue to live up to John Elway’s expectations of going…...