There was a quarterback who was steady on Saturday. But his name wasn’t Teddy Bridgewater.
On this edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Andrew Mason, Andre Simone and Henry Chisholm check in to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country. Drew Lock as a “problem”? That’s what stats guru Warren Sharp suggests. But a deep dive shows there are ways that the Broncos can play to Lock’s strengths and lift the team along with the third-year QB. Mase, Dre and Henry discuss how the analytics generally don’t favor Lock, but how the Broncos can also play to his strong suits to maximize him and the offense this year. They also get into how focusing on what Lock does well while de-emphasizing his weaker spots might affect his future progress, and more! DON’T…
On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Andrew Mason and Henry Chisholm check in to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country. For the Broncos and the sport of football, plenty is in flux right now. Mase and Henry take on some burning questions about QB, head coach and owner and what could happen over the next six-to-12 months. They also take a deeper dive into how next year’s draft class could look, and begin examining how the NFL’s feeder system — major-college football — could change if Oklahoma and Texas leave the Big XII to join the SEC. All that and more, plus listener questions will come at you in this two-hour show! DON’T…
Quarterback is the only position that has more on their plate than center on the offensive side of the ball. Despite that, the Broncos are handing the keys to the center of their offensive line to a rookie.
Lloyd Cushenberry is up for the task.
The Broncos had a three-man competition for the team’s third cornerback spot throughout the majority of training camp.
Two of them are no longer on the roster. Here's why.
The Denver Broncos' season opener is just over one week away. But before the 2020 Broncos kick off the season, John Elway, Vic Fangio and Co. must trim the roster down to their final 53-man squad.
Here's an updated list of the Broncos that have been cut:
If this were a normal year, the Broncos would have spent Thursday in the Phoenix area. As we know, this is not a normal year.
According to the five-time Pro Bowler on Denver's defensive line, the Broncos could have another Jurrell Casey in the making.
With no advanced notice, Vic Fangio made Essang Bassey the Broncos' starting nickel cornerback during practice on Wednesday.
The undrafted rookie impressed.
It's practice. It's just practice. But it's also true that the Broncos' offense has trended towards clunkiness in recent days, beset by issues of execution, timing and cohesion, leading to miscues and turnovers aplenty.
At the beginning of training camp, John Elway tempered his expectations for the Broncos' young offense. Near the end of camp, Vic Fangio is presenting a similar caution about Bradley Chubb. But for completely different reasons.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Monday morning’s Broncos practice was the 13th of training camp so far. Usually at this point in their work, the team would be through one preseason game and getting ready for its second, with the regular season still nearly a month away. For example, when the Broncos had their 13th practice in 2019, it was Aug. 5....
Vic Fangio isn't ready to publicly declare a starting center.
But the Broncos' actions have indicated they are very close to calling off the three-man race for the starting job.
As Vic Fangio put it after practice, defensive coaches and players loved the way the scrimmage went. On the flip side, offensive players and coaches did not.
For a brief moment on Friday, it appeared a major change was happening on the Broncos' offensive line.
But not so fast. Elijah Wilkinson's still the starting right tacke and it's his to lose.
The guys discuss what Justin Simmons and Melvin Gordon said after practice, breakdown the Broncos' 11th practice of camp, answer listener questions and much more.
With an off day in sight, the Broncos brought the heat on Tuesday. But one side of the ball won the day.