While Drew Lock gives the Broncos hope, it wasn't that long ago that the Broncos had three different directions in which they could have gone -- and all of them would have likely been dead ends.
If other quarterback options present themselves to John Elway this offseason, who is the best option out there? If Drew Lock is, in fact, the Broncos’ guy next year, what backup should they land?
Justin Simmons is the best compensatory pick in Broncos history, but their three compensatory choices in this year's draft come much later -- when the Broncos haven't found much success.
On Friday, Devontae Booker delivered a headline that can typically only be found on the cover of the New York Post.
Joe Flacco possesses a trait that hasn’t been seen from a signal caller in Denver since Peyton Manning brought home the team’s third Lombardi Trophy.
The Broncos first preseason game had it all, from nightmares to pleasant dreams about better days to come.
Case Keenum made one play on Friday that made some of his teammates turn to the media and exclaim “You better be tweeting that right now!”
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.
Joe Ellis and John Elway put the entire organization on notice this offseason. That’s led to a different dynamic within the building.
Thirteen months ago, Vance Joseph deemed Chad Kelly his “favorite quarterback in the draft.” Saturday, Joseph started the quarterback’s hype train again.
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.
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.