ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — On Monday, the Denver Broncos traded their highest-paid player, their most decorated player, the face of the franchise and the longest current tenured Bronco when they said goodbye to Von Miller. Yet despite trading the Super Bowl 50 MVP to the Los Angeles Rams for future draft capital, George Paton was adamant the Broncos are not rebuilding. “We’re…...
The guys discuss the fallout of trading Von Miller, break down who the Broncos' cornerstone players are, talk about the trade deadline, answer listener questions and much more.
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The Broncos tried for five-and-a-half seasons to build a defense like the one that won Super Bowl 50 and pair it with just enough quarterbacking. That era ended Monday.
One of the greatest eras in Denver Broncos football has come to an end.
On Monday, the Broncos traded Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams.
“The sense of urgency has to be at an all-time high,” Miller said. “We can’t go out here and lose. However you want to shade it, and however you want to lace it up so the pressure doesn’t seem real or whatever it may be. The pressure is real, and this is reality.”
The Broncos have plenty of players they could be looking to sell at the trade deadline, especially if they lose to the Washington Football Team on Sunday.
In 2018, just two days before Denver played Arizona, Von Miller correctly predicted the Broncos were going to "kick their ass."
On Tuesday, nearly exactly three years later, Von made a similar vow for Thursday's game against the Browns.
Will the Broncos suffer a week-long hangover on the road against the Steelers or will they be able to bounce back to their winning ways?
Despite sitting on top of the AFC—albeit with six other teams—at 3-1, Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is as crucial of a game as any team will find just five weeks into the season.
It means “everything” for the Denver Broncos.
Von Miller, for one, says he plans to attack. "I mean, what am I going to do? Just sit on the line of scrimmage and just wait around?" he said.
A team that wallops the bad clubs should be a .500 team against the good ones. And that would give the Broncos a stamp of legitimacy that their three wins have not.
Bradley Chubb hasn't received much good news on the injury front this year.
On Wednesday, however, there was a glimmer of hope. Here's when he's expected to be back for the Broncos this year.
The easiest way to find perspective on Bradley Chubb's agonizing string of injuries in the last 24 months is to compare his ledger to that of his edge-rushing complement, Von Miller.
Even in a dominant win, the Broncos left room for improvement. They should have won in an walk. Their miscues kept the game competitive. But that gives them reason to focus and lock in over the next week.
Two weeks into the 2021 season, the Broncos are 2-0 in the record book.
They're also 2-0 in their Pro Bowl players successfully returning to their dominant form after suffering season-ending injuries.
“Back in black I hit the sack I’ve been too long I’m glad to be back” – AC/DC, possibly channeling Von Miller I was sitting in a college accounting class, running a ledger for a faux business. I had chosen to be both accountant and CEO of my imaginary fledgling firm, having started with a sizable nest egg in my…...
While he won't say it, it's clear—Von Miller is back.
That's fantastic new for Vic Fangio and the Broncos.
It's terrible news for opposing quarterbacks, especially Trevor Lawrence, who is Von's target in Week 2.
The guys host an awards show! The fellas predict who will be the Broncos' MVP, Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year, answer listener questions and much more.