With a new generation in the building, Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Bill Musgrave is putting NFL stubbornness aside to cater an offense to his players.
The guys discuss DeMarcus Ware's early impact, why things are different this OTAs and more.
The guys discuss some of the overreactions from yesterday, talk about just how good Denver's pass rush could be and much more.
We spoke exclusively with Denver Broncos Punter Marquette King about why he is the way he is
The guys discuss what was an extremely exciting day at OTAs, what has them as optimistic as ever and much more.
The guys discuss the team's new offense, what an NFL minor league would do for the game and much more.
The guys discuss comments from Brandon Marshall and Chris Harris Jr. yesterday, an important trait possessed by Case Keenum and much more.
After saying he doesn't want to play in the slot anymore last season, Denver Broncos corner Chris Harris Jr. has come to terms with his role.
The guys discuss a serious discuss sparked by Matt Paradis and Derek Wolfe, why the team probably won't sign Richie Incognito and much more.
The guys discuss the health of a few players, the running back plan moving forward and much more.
Shaq Barret spoke exclusively with BSN Denver about the potential of his group and his potential future with the Broncos
The guys are elated to discuss the Broncos first day of OTAs, the talk about standout players, one player who wasn't on the field.
They guys discuss the position battles heading into OTAs, what to expect from the 2017 class this year and more.
Josey Jewell's life on the farm taught him some important lessons.
The guys discuss the ring of fame snubs, a new signing and much more.
The guys discuss the interesting reason Colin Kaepernick was in Denver, an awesome community outreach for the Broncos, who the team's "breakout player" will be this year and much more.
The guys discuss the storied career of Lowell Lotulelei, get in the daily dose of Chad Kelly talk and much more.
The guys discuss what they did—or didn't—learn at rookie minicamp, discuss the futures of Shane Ray and Paxton Lynch, and much more.
As his true rookie season slowly inches closer, it's fair to say that Jake Butt is rear-end—I mean rarin'—to go.