Sometimes saying nothing, says it all. That’s just what Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid when talking about Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch.
John Elway has mastered yet another aspect of the NFL, turning the injured reserve from a place of doom into an asset for the Broncos.
Carlos Henderson and Isaiah McKenzie were brought to Denver to impact the return game and compete at receiver. Through three days of training camp, one is doing just that while...
Whether it’s for the better or worse, the Broncos’ roster is far from settled entering training camp. Here’s what could shakeup in the summer battles.
The first-rounders path to earning the starting blindside role is simple, in theory.
Could Brock Olivo’s unapologetic passion for special teams be key in the revival of Denver’s return game?
Outside of his contract situation, John Elway had plenty to say about how the Broncos’ offseason has unfolded so far.
The Broncos finalized their 2017 draft class when they agreed to terms with Carlos Henderson on a four-year deal.
As Derek Wolfe enters his prime, another “Wolfe” may be growing in Denver’s defensive line room.
There have been many moves this offseason pointing to a major shift in the Broncos’ offense through new leadership under Mike McCoy’s.
During Carlos Henderson’s time in college he proved he was capable of two things: big plays and finding the end zone.
Despite winning the John Mackey Award for the nations best tight end, it’s Jake Butt’s reasoning for playing football that makes him a dangerous weapon for the Broncos.
After months of rumors teams finally had to show their hands in the 2017 NFL Draft revealing short and long term strategies in how they picked and traded in the...
As we continue to digest the 2017 NFL Draft here are our favorite and least favorite picks of the class with a focus on the top 100 selections.
With the 2017 NFL Draft already in the books and our AFC West grades as well here's how the rest of the league did with the best, worst and all...
It's time for our 2017 draft grades for the Denver Broncos and the rest of the AFC West.
Jamaal Charles didn’t take long to move on from Kansas City. Now, thanks to John Elway and others within the organization, he’s chasing a Super Bowl with the Broncos.
The former Chief has the fourth-most yards per carry in NFL history only behind Michael Vick, Randall Cunningham and Marion Motley.
The veteran running back could potentially add more explosion on the Broncos' offense.