Here lies Aqib Talib, the Denver Bronco—always entertaining, forever misunderstood.
With Aqib Talib gone, Bradley Roby finally gets his opportunity. But the opportunity at hand is even bigger than just being a starter.
After four seasons in Denver, Aqib Talib is headed to Tinseltown.
Chris Harris will be a Bronco in 2018, but there are still question marks in the Broncos' defensive backfield.
John Elway had a lot to share on Tuesday afternoon at the NFL Scouting combine.
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All of the Broncos attention will be fixed to one player on Sunday. He won’t be wearing Orange & Blue.
Denver beat the Jets 23-0, ending a two-month losing streak.
The Dolphins beat the Broncos 35-9 in what could be the most painful loss for Denver this season.
There’s no question the Broncos are struggling mightily. Coincidentally, their next opponent, the Dolphins, is nearly in the same boat. Here’s what the game will come down to.
Both players will appeal their suspensions, but as of right now, the Broncos only have three cornerbacks.
The Broncos’ head coach repeatedly said Talib’s actions on Sunday were “unacceptable.” That was except for one aspect of it.
Paxton Lynch didn't impress in his first start of 2017.
Aqib Talib managed to snatch another one of Crabtree's chains.
The Broncos have allowed big plays left and right the last two games. Outside of that, however, it’s actually hasn’t been that bad.
The 51-23 blowout is Denver's worst loss since 2010.