Enough with the games, Las Vegas says Kirk Cousins should end the nonsense and uncertainty and officially narrow down his list to three teams the moment free agency begins.
With Aqib Talib gone, Bradley Roby finally gets his opportunity. But the opportunity at hand is even bigger than just being a starter.
The Broncos have the option to move on from two of the longest-tenured players on the team. They have some time to make the tough decisions, though.
With sweeping changes expected this offseason, here are seven realistic moves the Broncos could make.
The Redskins appear ready to move on from Kirk Cousins while the Broncos couldn’t be more ready to welcome him with open arms.
That cloud sitting above the Denver Broncos locker room, unmistakeable by those walking below it, is the manifestation of John Elway's frustration, the embodiment of his intolerance for losing.
The Denver Broncos finally got back to winning and looked like their old selves in a 23-0 throbbing of the New York Jets. Especially defensively the Broncos found some big...
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.
The Broncos’ head coach repeatedly said Talib’s actions on Sunday were “unacceptable.” That was except for one aspect of it.
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.
Vance Joseph has watched a lot of football in his 45 years. Sunday was the worst special teams performance he has ever witnessed.
Since the Broncos’ 3-1 start, they’re has been one common underlying trend that has led to their four-game losing streak.
It wasn't all bad.
The early afternoon affair on the east coast exposed the Broncos are a far cry away from a simple swap at quarterback.
The Denver Broncos defense has had enough.
The Broncos' struggles the past month can be traced back to one stat on both sides of the ball.
All signs point in the direction of the Broncos’ defense becoming even more deadly shortly after the bye week.
Last year opposing offenses avoided the “No Fly Zone” at all costs. This year, they’ll have to beat them to beat the Broncos.