George Paton’s decision to make Patrick Surtain II his first draft pick as an NFL General Manager was met with some resistance given the Broncos’ quarterback situation at this time last year. But after seeing young Surtain on the field in orange and blue as a rookie last season, it’s possible the Broncos ended up selecting a player that could…...
Dre’Mont Jones is “very disruptive.”
D.J. Jones plans to be a "wrecking ball.”
Together, Jones & Jones have their eyes set on being part of the best defensive line in the NFL.
It took only one practice as a Denver Bronco for Russell Wilson to display not just why he's a nine-time Pro Bowler, but what makes him special.
Five primetime games.
A trip overseas to London.
A Christmas game against the Rams.
The Broncos kickoff the Russell Wilson and Nathaniel Hackett era with plenty of big-time games in 2022.
But which one is the most important?
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — After plowing through defenders in his nine starts as a rookie, Quinn Meinerz was the presumed starting right guard for the Broncos entering 2022. But not so fast. “Right now, it’s really early to know what the expectations [of where I’m playing] are just because these first couple phases of OTAs have been really learning everybody and…...
Will Greg Dulcich be the Broncos' Week 1 starting tight end?
Or will Albert Okwuegbunam, Eric Tomlinson or even Eric Saubert take that role?
Hackett talked about Thursday Night Football, the status of Jerry Jeudy after his arrest Thursday and potential plans for joint preseason practices and the October week in London after the first on-field session of rookie minicamp.
During the first rookie minicamp practice on Friday, Greg Dulcich displayed why he's the all-around tight end that Nathaniel Hackett and the Broncos were looking for.
Take a dive into the Broncos’ 2022 schedule with notes, nuggets and facts about a slate that starts off with two of the most winnable games … but ends with a daunting six-week stretch that includes the Ravens, Rams, Chargers and both Chiefs games.
His ACL was torn. His hip had popped out. And his grandma — who was his "rock" — passed away.
K.J. Hamler’s 2021 fall was a nightmare.
But he’s beginning to see the light.
And he has his sights on playing the Tyler Lockett role for Russell Wilson in Denver.
“We have, like, a little period where we go and do walk-throughs in the gym, in the back room, and he was in there watching. He didn’t have to be there,” CB Ronald Darby said.
"I wanted to help as much as I could after the injury," Jewell said, and now he's staying around a while longer while embracing his role as the quarterback of Denver's defense.
Who was the Broncos’ best value draft pick?
Was it Nik Bonitto, who is one of the draft’s best speed rushers?
Or Montrell Washington, who would have a big impact in special teams?
The fellas give their pick!
After missing Russell Wilson's first workout camp in San Diego, for legitimate reasons, Jerry Jeudy had a one-on-one workout session with Russ at his facility in Souther in California.
"I learned a lot with him," Jeudy said on Wednesday, giving an insight to his eventful offseason.
His weight is down. His quickness is up. And while he's fighting for spots with a slew of other interior linemen, Quinn Meinerz has his head coach's confidence. "The sky is the limit for him right now," Nathaniel Hackett said of Meinerz.
George Paton entered Day 3 of the draft publicly stating how he and his staff desperately needed to upgrade special teams.
Montrell Washington is set to be the most explosive piece to that puzzle.
A 4.37-second 40-yard dash time at Wisconsin’s Pro Day led teams to take a second look at Faion Hicks.
Matt Henningsen has been surprising people since he became the first freshman walk-on to start a season opener at Wisconsin since at least 1990. So, don’t be surprised if he makes the Broncos’ 53-man roster.