“Give me one man from among ten thousand if he is the best.” – Heraclitus I well remember where I was at the night that Halley’s Comet passed by earth in 1986, as I was just starting to fall in love with astronomy and astrophysics at the deepest dumb-it-down for me level. The rarity of the Halley’s event combined with…...
Here are the options they can turn to in order to protect Drew Lock, Teddy Bridgewater or, say, Aaron Rodgers this year. Fortunately for the Broncos, the list is long.
Only one team has allowed more combined kickoff- and punt-return touchdowns than the Broncos in the last two years. They hope their Day 3 picks can change that.
Another Broncos QB competition is set for training camp:
Drew Lock vs Teddy Bridgewater.
That is, unless George Paton finds an upgrade to the position. And just like he does with every position, he’ll be looking.
George Paton isn't just trusting his talent evaluators with his high-upside picks. He's trusting the entire Broncos organization to tap into the immense talent that he's bringing to Denver in 2021.
Javonte Williams will share the backfield again in 2021. But if the gifted, special and physical runner turns into one of the NFL's best backs, as Paton hopes, it will be difficult to take him off the field in 2022 and beyond.
“We still got the two players we wanted — which is rare when you move back that far,” Broncos GM George Paton said.
In 2017, Javonte Williams' football career was one year away from ending as a high school linebacker.
On Friday night, he became the 35th player selected in the NFL Draft. As a running back.
With his eyes set on being one of best CBs in the NFL, Patrick Surtain II has all of the tools needed to do just that.
And he has the extra advantage of learning from some of the game's all-time best throughout the past 17 years of his life.
The NFL Draft is finally here and filled with drama. Between rumors of Aaron Rodgers being on the move, two of the top five quarterbacks falling out of the top 10, and the unexpected run on defenders near the end of the first round, there was plenty to talk about for football fans in the Mile High City on Thursday…...
To the surprise of the Broncos, Justin Fields was there at No. 9.
But the star quarterback wasn't on Denver's draft card.
Instead, it was cornerback Patrick Surtain II out of Alabama.
George Paton explained why.
Even though the Broncos didn't take a QB, the situation at the position hung over UCHealth Training Center like a fog Thursday night.
With our final 200-plus draftable prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft in the books, it’s time to shift our focus to the strengths and weaknesses of this draft at each position. This is an offensive-heavy draft with only the key positions in defending the pass, like cornerback and edge rusher, standing out on the defensive side. Below you’ll find the…...
The Broncos got their competition. What happens Thursday will determine with whom the competition takes place.
Will Paton go big with a massive investment at quarterback or will he give another piece to Vic Fangio and the defense?
Before it becomes official on Thursday night, the DNVR Broncos Crew gives their final stab at who Denver's first-round pick will be.
The 2021 NFL Draft will be like no other with teams playing vastly different schedules and a large number of prospects opting out of the season. In a year like this, trying to gain some perspective and putting the draft class into context is key and that’s what we hope to accomplish with the top-200 prospects in the class graded…...
George Paton is off and running as the Broncos' new GM.
All in all, Paton and the Broncos dropped over $150 million in contracts in the first few weeks of the NFL's new league year.
But what's been the best move of the offseason so far?