BRONCOS RUMORS & GOSSIP

With Mike McCoy, the Broncos O is in good hands

“We’re always going to adjust to our personnel.” And with those words, Mike McCoy should have your vote of confidence. Perhaps it’s not quite that simple. As many a football observer has debated whether it’s the Jimmys and Joes or the Xs and Os. In truth, the best football teams have a healthy mix of true talent, good coaching and smart play calling. It’s not A or B,...
Via Mile High Sports
3 hours ago

John Elway, Broncos talking new contract

Denver Broncos general manager and executive vice president of football operations John Elway is entering the final year of his contract. But speaking at the Community Enrichment Award at the Mizel Institute’s annual dinner, Elway made it clear that he doesn’t plan on going anywhere.“We’re continuing to work at it,” Elway said of a contract extension, via the Associated...
Via Sportsnaut
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Decision on starting quarterback will change Broncos offense

  ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The tides are turning at Dove Valley when it comes to the quarterbacks. The shift isn’t in who the starting quarterback will be per se, but more so a change in what the offense will look like depending on which quarterback is under center. Earlier in the offseason, the initial dialogue out of the UCHealth Training Center was that the offense wouldn’t be...
Via BSN Denver
5 hours ago

BSN Broncos Podcast: Broncos Country in Civil War

  On the Thursday edition of the BSN broncos Podcast, Ryan Koenigsberg and Brandon Krisztal are breaking down all of the latest hapenings in Broncos Country. Of course, the guys are leading off with the quarterback position, more specifically the infighting within the fanbase over which QB should start. The guys also discuss rule changes, the rejuvenated offense and much more. DON’T...
Via BSN Denver
6 hours ago

Boys & Girls Clubs of Denver dedicate new playing field in honor of Pat Bowlen

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver on Thursday dedicated a new playing field in Commerce City in honor of longtime Broncos owner Pat Bowlen. “Pat Bowlen Field” at the Suncor Boys & Girls Club has a synthetic turf and will host many Boys & Girls Club team sporting events, including football, baseball, softball, soccer and volleyball. Several members of the Bowlen...
Via The Denver Post
6 hours ago

With Mike McCoy back at the helm, Broncos’ offense features a bit of old and a lot of new

It hasn’t been pretty the past few days at Dove Valley, and Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is fine with that. It shouldn’t be pretty. Not now. Not after only three days of organized team activities. Not in the early phases of installing a new offense built by a new coaching staff. Errors should be made, and they have been and, well, that’s all a good sign. For now...
Via The Denver Post
8 hours ago

Von Miller sets his sights on being the greatest of all time

Broncos linebacker Von Miller has accomplished an extraordinary amount for a guy who just turned 28 years old: He’s been a Super Bowl MVP, a rookie of the year, a five-time Pro Bowler and a three-time first-team All-Pro. But his ambitions are even higher. “I want to be the best player in the National Football…
Via Pro Football Talk
10 hours ago

Broncos rookies expected to play a big role on special teams yet again

The Denver Broncos leaned heavily on a rookie to contribute on special teams in 2016. There’s a good chance they’ll lean on a few rookies in the same way this season. In 2016, rookie punter Riley Dixon averaged 41.3 yards per punt – the highest net average by a rookie in the history of the NFL. That’s a very good thing, because he was a busy man last season. On average, Denver...
Via Mile High Sports
15 hours ago

Joe Woods doesn’t plan to make major changes to Denver defense

The Denver Broncos have a great defense. New defensive coordinator Joe Woods knows that, and he plans to keep it that way. “The foundation of our defense is going to stay the same,” Woods told reporters on Wednesday. “Our first two years, we played a high level defense. We did a good job. There’s a…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Report: Paxton Lynch cutting out early while other QBs stay late

Paxton Lynch may not understand what it takes to elevate from being a guy with the potential to lead a franchise to actually being the lead dog.According to Mark Schlereth, a former Denver Broncos offensive lineman and someone still heavily entrenched with the club, Lynch isn’t interested in being the first guy in the building and the last guy out of it. This falls right in line...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Can Kyle Sloter make the 53-man roster?

Via FOX Sports
1 day ago

PHOTOS: Denver Broncos OTAs, May 23, 2017

The Denver Broncos began first week of OTAs at the UCHealth Training Center May 23, 2017 in Englewood, Colorado.
Via The Denver Post
1 day ago

Broncos’ Watson reacts to terrorist bombing in native Manchester

Denver Broncos offensive lineman Menelik Watson has reacted to the terrorist bombing at a concert Monday night in his native Manchester, calling those who perpetrated the act “scumbags” and promised his hometown will “band together” in the aftermath of the attack.“Scumbags want to impose their will on people through terror, and it doesn’t work,” Watson said, via TMZ...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Preview of weeks 1-8 of the 2017-2018 season

The Denver Broncos followed up their championship season by missing the cut for the playoffs last season. Who could blame them after the AFC West combined to send two 12 win teams to the playoffs. The Broncos finished the 2015-2016 season with nine wins which was below expectations but seemed to be a good end result considering the loss of Peyton Manning at the quarterback position...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Which Denver Broncos quarterback is under more pressure this offseason?

Paxton Lynch or Trevor Siemian. Who has the most pressure to perform this Summer? The Denver Broncos and their fans will never escape the quarterback discussion, not while the head coach has proclaimed the starting quarterback job wide open for competition. Vance Joseph event went so far as to say it wouldn’t be decided until August. 2017 is all about Trevor Siemian and Paxton...
Via Mile High Report
3 days ago

Broncos reporter expects Siemian to win starting job

The Denver Broncos are holding an open competition at the quarterback position this offseason, but it sounds like Trevor Siemian is the early favorite to win the job once again.Although the Broncos traded up in the first round last year to draft former Memphis star Paxton Lynch, Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver recently told Peter King of The MMQB that he believes Siemian will beat...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jamaal Charles has ’50-50′ chance to make Broncos’ roster?

The Denver Broncos excited their fans by bringing running back Jamaal Charles on board, but it’s no given he’s going to even make the final roster.In fact, Broncos beat writer Mike Klis of 9News in Denver pegs the running back’s chances at about 50-percent.“The Broncos brought in the great Jamaal Charles but because of his knee injuries, I’d put his chances of making the...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Hall of Famer Jim Kelly thinks his nephew Chad “finally got it”

Chad Kelly has a lot to live up to thanks to his uncle. Jim Kelly is a Hall of Fame quarterback whose number 12 was retired by the Buffalo Bills after a lengthy career and a lot of success in Western New York.Whether he wants to admit it or not, the pressure of being as good as his uncle might have affected the Broncos’ rookie quarterback while he was in college.Chad, who was...
Via The Comeback
14 days ago  |  Discuss

New Bronco Jamaal Charles hosts Special Olympics football clinic

Jamaal Charles on Tuesday publicly donned a Denver Broncos jersey for the first time after starting a standout career with the rival Kansas City Chiefs.And the momentous event couldn’t have come at a better time given later in the day Charles and a handful of his new Broncos teammates hosted nearly 100 athletes from Special Olympics Colorado at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse. The event...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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