Broncos backup quarterback Brock Osweiler finally looked comfortable behind the wheel in Denver’s first preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks last Friday.
As expected, Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas and defensive end Antonio Smith were absent from Denver’s mandatory minicamp Tuesday.
This was not the Denver Broncos team all those fans dressed in orange and blue came to see. Denver was destroyed by the Rams in St. Louis, both on the scoreboard and in terms of physicality.
Peyton Manning threw two first-half touchdowns to Emmanuel Sanders to lead the Broncos to a 14-7 halftime lead.
Wes Welker’s suspension didn’t exactly send the Denver Broncos into a scramble. Their adaptable offense is built to weather such setbacks.
Look, the Denver Broncos not the dregs of the NFL. They are not, say, the Raiders, the Jaguars, any of those teams that consistently disappoint.
Though his physical physical condition is no longer a big question mark for Peyton Manning, when he looks around at training camp, he must feel like he’s starting over again.
With less than five months until Week 1 of the NFL’s regular seaon, Peyton Manning knows a lot of work has to be done in a small window of time when it comes to building the chemistry of this year’s Denver Broncos.
The Denver Broncos gave Peyton Manning another receiving option, agreeing to a three-year contract with former Pittsburgh wideout Emmanuel Sanders.
The Broncos spent the first day of free agency bolstering their defensive backfield, agreeing to a four-year deal with Ward on Tuesday afternoon and then hours later reaching an agreement on a six-year contract with Talib.