Should Broncos Secondary Still Be The 'No Fly Zone'?There is a great debate sweeping the NFL: Should the Broncos secondary still be known as the No Fly Zone?
Broncos Move On Without Founding Member Of No Fly ZoneThe Denver Broncos secondary says they are still the "No Fly Zone" after the release of three-time Pro Bowl strong safety T.J. Ward.
'At Least We Get To Keep Joe': Woods Promoted To Broncos DCBroncos coach Vance Joseph on Tuesday promoted secondary coach Joe Woods to defensive coordinator, replacing Wade Phillips, who left for the Rams.
Roby Hopes Luck Continues Against The PatriotsBroncos cornerback Bradley Roby has a good history against New England. That includes an interception in last season's AFC Championship game to help preserve a Broncos victory and punch their ticket to Super Bowl 50.
Roby's Pick 6 Helps Broncos Beat Jaguars 20-10Bradley Roby returned an interception 51 yards for a touchdown, helping the Denver Broncos beat the mistake-prone Jacksonville Jaguars 20-10 on Sunday and gain ground in the AFC playoff picture.
Blocked Point-After Kick Lifts Broncos Past SaintsDenver's Justin Simmons used a perfectly timed leap over the offensive line to block an extra-point kick.
Broncos Defensive Backs Draw 6 Costly Penalties In LossThe Broncos were without starting left cornerback Aqib Talib and backup corner Kayvon Webster Sunday, but Oakland's offense still chose to attack them primarily on the ground.
Broncos Promote CB Taurean Nixon From Practice SquadWith Aqib Talib out and Kayvon Webster questionable for Denver's Sunday night showdown at Oakland, the Broncos promoted cornerback Taurean Nixon from their practice squad Saturday.
Bradley Roby Named AFC Defensive Player Of The WeekBroncos cornerback Bradley Roby was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week.
Wade Phillips Back At Work But Denver's Offense Is AilingWade Phillips returned to work Monday, his sense of humor still intact after a scary fall when San Diego running back Melvin Gordon plowed into him on the sideline Sunday.
Broncos Pick Apart Rivers In 27-19 Win Over ChargersThe Denver Broncos took turns picking off and pummeling Philip Rivers in a 27-19 win over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
It's Irrational, But Acceptable, To 'Boo' OsweilerThere is no logical reason to boo Brock Osweiler when he returns to Denver on Monday night, but this is sports, we don't always need to use logic.