There’s one star who’s noticeably absent from Broncos OTA practices this week.
When ranking the most “irreplaceable” players on the team, it is a combination of what they bring to the team, but also who is behind them.
Shortly after the Denver Broncos received new orange T-shirts reading “Keep Your Feet,” the most expensive ones on the field got tangled.
After a rookie season in which he caught more flack than passes, Cody Latimer is preparing for a much bigger role in Denver’s offense in 2015.
Take a $4 million pay cut, John Elway told Peyton Manning, and I’ll fix your pocket of protection.
Emmanuel Sanders couldn’t help but notice running back C.J. Anderson sauntering around the Denver Broncos headquarters this month “with his chest a little big.”
The Denver Broncos reported for offseason workouts Monday, minus franchised receiver Demaryius Thomas, who’s skipping team activities while awaiting a new contract.
With fewer holes and shallower pockets this time around, John Elway watched big names leaving Denver for a change -Julius Thomas to Jacksonville, Orlando Franklin to San Diego – in the frenzied opening hours of free agency Tuesday.
When running back C.J. Anderson joined 10 teammates on the Pro Bowl roster Monday, the Broncos set a franchise record with 11 players earning all-star honors, eclipsing the 10-player mark from the 1998 Super Bowl season.
John Elway is looking for the right man to fix a 12-4 team, not a 4-12 debacle like John Fox inherited four years ago.