CBS4 Broncos Notebook: Team Back In Full PadsThe Broncos were back in pads for the second straight day on Monday.
Broncos' Jamaal Charles Has Put K.C. In His Rearview MirrorCharles picked the Broncos, where Elway is now the general manager, for his comeback at age 30 following two years of knee troubles that led the Chiefs to release him.
Several Broncos Running Backs Making Comeback AttemptsC.J. Anderson missed the last half of last season with a torn meniscus in his right knee, and Devontae Booker is finally healthy.
Broncos Want Charles To Carry The Ball, Not The LoadJamaal Charles wasn't brought in to start at running back. But he wasn't brought in to twiddle his thumbs, either.
Ryan Harris: New Arrivals In Denver Are Hungry For ChampionshipRyan Harris' tour around the NFL gives him a unique perspective on several of the new guys now on the Broncos payroll.
New Bronco Jamaal Charles: 'Still Have More In My Tank'Declaring "I still have more in my tank," Jamaal Charles, the Kansas City Chiefs' all-time rushing leader, signed with the AFC West rival Denver Broncos on Tuesday for a chance to prove it.
Broncos Sign RB Jamaal CharlesThe Broncos have signed free agent running back Jamaal Charles
Report: Broncos Hosting RB Jamaal CharlesThe Denver Broncos are hosting running back free agent Jamaal Charles.
6 Surprises In The AFC West This SeasonWith three games left in the regular season, both the Broncos and the Chiefs have a good shot at representing the AFC West in the playoffs this year.
Broncos Have Made Habit Of Kicking Around ChiefsFor many years, decades actually, the biggest rivalry in the world of the Kansas City Chiefs involved the Oakland/Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders. But those days are gone, long gone.
Broncos Again Rule AFC West, Rest Of Division Topsy-TurvyThe Denver Broncos are running away with the AFC West again. Only, this time, they're doing it with takeaways, not touchdowns.
4 Questions Heading Into Week 9 For CBS4's Fantasy Football ProsThe Denver defense made Aaron Rodgers look like Tim Tebow, and that's hard to do. Start them!