Denver Broncos training camp is fast approaching, and with it another eventful offseason in the books.
Chase Vaughn’s journey to the NFL took him through two small Colorado colleges and four professional football leagues before he called in sick from his hospital job to covertly try out for the Denver Broncos.
Many players on the Broncos roster talk a big game, but linebacker Danny Trevathan might take the cake for being the most intimidating.
The Denver Broncos have released their regular season schedule that includes five nationally televised games and matchups with seven playoff teams from last year.
The Denver Broncos have tendered a $1.52 million salary to restricted free agent cornerback Tony Carter.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has finished building his staff by hiring Marc Lubick as assistant wide receivers coach and Samson Brown as assistant defensive backs coach.
The 2015 NFL schedule will be released this spring, but we do have an idea of how the Broncos schedule will look next season. CBS4’s Mark Haass found five things already known about the Broncos road to Super Bowl 50.
Count Tony Dungy among those who believe Peyton Manning will play in 2015.
Peyton Manning is still thinking over his future, making no commitment to returning to the Broncos for his 18th NFL season.
As Peyton Manning considers whether to take the gold watch or make one more run at the silver trophy, there are many factors he’s weighing: age, desire, vitality, security, relationships.