Broncos Week 9 Injury Report: One Returns, Another Has To Sit As Aqib Talib Ruled Out For SundayThe Denver Broncos have been quite lucky this season as they've been able to avoid a lot of serious injuries and keep many of their stars healthy. Unfortunately for this weekend's game against the Oakland Raiders, one of their key defensive players will have to stay on the sidelines.
Former CSU Star Kapri Bibbs Might Get More Action After C.J. Anderson's InjuryC. J. Anderson might be going from breakout to heartbreak. With Anderson down, the Broncos would start Devontae Booker on Sunday against San Diego and Colorado State star Kapri Bibbs would back him up.
These Aren't The Same Broncos Who Won It AllBroncos quarterback Trevor Siemian will throw his first pass as a pro Thursday night when the Super Bowl champs kick off the 2016 season against the Carolina Panthers.
No Clear-Cut No. 1 QB For Reigning Champion BroncosA week into this year's camp, the reigning Super Bowl champions haven't named a No. 1 guy, and the battle to be the starter will likely continue at least through the first preseason game at Chicago on Aug. 11.
Questions Abound On Offense, Defense For Super Bowl ChampsThe Super Bowl champs begin training camp Thursday with major questions on both sides of the ball, beginning with who will be the one throwing it.
Broncos Center Matt Paradis Now The Mainstay On The O-LineTo his left, Denver Broncos center Matt Paradis will see some new faces. To his right, more new faces. Even his quarterback will be different.
Broncos Center Matt Paradis Signs His TenderCenter Matt Paradis, who took every snap for the Denver Broncos from their opener through the Super Bowl, signed his exclusive rights tender on Thursday, four days before they start their offseason program.
Broncos C Paradis Big Winner In Performance Pay ProgramDenver Broncos center Matt Paradis was the big winner in the NFL's "Performance-Based Pay" program after playing in every offensive play during the 2015 season.
Broncos Offensive Line Will Be In Attack Mode In Super Bowl 50It is reasonable to hypothesize that the Denver Broncos' offensive line could determine the outcome of Super Bowl 50.
Kubiak Steered Broncos Through Lots Of Troubled WatersAt first, C.J. Anderson just didn't get Gary Kubiak's insistence on giving the starters so much rest and the backups so many snaps during spring workouts.
Paradis Has Been The One Constant In Broncos' Fluid O-lineThe Broncos' offensive line has resembled both a carousel and a turnstile. The only constant has been center Matt Paradis, who has played every snap this season.
Peyton Manning On Pace For Career High In SacksPeyton Manning is on pace to annihilate his own career high of 29 sacks set in 2001.