Denver Broncos training camp is fast approaching, and with it another eventful offseason in the books.
David Bruton Jr. aims to earn a starting job in 2015 for the first time since his senior season at Notre Dame in 2008.
General manager John Elway promised he’d fix Peyton Manning’s pocket of protection this offseason. The one position he didn’t have to bother upgrading was left tackle.
Broncos fans used to blockbuster free agency signings of the last few years were probably a little underwhelmed by the team’s 2015 signings.
A day after losing starting free safety Rahim Moore to the Houston Texans, the Denver Broncos agreed to a two-year deal with Darian Stewart.
The Houston Texans signed safety Rahim Moore on Thursday to a three-year deal worth about $12 million.
The Denver Broncos have placed their franchise tag on star receiver Demaryius Thomas, guaranteeing him roughly $12.8 million next season and buying them more time to work out a long-term deal.
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.
When Colts owner Jim Irsay scans the field Sunday, he’ll see in the Denver Broncos the kind of team he admittedly couldn’t surround Peyton Manning with nearly enough during their 14 years together in Indianapolis.
To Andrew Luck and Chuck Pagano, studying Denver’s secondary this week must have seemed like watching the Pro Bowl announcements.