Broncos Team Headlines: Green Selected As Payton Award WinnerIt has been a busy week for the Denver Broncos (8-4) as the team prepares for the Tennessee Titans (6-6) in this week's matchup. The Broncos made a roster move to add depth to the backfield, while Trevor Siemian continues to make progress with his foot injury. Plus, Virgil Green earned the Walter Payton Man of the Year award from the Broncos.
Broncos' Marshall Wants Defense To Be More PhysicalFor a defense that takes extreme pride in its ability to stop the run first, Sunday night's 30-20 loss at Oakland was not only an eye-opener but a cold reality check for the Denver Broncos.
Broncos TE Green Grabs Single-Season HighsBroncos tight end Virgil Green is normally known for his blocking skills, but that's changing this season.
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.
It's Irrational, But Acceptable, To 'Boo' OsweilerThere is no logical reason to boo Brock Osweiler when he returns to Denver on Monday night, but this is sports, we don't always need to use logic.
Broncos Tight End Virgil Green Ruled Out Vs. CincinnatiBroncos tight end Virgil Green has been ruled out of Sunday's game in Cincinnati due to a calf injury.
4 Questions Heading Into Week 1 For CBS4's Fantasy Football ProA roster tweak or two could mean the difference between winning and losing your first fantasy game of the season.
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.
Virgil Green Not Fazed By Rotation Of Broncos QuarterbacksTight end Virgil Green is showing he has good chemistry with all three of the Broncos quarterbacks.
5 Broncos Who Have Turned Heads At Training Camphe quarterback competition has mostly dominated the headlines coming out of Broncos training camp this year, but several players at other positions have quietly been having great training camps.
Broncos' Heuerman Sets Sights On Return From Lost SeasonBack on the field after a knee injury wiped out his rookie season, Denver Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman is working to make his presence felt this season.
Green Appears To Be Broncos' Top Tight EndThe Denver Broncos need someone to step up at tight end, a position that coach Gary Kubiak said was "just a little bit behind" when camp began.