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.
Brock Osweiler made the most of his opportunity, getting the bulk of the snaps at practice as he continued to digest coach Gary Kubiak’s run-oriented offense that is both newfangled and old-fashioned.
When ranking the most “irreplaceable” players on the team, it is a combination of what they bring to the team, but also who is behind them.
The Denver Broncos moved up five spots to select Missouri pass-rusher Shane Ray with the 23rd pick in the NFL draft Thursday night.
So used to flying around the field at full speed, Danny Trevathan has to constantly remind himself to back off for the sake of his still-healing left knee.
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.
Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware are expecting to get to the quarterback a lot more often this season thanks to two veteran offseason additions to Denver’s defense: lineman Antonio Smith and coordinator Wade Phillips.
Eager to return to an active lifestyle, former rugby player Ian Wallace turned to the hottest new medical trend — an ice-cold treatment called cryotherapy.
Unlike a year ago when he was coming off a torn ACL, Von Miller doesn’t seem to have a single care.
The reunion has rejuvenated Antonio Smith — not that he’s ever succumbed to age or the normal wear and tear of playing in the NFL.