Former Denver Broncos safety Nick Ferguson held an interesting position during the team’s minicamp this offseason — he was a coaching intern. But what is a coaching intern?
Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan is guaranteeing he won’t re-injure the left kneecap that gave him so much trouble last season.
During portions of the Denver Broncos practice the team blares music. Usually it’s hard rock or hip-hop, but on Tuesday the playlist was more like easy-listening, and C.J. Anderson thinks he knows where it came from.
Denver Broncos defensive end Antonio Smith is under investigation in Texas over a criminal allegation the local sheriff described Thursday as “sexual in nature.”
Defensive end Derek Wolfe has both his health and his position back.
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.
Many players on the Broncos roster talk a big game, but linebacker Danny Trevathan might take the cake for being the most intimidating.
A year ago the Broncos acquired safety T.J. Ward in free agency. Since then, Ward has shown himself to be a keeper with his actions on an off the field.
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.
The Denver Broncos have tendered their three exclusive rights free agents, a group led by top tackler Brandon Marshall, who will receive $585,000 in 2015.