Broncos Offense Abandons The Fullback PositionAfter the Broncos placed Andy Janovich on injured reserve there was some speculation Juwan Thompson would see a lot of touches at the fullback position.
Broncos Janovich Has Ankle Surgery, To Go On IR SoonBroncos fullback Andy Janovich is done for the season.
Chiefs, Broncos Are Mirror Images In Sunday Night ShowdownThe Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs are a lot alike.
Kapri Bibbs Earns Bigger Role In Struggling Broncos OffenseThe Denver Broncos need a boost, and Kapri Bibbs will get the chance to spark their sputtering offense.
Juwan Thompson Back With Broncos With CJ Anderson On IRThe Denver Broncos promoted running back Juwan Thompson from their practice squad on Saturday to take the roster spot of C.J. Anderson, who was placed on injured reserve.
Andy Janovich Scores Touchdown On First NFL CarryDenver Broncos rookie fullback Andy Janovich scored a touchdown on his first NFL regular season carry.
Kubiak: Former CSU Star Kapri Bibbs 'Answered The Challenge'While the starting running back job currently belongs to C.J. Anderson, the backup jobs are up for grabs. One player hoping to get into the mix is former Colorado State star Kapri Bibbs.
Broncos' C.J. Anderson Not Bothered By Bold Devontae BookerDevontae Booker, whom the Broncos would have considered drafting in the first round had they not moved up to select quarterback Paxton Lynch, declared recently that he's out to take somebody's job, not carry anyone's pads.
With Knee On Mend, Devontae Booker Takes Field For BroncosDevontae Booker is just strolling along these days - first across a stage to receive his diploma, and now on a football field at reduced speed with his knee still healing.
Broncos Hope Draft Picks Replace Free-Agent LossesThe Broncos focused on defense after selecting quarterback Paxton Lynch, and in the cases of defensive end Adam Gotsis and safety Justin Simmons, the Broncos found a pair of players who can compensate for their free-agent losses.
Broncos Address Biggest Needs In NFL DraftThe Denver Broncos used their top two picks in the NFL draft to plug holes created by the high-profile departures of Brock Osweiler and Malik Jackson in the opening moments of free agency.