Wade Phillips believes Broncos defense can be better in 2016

  It’s been a theme from every defensive player we’ve heard from all offseason, the Denver Broncos defense can be better in 2016. If there’s anybody in the organization who would aim to temper those sort of expectations it would be eternal-realist Wade Phillips. On Thursday, though, Phillips met with the media and was asked about that claim. “Obviously, we’re way ahead...
Via BSN Denver
49 minutes ago

John Elway set to compete in Colorado Senior Open

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Now that he has Super Bowl victories as a player and a general manager, John Elway is setting his sights on another championship. The CoBank...
Via Mile High Sports
57 minutes ago

In Their Words: The Denver Broncos expect their defense to be better than ever

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Denver Broncos defense has been one of the best in the league for awhile now. Last year they were first in sacks, pass defense and total...
Via Mile High Sports
2 hours ago

The only person Paxton Lynch should be comparing himself to is Paxton Lynch

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit There are amusement parks, and then there is Disney World. There’s thick crust pizza, and then there is Beau Jo’s. There’s Paxton Lynch...
Via Mile High Sports
2 hours ago

Denver Broncos biggest potential draft sleeper

The NFL draft is over.  Rookie camp is over.  And now the Denver Broncos organized team activities (OTAs) are here.  This allows the coaches their first look at an offense versus defense structure in practice.  The rookies have now joined their other team mates and the competition begins. Many are focused on Paxton Lynch competing with Mark Sanchez for the starting position. ...
Via cover32
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

John Elway: Losing both Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler was ‘big surprise’

It turns out that the departure of Brock Osweiler caught John Elway off guard, too. The Broncos’ VP and general manager told Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole that Denver anticipated retaining Osweiler even if Peyton Manning retired. “Was it a big surprise that we were in that situation? Yeah,” Elway said of losing Manning and Osweiler in the same offseason. “Because I thought…we...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

When will Paxton Lynch be starting for the Denver Broncos?

Many pieces have been written about when, or even if, to start Paxton Lynch, this season. Statistically, since Andrew Luck, no better rookie QB has come out, than Jameis Winston (key word is better). I bring this up because there are many similarities in playing style and mentality between Jameis and Paxton, and what their teams have done to help them transition into the NFL. The...
Via cover32
1 day ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every Denver Broncos starting quarterback since John Elway

Since John Elway's retirement in 1998, the Denver Broncos have started 13 different quarterbacks under center. How many can you name?
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NFL Notes: Bills, Broncos, Eagles & Raiders

Bills Bills DE Jerry Hughes said he is 100 percent recovered from the wrist surgery he underwent this offseason and is a full participant for OTAs. (Bills’ Official Site) Bills HC Rex Ryan said that sixth-round CB Kevon Seymour received reps with the first-team at Tuesday’s practice and compared him to fellow Bills CB Ronald Darby after his performance. (Bills’ Official...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Mark Sanchez a surprise participant in Broncos OTAs

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Mark Sanchez wasn't about to let a weight room mishap keep him from running the Denver Broncos' offense when the Super Bowl champs began OTAs. Sanchez donned a black wrap on his surgically repaired left thumb and got in plenty of work Tuesday, defying the odds and enjoying some cachet among his teammates. ''That's what you like to see in a competitor,''...
Via Associated Press
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Sanchez surprises all, starts OTAs with Broncos' 1st team

Mark Sanchez was supposed to miss the start of Denver Broncos OTAs after surgery to repair a torn ligament on his thumb. Apparently, Sanchez didn’t get that memo. He surprised everyone by showing up for the first day of OTAs and took “plenty of work” with the first team, per Jeff Legwold of ESPN, who noted “It is a little more evidence of how badly Sanchez wants to be the...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos add three more to the Ring of Fame

Last week the Denver Broncos elected three more players into their vaunted Ring of Fame. In 1984, Bronco owner Pat Bowlen create the Ring of Fame to honor some of the greatest former players, coaches, and administrators in franchise history. The Ring of Fame is displayed in the upper level of the interior of Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium. From the inaugural class of...
Via cover32
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos bringing in new talent?

A few days ago there were reports that the Denver Broncos were reaching out to a free agent Pro Bowler. The player in question is former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster. This comes as a surprise to many as the Broncos are stacked at that position. They currently have seven running backs on their roster. This news also poses a question as to why were the Broncos reaching...
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Devontae Booker to Broncos fans: I’m in Denver to take someone’s job

The Denver Broncos lost plenty of talent from their  Super Bowl championship team during free agency this offseason. But one of the position that the Broncos did keep in tact was at running back. After C.J. Anderson signed an offer sheet with the Miami Dolphins, the Broncos matched the offer. They also brought back Ronnie Hillman, but also drafted Utah’s Devontae Booker as well...
Via No Guts, No Glory
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Brock Osweiler: ‘No grudge’ between QB and Broncos

New Houston Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler is attempting to put to bed the idea that he is bitter toward the Denver Broncos. “There is no grudge,” Osweiler said, via MMQB. “I have tremendous respect for coach Gary Kubiak. I love that guy. In fact, I talked to him last weekend. He is a tremendous person, and he is a tremendous football coach.” After starting seven games...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

John Elway has great reaction to Raiders’ Twitter trolling

The Oakland Raiders engaged in some Twitter-based trolling of the Denver Broncos this week, and John Elway’s reaction when confronted with the social media chicanery is about as good as it gets. It all started on Tuesday when the NFL offered up the following tweet, providing the Raiders with the impetus to engage in some smack talk: The @Broncos D?It currently rules the AFC...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Tebow pens book on failure, while Marco Rubio proposes a statue

Tim Tebow has a book coming out this fall all about learning to deal with one’s success and failures. The book is called “Shaken: Discovering your True Identity in the Midst of Life’s Storms,” and was co-authored by A.J. Gregory. It will be available on Oct. 25, according to This is Tebow’s second book. His first, “Through My Eyes,” was a generally...
Via The Comeback
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Three most compelling games of the 2016 NFL season

The Denver Broncos will have a difficult path on their way towards repeating as the National Football League’s Super Bowl champions. With their top tier defense, new look on offense, and all of the hype following a championship season,  there are going to be a few can’t miss games on the Broncos’ 2016 schedule. Week 1 vs the Carolina Panthers Week one in the NFL will start...
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Peyton Manning gets oatmeal beer named after him

Former Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning went out on top, winning Super Bowl 50 and then retiring. He’s already reaping the benefits, as Manning recently got a beer named after him, inspired by his “Omaha” call. Factotum Brewhouse (Denver) and Tow Yard Brewing (Indianapolis) joined forces to make “Oatmaha,” which has a 6.7 percent ABV and contains both corn and...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Von Miller spends $25,000 to customize Super Bowl ring (pic)

If the standard Super Bowl championship ring isn’t flashy enough, Von Miller went out and spent $25,000 to jack up his NFL championship bling, resulting in a piece of jewelry that features an amazing 15 carats of diamonds. Von Miller — Custom Super Bowl MVP Ring … Drops $25k (VIDEO) — TMZ (@TMZ) May 18, 2016   TMZ has learned that the ring...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
8 days ago  |  Discuss

DeMarcus Ware shops 60-percent off sale at Sports Authority: ‘Yes, I’m cheap’

If anyone knows a good sale, it is linebacker DeMarcus Ware of the Denver Broncos. Ware proudly posted this mini video of him scoping out the merchandise marked 30-to 60-percent off at Sports Authority. No shame was to be found here when Ware captioned his video post with this. Nothing wrong with 60% off @SportsAuthority. Guess I'll shop for the fam. Yes, I'm cheap...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Sanchez suffered thumb injury in weight room

Denver Broncos quarterback Mark Sanchez is expected to miss the start of organized team activities after he suffered an injury while working out. Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver reports that Sanchez tore a ligament in his non-throwing hand last Thursday while exercising in the weight room. He was able to complete the workout but later went to see the training staff when the thumb...
Via Larry Brown Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

TJ Ward: Media doesn't give Broncos' defense credit

The Denver Broncos rode their strong defense to a Super Bowl title last season. That unit was highly praised and recognized as the best in football and among some of the best we’ve seen. TJ Ward, apparently still looking for motivation, believes the media is not giving their defense enough credit. “Seems like a lot of the media is doing that for us,” Ward said of where the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Elway: Lynch to be ready quicker than a lot of people think

Mark Sanchez is likely covering his ears, pretending not to hear this, but John Elway thinks Paxton Lynch is going to be ready to play for the Denver Broncos soon. Speaking with 760 AM in Denver Thursday, Elway said: “We think [Paxton Lynch] is going to be ready quicker than a lot of people think.” Now, to be clear, Elway isn’t saying the rookie will be the starter for the...
Via Sportsnaut
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Von Miller: ‘I’m going to be a Denver Bronco for life’

Von Miller and the Denver Broncos may be embroiled in a protracted negotiation over a long-term deal, but the Super Bowl MVP linebacker stated that his intentions are to remain with the organization for the long haul. Speaking for the first time since he was eliminated from “Dancing With The Stars,” Miller announced at a promotional appearance he hopes to stay with the Broncos...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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