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What Will the Denver Broncos’ Offense Look Like in 2015?

DENVER, CO – JANUARY 11: Peyton Manning #18 of the Denver Broncos walks off the field after losing 24-13 to the Indianapolis Colts in a 2015 AFC Divisional Playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 11, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) The past three seasons with Peyton Manning under center has proved fruitful for the Denver Broncos’...
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Why the Denver Broncos will win the AFC West this year

The Denver Broncos have won the past four AFC West division titles, and 2015 should conclude with a fifth consecutive AFC West crown for Denver. When the Broncos parted ways with head coach John Fox earlier in the offseason, many doubted whether or not it was the right decision at the time. Although the Broncos won four straight AFC West division titles under his four year tenure...
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Gary Kubiak expecting new role in passing game for TE Virgil Green

Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak wants to expand tight end Virgil Green's role in the passing game after being a just a blocker during his first four NFL seasons. Green has 23 career catches, but he has the skill set to become a starting tight end in Kubiak's TE-friendly scheme. “I believe I can do what’s needed of me,” Green said, via ESPN.com. “They didn’t need...
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Denver Broncos: The future of the quarterbacks

Peyton Manning is the Denver Broncos starting quarterback. Duh, right? Well, it might not be as downright obvious as that. There have been questions about Brock Osweiler‘s extension, Trevor Siemian making the team, and even Manning trade talks. With what might be the last the Sheriff’s last season, lets take a look at the future of the quarterback position in Denver. Gary Kubiak‘s...
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5 Denver Broncos youngsters who must perform for team to realize Super Bowl goal

  Congratulations, Denver Broncos fans. Your team’s front office has done wonderful work to set up the orange and blue with one of the most talent-filled squads in the NFL. Denver has won the AFC West for four straight years, demonstrating their dominance on the division while guaranteeing a place in the playoffs each season. Peyton Manning has been central to the winning, as...
Via BSN Denver
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Gary Kubiak, Denver Broncos Adjust Amid Distractions

Head Coach Gary Kubiak of the Denver Broncos addresses the media during his introduction press conference at Dove Valley on January 20, 2015 in Englewood, Colorado. Kubiak was named the 15th head coach in Broncos history after spending last season as the Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator.(Jan. 19, 2015 – Source: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images North America Seven teams in the...
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TE Owen Daniels taking the lead in helping teammates to learn new system

Denver Broncos tight end Owen Daniels has played for Gary Kubiak in Houston and Baltimore and knows his offensive system as well as anyone, so it's a no-brainer he's been like an extra coach on the field. "Guys ask questions," Daniels said, via ESPN. "They've done an awesome job of learning it and they've picked it up really, really quickly and really, really well. Sometimes...
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Three reasons the Baltimore Ravens did above-average work in the offseason

I give the Baltimore Ravens a B+ grade for what they were able to accomplish this offseason and they have general manager Ozzie Newsome to thank for that. This offseason Ozzie proved once again why it’s ‘in Ozzie we trust.’ At the beginning of the offseason, the Ravens were a mess. Their secondary had just underwent a debacle; they had just loss Torrey Smith, Owen Daniels and...
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3 early bold predictions for Broncos offense in 2015

The Denver Broncos offense will probably have a much bigger look in 2015. Running scheme master Gary Kubiak is now the head coach, and with Wes Welker and Julius Thomas now out of town, Denver’s going to have to focus less on passing. Many believe the Broncos are on decline, citing Manning’s quad injury that saw him perform at about 50 percent last season. However, the pieces...
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Denver Broncos 2015 training camp schedule released

  The Denver Broncos just wrapped up OTAs last week, and following this current down period will quickly come training camp. New head coach Gary Kubiak made his presence and leadership known from the start of OTAs, doing things differently than they’d been done before. Kubiak made sure the young guys got the much-needed reps in practice while simultaneously saving the seasoned...
Via BSN Denver
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Analyst: Broncos' Phillips is one of the league's best DCs

New head coach Gary Kubiak couldn't have chosen a better man to run his defense in Denver.This, according to NFL Media's Bucky Brooks, who ranked Wade Phillips as the sixth-best defensive coordinator in the pro game.Said Brooks of Kubiak's new defensive guru: The veteran defensive architect might be underrated on this list, given his impeccable career résumé. Phillips has built...
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3 Broncos who need to step up in 2015

The Denver Broncos are all-in for another shot at the Super Bowl in 2015. With a new head coach in Gary Kubiak, the entire coaching staff was changed after a disappointing ending to 2014. Denver has undergone many changes in order to remain a contender, and as such, time is running out for this team to win the Super Bowl as some of their key veterans (hello Peyton Manning,) get older...
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Should Broncos kicker Brandon McManus transition to punter?

Denver ended its 2014 season with three kicking specialists on the roster.Gary Kubiak has made it known he won't carry that number this season. So, any specialist who can kick and punt -- like Brandon McManus can -- would be extra valuable in the eyes of his first-year head coach.McManus arrived in Denver last season in a trade from the New York Giants. But in a past life, the kicker...
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C.J. Anderson Takes Over Top Running Back Spot for Denver Broncos

DENVER, CO – JANUARY 11: C.J. Anderson #22 of the Denver Broncos breaks away from a tackle attempt by LaRon Landry #30 of the Indianapolis Colts during a 2015 AFC Divisional Playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 11, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak announced that C.J. Anderson will be the...
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Gary Kubiak names RB C.J. Anderson the No. 1 back entering Broncos training camp

The speculation Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson would become the undisputed No. 1 back was confirmed by coach Gary Kubiak. He solidified his role as the team's top option out of the backfield with a strong offseason. Anderson rushed for 648 yards in the final six games of the 2014 regular season, took the majority of reps with the first string offense in OTAs and...
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Who should be the Denver Broncos starting running back in 2015?

The Denver Broncos season was saved in many ways last year due to the emergence of their running game. With Gary Kubiak now as the Broncos head coach, Peyton Manning will probably see less pass attempts in exchange for a much more dangerous and balanced offense. The problem? The Broncos don’t quite have an elite running back who has proven himself long enough in this league to...
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C.J. Anderson isn't worried about the Broncos' offensive line

A mix-and-match offensive line can leave even the best ballcarriers bruised.C.J. Anderson isn't afraid, though. Even with blockers still moving and adjusting, Denver's No. 1 runner thinks he'll see plenty of holes to run through come September."I see those guys work every day, they work hard," he told Mile High Report. "They know what we're trying to do."It's no secret head coach...
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Gary Kubiak wants C.J. Anderson as the workhorse back, not RB by committee

According to Troy Renck of the Denver Post, Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson is the front-runner for the starting position and coach Gary Kubiak said if he can stay healthy the job is his, with Montee Ball, Ronnie Hillman and Juwan Thompson competing for the No. 2. spot. “If C.J Anderson stays healthy, his commitment is at a new level,” Renck said. “I don’t...
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Weekend web roundup: Denver Broncos

What we learned from the Denver Broncos OTAs, minicamp For the most part, though, football is done in Denver until training camp. And while the Broncos got some good things done during organized team activities and ... Chris Clark bounces back as Broncos No. 1 right tackle At this point, Chris Clark is like the Broncos' bad penny. He keeps popping up everywhere -- and always...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Column: Denver Broncos lacking leadership from players

  From the top-down in the Denver Broncos organization, the goal is clear; to win the Super Bowl. Now, before the sun sets on Peyton Manning’s Hall of Fame career and Denver has to search for their next all-important quarterback. Pat Bowlen established the goal during his tenure of acting owner and John Elway has continued the relentless pursuit toward another championship and...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Five things we learned from Denver Broncos minicamp including a surprise competition

Denver Broncos minicamp came to a conclusion Thursday. It was the first minicamp in Denver under new head coach Gary Kubiak and there were some changes that were noticed immediately. Kubiak runs a completely different camp than what had been seen previously under John Fox. Will the new changes mean more success for the 2015 Denver Broncos? Time will tell. But this is definitely a...
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Zac Dysert quarterbacks the second-team Broncos offense

Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made a not-so-subtle change at practice this week.When Peyton Manning subbed out with two sessions to go, his usual replacement stayed on the sideline. And Denver's No. 3 quarterback, Zac Dysert, took snaps instead."I don't know if it means anything or they're just giving me a shot,'' Dysert told 9News Denver. "(I'll) hopefully try to take advantage."Brock...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Barth, Colquitt will likely split kicking duties for the Broncos

The Broncos currently carry four kickers on their roster.That's two too many if you ask head coach Gary Kubiak. Connor Barth and Britton Colquitt are still entrenched as the team's favorites, according to 9News Denver."I think our approach is that we want to go with two," said Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak. "I think you'd love to have that roster spot somewhere else."They can save...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos experimenting with balance of offenses in OTAs

  With the hiring of Gary Kubiak as head coach, the man who was offensive coordinator during the Denver Broncos’ back-to-back Super Bowl victories in the late 90s, the team’s offense was said to be changing drastically. The last few years in the Mile High City have seen arguably the greatest quarterback off all-time – Peyton Manning – slinging the pigskin around relentlessly...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak: Denver Broncos o-line to be competitive throughout camp

  Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak is an intelligent man. He’s already proven some of those smarts during his team’s first OTAs, resting veterans and giving the young guys more time to learn while developing chemistry. Of course, due to an injury to starting left tackle Ryan Clady as well as trading away center/guard Manny Ramirez during the NFL Draft, Kubiak’s had to...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss
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