The Broncos have already started “training camp” but it hasn’t looked like camp has in years passed. Because there were no on-field OTAs or minicamps in the spring, Denver is currently in catch-up mode.
The Denver Broncos have taken plenty of precautions in an effort to keep players safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. During a Zoom conference call with reporters on July 31, quarterback Drew Lock praised the team’s safety protocols.
After missing most of last season with an ACL injury, Denver Broncos outside linebacker Bradley Chubb is making good progress in his recovery. “He’s not 100 percent [yet], but he’s pretty damn close and I think he’s had a hell of a rehab,” Broncos coach Vic Fangio said on July 28.
Former Denver Broncos defensive lineman Justin Bannan has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity for attempted murder and other charges. Bannan, 41, shot a co-worker, Ashley Marie, in the right shoulder last October.
The legal dispute surrounding the trust serving as stewards of the Denver Broncos will drag out in 2021. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, the trial surrounding the trust had been scheduled to begin on Sept.
The NFL’s deadline for opting out of the 2020 season has passed and the Denver Broncos have two names on the 66-player list. Defensive lineman Kyle Peko and right tackle Ja’Wuan James have decided not to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images George Chahrouri joined BCT to discuss this question. It’s not secret that Courtland Sutton has proven himself to be a big time wide receiver for the Denver Broncos.
With training camp underway, here’s a quick recap of the first week for the Denver Broncos. Early cuts: Denver cut 9 players before camp even started and then parted ways with TE Jeff Heuerman just three days after veterans reported for testing.
The perfect hat for every toddler in Broncos Country! As recently as this morning, NFL Shop was selling a cap called “Men’s Denver Broncos New Era Royal Historic Logo Bulletin 9FIFTY Snapback Hat.” The hat featured a typo of “Boncos” on the back, making it an online sensation.