Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez said his Chiefs should have beaten the rival Broncos two weeks earlier, but his favorite Super Bowl moment was watching John Elway will himself to his first Super Bowl title after such a long wait.
The NFL and the Broncos are honoring the next generation of football players and fans by giving away tickets to the Super Bowl. Denver picked Atlas Kroll to receive tickets and running back Phillip Lindsay delivered the good news during a tour of the team’s facility.
The Denver Broncos have found their starting quarterback for the foreseeable future in Drew Lock. There should be no controversy this offseason. But the team has a few different directions it can go in terms of the team’s backup quarterback spot.
Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports Should Denver choose to be big spenders in free agency, Joe Thuney is the best guard available. The former New England Patriots’ 3rd round draft pick, OG Joe Thuney is set to hit the open market next month.
After finding what appears to be the quarterback of the future, the Denver Broncos need to be a team that goes on the offensive, literally. Drew Lock surprised many this season and as a result of his play, the Broncos must push forward with him.
Peyton Manning may be retired but he can still have a big impact in the Broncos’ locker room. The two-time Super Bowl champion has been helping groom young quarterback Drew Lock, who went 4-1 as a starter in 2019.
Von Miller has never hidden his excitement for Drew Lock‘s future. The Broncos linebacker is one of the young quarterback’s biggest fans. Maybe it’s because Miller has seen Brock Osweiler, Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch, Case Keenum, Joe Flacco and Brandon Allen go 24-36 since Peyton Manning retired.
There’s good news on the Broncos’ injury front. Bradley Chubb, who suffered a season-ending ACL injury last September, has made “really good” progress in his recovery,” general manager John Elway told The Denver Post‘s Ryan O’Halloran at the Senior Bowl this week.
Von Miller has unveiled his prediction for the Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl. It’s a brutally honest one. If you thought the Denver Broncos star would consider picking his AFC West rival, you thought wrong.