Every NFL team has those players who are guaranteed to make the roster. They're the easiest ones to project onto a 53-man roster, and even a team that went 5-12 the year before, like the Denver Broncos, has them.
Former Broncos LB Bradley Chubb commented on QB Russell Wilson and doesn’t think it is fair when it comes to the amount of criticism he has garnered from the media since coming to Denver. “He gets so much flak.
The Denver Broncos kick off training camp in less than three weeks. From there, we'll begin to get a bead on how Sean Payton's squad measures up in comparison with the mostly dismissive national takes on the Broncos. Speaking of dismissive, Pro Football Focus recently ranked the Broncos' roster No.
The AFC West will be as competitive as ever in 2023. All four teams made moves to help them on their quest for divisional supremacy this offseason, whether in free agency, the NFL draft, or a shake-up in coaching. Luckily for the Denver Broncos, their division rivals have some deficiencies they can exploit to best them on gameday.
Broncos Wire’s 90-man offseason roster series continues today with a look at third-year inside linebacker Jonas Griffith, No. 50. Before the Broncos: Griffith (6-4, 250 pounds), played linebacker at Indiana State from 2016-2019.
Broncos Wire’s 90-man offseason roster series continues today with a look at rookie outside linebacker Marcus Haynes, No. 52. Before the Broncos: Haynes, (6-4, 251 pounds) made a name for himself at Old Dominion University, where he was a four-year player.
Broncos Wire’s 90-man offseason roster series continues today with a look at fifth-year center Kyle Fuller, No. 55. Before the Broncos: Fuller, (6-5, 320 pounds) began his professional career when he was drafted in the seventh round (243rd overall) of the 2017 NFL draft out of Baylor by the Houston Texans.
Pat Shurmur will be coaching football in Colorado again this fall, but not with the Denver Broncos. The former Broncos offensive coordinator is joining Deion Sanders’ staff at the University of Colorado.
Bronco RB Javonte Williams is working his way back to full strength after tearing his ACL just four games into last season. With plenty of rehab behind him, though, it sounds like Denver will have one of their best backs back in the fold by the time the next season kicks off.
The Denver Broncos will open training camp on July 28. The team's draft class and crop of undrafted rookies will begin to compete in hopes of earning a role and a coveted spot on either the 53-man roster or the 16-man practice squad. The Broncos drafted just five players this year.
Broncos Wire’s 90-man offseason roster series continues today with a look at third-year outside linebacker Baron Browning, No. 56. Before the Broncos: Browning (6-3, 240 pounds) played college football at Ohio State, earning third-team all-Big Ten Conference recognition as a senior in 2020.
Bradley Chubb played only half a season with Russell Wilson. But he thinks most NFL fans got the Broncos quarterback so very wrong. Wilson forced the Seahawks into trading him to Denver in March, 2022.
Wilson ended up having the worst statistical season of his career, and the Broncos were a mess, especially offensively. There is a lot of pressure on the Broncos quarterback heading into the 2023 season.