Denver Broncos superstar pass-rusher Von Miller signed a six-year, $114.5 million contract to secure his future with the franchise this offseason, and he spoke Wednesday about how thrilled he is about his situation. Miller commentedShow More Summary
The Denver Broncos' high-powered defensive line will reportedly be without a key piece to start training camp, as star linebacker DeMarcus Ware is battling an injury to his back. It is uncertain when he will return to action. Continue...Show More Summary
Back in February, Denver Broncos safety Shiloh Keo was pulled over for a busted taillight & arrested in Idaho on a driving under the influence charge. “Not only does he call BS on the taillight situation — but says, “Hey Obama, I can’t wait to meet you bro.” “Tell you about this bull. This is why we […]
It's been the Broncos' division to lose since signing Peyton Manning in 2012. He's retired now, and Denver is starting over. The quest for the AFC West starts this month. The Denver Broncos are coming off of a Super Bowl 50 victory,Show More Summary
Denver Broncos safety Shiloh Keo was PISSED at the cops during his DUI arrest back in February -- calling the situation "bull" and threatening to tell President Obama all about it during his Super Bowl visit at the White House. As ...
Rookie Paxton Lynch insists he shouldn't be counted out from the Denver Broncos' quarterback competition.
Promising pass rusher Kenny Anunike will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list for the Denver Broncos. The third-year defensive end has been hampered by injuries early in his career. He missed all but three games last season due to a knee injury that required surgery in August and eventually landed him…
Most people probably don’t remember Tom Jackson as a linebacker playing for the Denver Broncos back in his day, but they sure do recognize him as being a studio analyst on ESPN for nearly 28 years, most notably on ‘Sunday NFL Countdown’. On Monday, a report surfaced stating Jackson most likely will not return to ESPN’s […]
With training camps finally opening their doors, we're at the dawn of the football season. As of this very second, the quarterback situation for the Denver Broncos, who are coming off a Super Bowl victory, is still unsettled. Right now,...Show More Summary
While Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch looked like the top contenders to win the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback job, Trevor Siemian will be in the mix this summer to lead the offense in 2016. Continue for updates. Williams Comments...Show More Summary
It pays to be good at rushing the passer in today's NFL. Von Miller of the Denver Broncos is arguably the best player in the NFL at doing so standing up. The NFL's pre-eminent outside linebacker. And as ESPN reported last week, Miller...Show More Summary
While Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch had looked like the top contenders to win the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback job, Trevor Siemian will be in the mix this summer to lead the offense in 2016. Speaking on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Siemian "has a legitimate chance to win the job." More to follow. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Denver Broncos are scheduled to open training camp July 26, with star cornerback Aqib Talib looking more likely to participate in drills right away. Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post noted that Talib was "o ff crutches and walking normally it appears" during an appearance at T.J. Show More Summary
Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders has a message for John Elway -- SHOW ME THE MONEY, TOO!!!! This video is awesome... Sanders was leaving Bootsy Bellows nightclub in L.A. (sportin' some very expensive jewelry) when we asked what he thought…
Fact: Von Miller signed a 6-year, $114.5M contract with the Denver Broncos on Friday, $70M of which is guaranteed. That is the most guaranteed money for a defensive player in NFL history. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fansShow More Summary
The long negotiating match between the Denver Broncos and their defensive star Von Miller has come to an end, as Miller will accept a record offer of six years and $114.5 million which will see $70 million guaranteed. Even for one of the best players in the league, this is a staggering amount. Show More Summary
All summer we heard about the distance between Von Miller and the Denver Broncos over long-term contract negotiations, and it became a very public battle. It ended well in a whopper contract extension for Miller, and as Yahoo’s Charles Robinson noted — it had to go that far for Miller to get what he felt he deserved. Show More Summary
Justin Tucker (AP) Friday at 4 p.m. EST is the deadline for teams and players designated as franchise players for 2016 to agree to long-term deals. While sentiment is growing that the Denver Broncos and reigning Super Bowl MVP Von Miller will finalize a deal in time (after a few months of acrimony), another player has grown increasingly frustrated. Show More Summary
On Friday, The Denver Broncos locked up their Super Bowl MVP winning linebacker Von Miller with a massive six-year, $114.5-million contract extension, and Miller showed his gratitude by posting a video on Twitter. In it, Miller is edited over actor Cuba Gooding Jr. in a famous scene from the movie “Jerry Maquire.” “It’s been a great 5 years, here’s to 6 more […]
Denver Broncos outside linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller became the NFL's highest-paid defensive player on Friday after agreeing to a six-year, $114.5 million deal.