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Paxton Lynch may be making his move

As Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch brace for a training camp/preseason battle for the starting job in Denver, Lynch apparently received a boost as the team commenced its final break of the offseason. Via Mike Klis of, “something happened” with Lynch in the final two weeks of the offseason program. “His switch…

Broncos still haven’t re-sold stadium naming rights

The Denver Broncos continue to play in a stadium that may as well be known as Vandelay Industries Park. And there’s no indication that this odd dynamic will be ending any time soon. As noted by in Denver, the high-priced latex salesmen from WME-IMG have yet to find a suitable buyer for the rights…

John Elway: Warren Sapp's Donating His Brain? 'I'll Donate Mine, Too'

Denver Broncos legend John Elway was back in L.A. Wednesday night -- and kinda sorta pledged to donate his brain to science... if he was actually being serious. Elway was leaving Craig's in West Hollywood when we told him about fellow NFL Hall of…

Denver Broncos: Can A.J. Derby take the next step forward?

To say the Denver Broncos received very little production out of their tight ends last season would be an understatement. In fact, no tight end on the roster caught more than – passes or eclipsed – yards receiving last season. The Broncos drafted play-making tight end Jake Butt in the fifth round in April’s draft […] The post Denver Broncos: Can A.J. Show More Summary

Von Miller Gets Tattoo On Private Jet

Von Miller joined a different kind of Mile High Club Monday night -- getting a tattoo while flying on a private jet!!  The Denver Broncos star was flying back from a vacation in the Dominican Republic with a fully equipped tattoo artist on his…

Is Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill ready for Adam Gase’s no-huddle offense?

The Miami Dolphins offense made tremendous strides under first-year head coach Adam Gase in 2016. Gase, who built a sturdy reputation as a quarterback guru with the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears, was brought in to complete a very important task: Turn Ryan Tannehill into the franchise signal-caller Miami took No. Show More Summary

Wide Receiver Eric Decker Signs One-Year Deal With Tennessee Titans

According to several sources around the league, former New York Jets and Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker has signed a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans. The move comes just five days after Decker was released by the Jets. Show More Summary

Denver Broncos: An initial look at the Broncos crowded backfield

Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph has decided to really shake things up on the offensive side of the ball as we slowly make our way to Week 1 of the 2017 season. In addition to an open quarterback competition that’s bound to grab...Show More Summary

Terrell Davis' visit with Broncos brings back memories

Terrell Davis has visited the Denver Broncos headquarters for the first time since being elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame        

Broncos sign DB Chris Lewis-Harris, waive Taurean Nixon

Denver Broncos sign cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris, who played for coach Vance Joseph in Cincinnati        

How is Brandon Marshall helping the Cleveland Browns?

Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall has spent eleven seasons in the National Football League. The current New York Giants receiver has spent time with the Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. He has had a few good moments in his career at the expense of the Cleveland Browns. Show More Summary

Aqib Talib, Cavs fan, mocks Kevin Durant and champion Warriors

Aqib Talib, a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, had plenty to say about Kevin Durant and the NBA champion Golden State Warriors. (AP) As a man who accidentally shot himself in an adult show club, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib will forever leave himself open to some pretty solid comebacks. Show More Summary

Broncos won't pursue Eric Decker reunion, Vance Joseph says

Eric Decker spent the first four years of his career in Denver but won't be heading back there.        

Broncos’ Aqib Talib Calls Out Kevin Durant For Teaming Up & Winning A Weak Championship (TWEETS)

Immediately following the Cavs loss to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals – Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib, who was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, came out firing shots at Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors on social media.   Congrats @cavs! Boys gotta join forces to see us! […]

Despite scary injury in January, Zaire Anderson still enthusiastic about continuing career

Linebacker Zaire Anderson found himself unable to move temporarily after he was knocked unconscious during the Denver Broncos’ season finale against the Oakland Raiders on New Year’s Day. He regained feeling throughout his body soon after and managed to avoid any significant bodily injury. But despite the scare, Anderson isn’t re-assessing his desire to continue…

All about that merchandise, boss: Marshawn Lynch leads NFL jersey sales

When you walk around Denver, every once in a while you’ll still see a No. 19 Jerry Rice jersey from his 2005 training camp with the Denver Broncos. Rice retired after the preseason, making those jerseys a regrettable purchase by September. Show More Summary

2 men jailed for stealing former Bronco's Super Bowl ring

Two men are headed to jail for breaking into the home of former Denver Broncos pass rusher DeMarcus Ware and stealing his Super Bowl 50 championship ring        

Super Bowl-pedigreed Kayvon Webster must show he can handle starting role with the Rams

Most of Kayvon Webster’s NFL snaps came on special teams, not in the secondary. The cornerback sat behind multiple Pro Bowl players while contributing to Denver Broncos teams that played in two Super Bowls. Now, for the first time, Webster is on track to start on defense. The Rams, with a hearty...

Broncos beefing up to stop the run

The Broncos had by far the best defense in the NFL in 2015, and the result was the Super Bowl. Denver’s pass defense remained great in 2016, but the run defense struggled, and the Broncos missed the playoffs. This year, a top offseason priority is getting the run defense back in shape. And unlike most…

Paxton Lynch has “great day” in bid to win Broncos’ job

The quarterback battle in Denver is heating up. Although Trevor Siemian worked with the first team Monday, Paxton Lynch stood out, according to Cameron Wolfe of The Denver Post. “He had a great day,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said in quotes distributed by the team. Wolfe reported that one of the highlights was Lynch throwing…

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