It is officially panic time in Denver. That’s what happens when you turn in another offensive dud, as the Broncos did in Sunday’s 21-0 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. In fact, things were so bad that the offense failed to reach midfield during the entire first half. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Chargers played a dominant defensive game in the first home victory of their relocation season, 21-0 over the Denver Broncos
In a locker room still processing the franchise's first shutout since Nov. 22, 1992, the Denver Broncos knew there was plenty of blame to go around after a 21-0 loss at the Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers' defense played a key role in sending Denver Broncos' fans home unhappy, and early, Sunday at StubHub Center.
After losing four straight to open their Los Angeles tenure, the Chargers have reeled off three straight victories — their longest winning streak since 2014.
Per usual, the Los Angeles Chargers continued their consecutive away games this season as opposing Denver Broncos fans came in and seemingly bought every ticket in StubHub Center to make it a home game for their team. This was one of the bigger crowds they’ve had this year, and just like the others, it wasn’t […]
Another Chargers road game … at home.
The Chargers collected their first home victory of this relocation season.
Denver beat the Chargers to open the season, but the Broncos are coming off an ugly loss to the previously winless Giants. Who will take the rematch at StubHub Center?
Like the Denver Broncos in Peyton Manning’s farewell Super Bowl triumph, the Dodgers have reached the World Series with Kershaw – not because of him. The team has gone farther by asking less of its ace.
The Denver Broncos' injury epidemic has gotten worse with word that linebacker Corey Nelson suffered a season-ending elbow injury and right tackle Donald Stephenson tore a calf muscle
The Los Angeles Chargers resume their AFC West rivalry with Denver in the teams' second meeting of this season
The Denver Broncos posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 6. Click here to view the gallery. [...]
A third straight win would be the Chargers' longest winning streak in three years. To get it, they'll need to knock off a team reeling from a blowout loss to the previously winless Giants.
Former Washington State slot receiver River Cracraft says he's signed with the Denver Broncos
After Sunday night’s win against the Denver Broncos, Jason Pierre-Paul was doing a postgame interview with NBC when he started talking about playing for a young boy named Hayden. When he was done it looked like he had tears in his eyes. Show More Summary
NBC play-by-play sportscaster Al Michaels made a Harvey Weinstein joke on Sunday during the New York Giants- Denver Broncos game. The comment came in the third quarter as the Giants led the Broncos 17-3, just two weeks after the NewShow More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - As the Denver Broncos prepared to battle the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football, China's top NFL announcers were going through their own pre-game rituals. Read more | Comments
NBC play-by-play man Al Michaels made a joke during Sunday Night Football that was in poor taste. The New York Giants entered Sunday night’s game against the Denver Broncos as the NFL’s most disappointing team at 0-5, and are dealing...Show More Summary
The Broncos are going to be busy today. Not dissecting the film from last night’s loss to the Giants, but running players back and forth from their MRIs. According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, there are a number of tests coming today for key offensive players. X-rays last night on wide receiver Demaryius Thomas came back [more]