C.J. Anderson almost became a Dolphin two years ago. The Broncos, though, matched Miami’s offer sheet. Now, two years later, the Broncos could make the running back a salary-cap casualty as he has a $4.5 million salary cap number for 2018.
The Broncos are one of the favorites to land Cousins in free agency
Jokic finished with 30 points, 15 rebounds and 17 assists in Denver’s 134-123 victory
Most of the focus around the Broncos heading into the offseason has been on what they will do at quarterback, although there has also been some time spent thinking about whether they’ll make a change at wide receiver. Demaryius Thomas has a cap charge
Von Miller seems pretty determined to get Kirk Cousins to sign with the Broncos
Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will lead the field to the green flag in Sunday’s running of the Daytona 500. “Serving as the Honorary Pace Car Driver will be a truly unique and exciting experience,” Manning said in a statement. “I want to thank NASCAR, Daytona International Speedway and Nationwide for […]
Galin Dragiev has his finger on the pulse of Nuggets basketball and just locked in a play for Tuesday
After Miller made his pitch to Cousins during Super Bowl week, he’s kept it up through a not-creepy bit of social media stalking. Denver linebacker Von Miller is using social media to recruit quarterback Kirk Cousins to the Broncos.
If the Broncos decide to go after Kirk Cousins in free agency, they will need to pay him more than they have ever paid anybody else.
The Broncos don’t have a great quarterback, but they have a couple of expensive receivers. Injuries limited Sanders to 12 games in 2017, when he had only 555 receiving yards. The prior year, when the Broncos were transitioning from Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler, both had over 1,000 receiving yards.
The 2010 NFL Draft changed Tim Tebow's life forever, and not just because it was the start of his NFL career. "It made sense when I just got drafted by the Broncos," the former quarterback told AOL.com of his dog's moniker.
Josh McDaniels was hired to his first head-coaching job at age 32. The Denver Broncos tried to make him Sean McVay before anyone knew who McVay was. The Broncos screwed up badly by giving him full control of the front office right away.