The Broncos looked like they were going to get a chance at a comeback. Down seven points to the Bills midway through the fourth, Von Miller got pressure on Tyrod Taylor and forced an incomplete pass on third down. Buffalo would have to punt. Except:
A really scary moment happened in the second quarter of the Broncos-Cowboys game, when Denver’s Bennie Fowler landed hard on the ground while trying to catch a touchdown. As Fowler tried to get back up, he stumbled multiple times before finally being helped off.
The NFL is back this weekend, bringing with it the highest concentration of takes from media members and star players since February. Inevitably, a bunch of them are about whether or not Colin Kaepernick deserves to be on an NFL roster.
Who can say exactly when it became fun to track the movements of Brock Osweiler, the former trumped-up backup to Peyton Manning who signed a lucrative four-year deal with the Texans and has been spiraling his way back to Denver in the, umm, year since.
Mike Klis of 9News tweeted a little while ago that the Broncos are expected to kick the tires on bad NFL quarterback and former salary dump Brock Osweiler. What he tweeted next—and immediately deleted—sure as hell looked like instructions to stiff-arm his competition:
Tyrod Taylor and T.J. Yates, the Buffalo Bills’ starting and backup quarterbacks, are both concussed. This sounds like a job for...hold on, let me flip this card over—Keith Wenning.
Some people are fans of the Denver Broncos. But many, many more people are NOT fans of the Denver Broncos. This 2017 Deadspin NFL team preview is for those in the latter group. Read all the previews so far here.
After sustaining six concussions over eight years in the NFL, David Bruton announced his retirement to the Denver Post today.
In an interview with TMZ Sports, Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, who played with Colin Kaepernick in college, raised the same question that many football fans have been asking this year: If guys like Geno Smith can get NFL jobs, why can’t Kaepernick?
Broncos safety Will Parks faces misdemeanor charges of harassment and domestic violence for an incident with his ex-girlfriend, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by 9 NEWS, Denver’s NBC affiliate.
Jerry is really personable. I mean, you’ve got to like Jerry Jones. If you’re around him, you’ve got to like him, unless you hate the Dallas Cowboys, which some people do. But as a person, he’s likeable. He’s fun to be around. His whole family is working with the team. They are a great family. I’m partial to family,…
Running back Montee Ball’s last brush with the NFL was a practice-squad spot on the Patriots during the 2015 season, and the team cut him in February of 2016 after he was arrested and charged with battery in Wisconsin. The 26-year-old spoke with Alex Marvez of the Sporting News and said alcohol is what ended his…
Broncos defensive end DeMarcus Ware is retiring from the NFL after 12 seasons, nine Pro Bowl appearances, and 138.5 sacks. He announced the move this afternoon, citing concerns over his long-term health. Ware played nine seasons for the Cowboys and finished up his career with three more seasons in Denver. He only…
Tony Romo, despite missing all but four games to injury over the last two seasons, is probably the most in-demand quarterback on the market. The Broncos are probably the best overall team with a massive hole at quarterback, and the motivation to quickly plug in an effective veteran. So, Romo-to-Denver would appear to…
Offensive tackle Russell Okung, who signed with the Broncos last offseason, is now a free agent. This is unsurprising, because despite the fact that Okung had a five-year “contract” with the Broncos that was “worth” $53 million, the Broncos faced no financial penalties for cutting him.
Brock Olivo, a former running back who played four seasons for the Detroit Lions, is the new Denver Broncos’ special teams coach. He was formally introduced Wednesday, and he somehow achieves a vibe that is simultaneously chill and intense.
Now that Peyton Manning, the ad pitchman and NFL quarterback, has retired from one of his two day jobs, it’s natural to wonder what comes next. He’s still making a string of commercials, but he hasn’t made much visible progress toward finding new football-based employment. Jay Glazer reported earlier this month that…
The Denver Broncos named Vance Joseph as their new head coach last week, returning him to the state where he started out his coaching career with the University of Colorado Boulder—and abruptly left under unexplained circumstances.