Friday, February 24, 2017

DENVER BRONCOS

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Denver Broncos will not pick up tackle Russell Okung’s option

The option would have locked Okung in for four years and $48 million ($20.5 million guaranteed). The Broncos will open up $10.9 million in cap space.

A pair of veteran signings could solidify the Broncos in the trenches

Denver could take a huge step towards returning to the Super Bowl, while cementing two of their biggest areas of need, if they land Whitworth and Campbell.

Indiscretions by sports stars are nothing new, reporting on them is

Mickey Mantle played in an era where the press protected his indiscretions. Emmanuel Sanders plays at a time when it seems some media is out to get players.

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History with Elway will likely prevent a Cutler reunion in Denver

For those envisioning a reunion between divisive quarterback Jay Cutler and the Denver Broncos, don’t hold your breath. Les Shapiro explains why.

Odds in favor of Tony Romo landing in the Mile High City

Betonline currently has Tony Romo headed to Mile High City at +250 odds. While Bovada, an online gambling cousin, offers slightly worse odds at +300.

Forget their history, Jay Cutler could be a good fit for the Broncos

The Broncos have a small window in which they can truly contend for another Super Bowl. Nobody knows more about throwing into small windows than Jay Cutler.

Grading the Broncos QBs’ performances in the 2016 season

Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch took every snap at quarterback for the Denver Broncos in 2016. So how was their performance?

Sanders situation highlights sneaky trouble for Broncos at wide receiver

While quarterback is, of course, the No. 1 priority this offseason, there’s a situation brewing right now at another key position that is worth monitoring.

With Julius Thomas off the market, Denver must continue search for tight end

With Thomas reunited with former Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase, the Broncos' search for an effective tight end continues.

Harvard to recognize Brandon Marshall with AOCC Courage Award

It started with a kneel, but ended up being something more profound. Last season, Brandon Marshall took a stand. Now, he is being recognized for his efforts.

Broncos borrowed Seahawks’ blueprint to build elite defense

For Denver Broncos general manager John Elway, his team's Super Bowl XLVIII loss to the Seattle Seahawks wasn't just a blowout, it was a learning experience.

Grading the Denver Broncos’ 2016 NFL Draft class

The Broncos made eight selections in last year’s draft, and while they are still developing, we can take a look at how their initial season went.

Nick Ferguson believes the Broncos’ best QB options are in-house

With these options who should be the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos next season? Tony Romo? Kirk Cousins? Or Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch?