Vance Joseph, Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch didn't shy away from questions about how reps will be split during this year's OTAs.
On the first day of OTAs in 2017, Trevor Siemian met the media in a shirt that at first glance had people wondering if it was the new slogan for this year.
From high-round draft pick to possibly being the odd man out on a re-tooled offensive line, the fall of Ty Sambrailo has been steep.
This isn't the first time we've seen Peyton Manning take the stage to belt out a tune about his beloved college home.
The No. 1 thing that stood out on Day 1 of OTAs was the speed. Or as Vance Joseph would say: The juice. The Broncos flew all over the field.
People like to toss around the phrase 'Super Bowl hangover' as figure of speech. For one of the Denver Broncos, it may have been a little more literal.
Jake Marsing and Ryan Greene of 5280 Sports Network share their observations on the first day of OTA practices at UCHealth Training Center.
He's an athletic specimen with unparalleled speed, strength and agility. And none of it apparently translates to the golf course.
Offseason training activities don't usually reveal a great deal, but there were some major revelations during Day 1 at UCHealth Training Center.
The NFL has relaxed its excessive celebration rules to allow "players more room to have fun after they make big plays."
It will be up to a trio of veteran Broncos at the inside linebacker position to return that unit to elite status in the league.
Broncos start OTAs today, Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network talk about why guys running around in shorts will be intriguing this week.
There is no such thing as fair in life, and Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian should know it more than most.