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Will Shurmur leave the Broncos for his alma-mater?
The Broncos need linemen and receivers, and PFF has the Broncos taking two of the best in this year's draft.
Could the Denver Broncos be on the move in the NFL Draft? Trading up with the Bengals at No. 1? Ronnie Kohrt host of the Broncos Blitz podcast goes over Denver's chances at moving up.
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Connor McGovern has been with the Broncos his entire career and enjoyed his best professional year in 2019. But, will it be enough to re-sign him?
Will Parks may be as good as gone for Denver thanks to another safety getting a hefty deal today. Denver will already be paying nearly $30 million to their two starting safeties in 2020.
The Broncos have a ton of decisions to make in the upcoming free agency period when it comes to their own players. But, we focus on the top 3 Denver should let go.
Drew Lock's small sample size still resulted in some surprising numbers. The Broncos were much improved in two key areas with the rookie at the helm.
Pat Shurmur already had a high opinion of Drew Lock before joining the Broncos. He's excited to work with the young QB as well as Denver's other playmakers on offense.
Justin Simmons became PFF's highest-ranked Bronco for his 2019 season.
Is offense the only thing that matters? Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt goes over the mandatory improvement needed on offense for Denver to even think postseason next year.
The Denver Broncos made it official on Thursday, adding the 24-year NFL coaching veteran to the staff for 2020.
Alexander Johnson was a surprise starter mid-way through the Broncos season, and he held onto that position due to his phenomenal play. Pro Football Focus took notice and awarded him with a place on their top 101 players list.
Courtland Sutton has sky-rocketed up the list of players in the NFL, proudly landing on the Top 101 made by Pro Football Focus. Where he came in was...nice.