Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Broncos rookie Brendan Langley ready to face all challengers in a foot race

Brendan Langley isn't fazed by the speed of the NFL. If anything, he's anxious to prove that he's got the wheels to make it in the league.

Devontae Booker expects a very different role in Mike McCoy’s offense

“My role will be very different just because of my ability to catch the ball out [of] the backfield," Booker told Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports.

Rick Reilly on Tiger Woods: He thought he was bulletproof

Few writers covered Tiger Woods as closely during his heyday as did the former Denver Post, Los Angeles Times and Sports Illustrated reporter and columnist.

CU commit Blake Stenstrom shines at Elite 11 quarterback competition

Stenstrom was announced as one of the the 25 finalists for Elite 11, a quarterback competition that hosts the premier rising seniors in the nation.

A Coach’s Advice: The key to a successful first season for Vance Joseph

Former NFL Coach of the Year Jim Fassell has some advice for Vance Joseph to make life easier in his first year in charge of the Broncos.

Glendale Raptors power on in David Williams’ first season as head coach

Enthusiasm for Glendale Raptors rugby is at an all-time high after a successful spring season under new head coach David Williams.

Adam Gotsis welcomes competition from Broncos’ additions

The transition into his sophomore season has been full of changes for Broncos defensive lineman Adam Gotsis as he continues to improve physically.

Year two with the Broncos is completely different so far for Adam Gotsis

The experience players have from their rookie year to their second season can be exponentially different. It has been already for defensive end Adam Gotsis.

Gary Barnidge to the Broncos may depend on Jeff Heuerman’s health

Heuerman was Denver's 2015 third-round draft pick. He has been active for only 12 games and has caught just nine passes in his NFL career.

Broncos Super Bowl hangover may not have been just a figure of speech

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.