Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Matt Paradis. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.

Three free agents Denver needs to re-sign for 2019 and beyond

The Broncos have a ton of in-house decisions to make this offseason and we give three key free agents they need to resign.

Bold predictions heading into the offseason

Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast goes over his bold predictions for the Broncos offseason.

Vic Fangio adds to the trophy case as Assistant Coach of the Year

Fangio proved in 2018 he was the best assistant coach in the NFL. Now, he brings that coaching prowess to the Broncos.
Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen celebrates the 26-16 victory against the New England Patriots following the 2013 AFC Championship football game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Pat Bowlen is finally voted into NFL Hall of Fame

Long-time owner of the Denver Broncos, Pat Bowlen was announced as part of the NFL Hall of Fame Class of 2019.

Champ Bailey named first-ballot Hall of Famer

From 2004-13, Bailey started 132 games in a Broncos uniform, racking up 596 total tackles and 34 interceptions.
John Elway. Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski, USA TODAY Sports.

Broncos carry over $8 million in salary cap space for 2019

After not spending the limit in 2018, Denver now has an extra $8 million to use in salary cap room in 2019.

John Elway, Broncos got exactly what they paid for in Case Keenum

Looking at the contract Case Keenum signed a season ago, and how his play measured up with 2019 Pro Football Focus QB Annual.
John Lynch. Credit: Kelley L. Cox, USA TODAY Sports.

John Lynch says Rich Scangarello ‘Will do great things with that offensive unit’

What will the Broncos offense look like in 2019 under Rich Scangarello? Whatever it does look like, Lynch is convinced the new offensive coordinator will do a good job with the talent in Denver.

2018 Season Review: Broncos’ offensive line driving Denver’s run game

The Broncos' offensive line made a leap in 2018, but how will they continue to improve with both Jared Veldheer and Matt Paradis set to hit free agency?
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Pat Bowlen should already be in the Hall of Fame

Since Pat Bowlen purchased the Broncos in 1984, the team has won seven AFC Championships and three Super Bowls.