Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Underrepresented Broncos deserve three inductees, likely only get one in Hall of Fame

Pat Bowlen, Champ Bailey and Steve Atwater are all deserving of being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. However, the Selection Committee will likely snub two of them, again.
Roger Goodell speaks in Atlanta before the Super Bowl. Credit: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports.

Roger Goodell changes course, says he ‘may be involved’ in Broncos ownership dispute

As the Broncos ownership battle continues, Goodell explains he may be involved in finding a resolution. In December, the team's board of trustees asked the league to intervene.
Phillip Lindsay. Credit: Jake Roth, USA TODAY Sports.

Phillip Lindsay on NFL draft process: ‘At one point, I wasn’t going to go...

When the Broncos took two running backs in the 2018 draft, it left Lindsay wondering if Denver was the right fit for him. Luckily for Broncos fans, he stayed with his hometown team.

Free agency or Draft: Looking at how Broncos should fill hole at cornerback

Breaking down the Broncos' needs at cornerback and looking at potential answers in the draft and free agency.
Missouri Tigers quarterback Drew Lock (3) watches play from the sidelines during the second half against the Kentucky Wildcats at Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field. Kentucky won 15-14.

Is Drew Lock to Denver a lock? Broncos are reportedly falling in love with...

Drew Lock explains how he improved during his senior year, and why he was able to showcase his talents at the Senior Bowl. The Broncos are locking in on him at No. 10, it seems.

Broncos UFA decisions set tone for offseason

Who stays -- and who goes -- when it comes to unrestricted free agents in Denver? Broncos Blitz podcast host Ronnie Kohrt dishes on the latest surrounding the Broncos UFAs.
Champ Bailey. Credit: USA TODAY Sports.

Reflecting on Champ Bailey’s career: How the legendary cornerback won us all over

Champ Bailey will likely become a first ballot Hall of Famer this weekend. Justin Michael reflects back on his historic career.

Broncos set to interview T.C. McCartney for quarterback coach

The Denver Broncos are interviewing T.C. McCartney for the team's open quarterback coach position. T.C. is the son of former Colorado Buffaloes QB Sal Aunese and grandson of legendary CU head coach Bill McCartney.

The Broncos need more consistency from the wide receivers in 2019

According to Pro Football Focus, Denver's pass catchers led the NFL with 29 open pocket drops. 

Denver’s Dilemma: Who will you root for in the Super Bowl?

From a couch in Denver, it kind of feels like the step-brother in L.A. got a shiny, new Harley-Davidson for Christmas, while the kids back home got, well, a gently used Schwinn.