Saturday, September 21, 2019
Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (2) makes a catch over South Dakota Coyotes defensive back Phillip Powell (21) during the first quarter at Gaylord Family - Oklahoma Memorial Stadium

What’s On Draft: Three offensive prospects the Broncos could target in 2020

The last two drafts have been instrumental in the Denver Broncos rebuilding their talent base back to where it was before the 2015 campaign.

Player Profile: Broncos’ Courtland Sutton eyes big things after week one

The Denver Broncos' second-year wideout, Courtland Sutton, has his eyes set on lofty goals after a big opening weekend against the Oakland Raiders.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (14) catches a pass against Oakland Raiders cornerback Nick Nelson (23) in the first half at Oakland Coliseum.

PFF Roundup: Offseason stars struggle, young offensive players shine

Rounding up the most interesting PFF grades and notes from Monday night's loss to the Raiders.

Broncos bring back Cracraft; Patrick headed to IR

Broncos resign PR/WR River Cracraft due to WR Tim Patrick landing on IR with broken hand.

Vic Fangio reacts to his first game as Broncos head coach

Vic Fangio spoke with members of the media Tuesday afternoon following the Denver Broncos Week 1 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football.
Noah Fant. Credit: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports.

Here’s the thing about Noah Fant’s forgettable first game

Noah Fant struggled mightily in his first game, but Broncos fans shouldn't be too quick to rush to judgement on him.

The good – and the bad – from Denver’s loss to Oakland

Denver's loss had some good and it had some bad (and a lot of ugly.) Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast recaps a tough Monday night for Denver.
Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio during the game against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.

3 up 3 down: Same old, same old for Broncos under new regime

Taking a look at three Broncos who shined, and three that were far from it against the Raiders.

3 Takeaways from Broncos disappointing 24-16 loss to the Raiders

The Broncos lost 24-16, and we bring you our three biggest takeaways from the game. Courtland Sutton was a certain bright sport in the Broncos loss.
Joe Flacco rushed and stripped against the Raiders. Credit: Kyle Terada, USA TODAY Sports.

One big thing: Broncos offense, O-line an absolute embarrassment in loss to Raiders

Denver's awful offense led to a blowout loss to the woeful Raiders in the Broncos season-opener.