Friday, September 20, 2019
Domata Peko is a big reason, literally, why the Broncos run defense was so good in 2017. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Denver Broncos run defense tabbed as second-best in NFL

As a team, the Broncos ranked second in the NFL in missed-tackle percentage on run plays in 2017, just 9.4 percent. Their run-stopping is definitely underrated.

Broncos sign first round pick Shane Ray

The Denver Broncos signed first round draft pick Shane Ray on Monday after he participated in OTA's for the first time with the team
Broncos back in the game

30 Questions: Can I be your hero (Peyton)?

We examine 30 big questions as the Broncos head into training camp. Questions like, “Who will have the most receiving touchdowns?"

The Broncos lack leadership where it counts

Case Keenum was outplayed by a 23-year old quarterback and Vance Joseph was outcoached again as the Broncos collapsed against the Chiefs.

Linebacker Todd Davis wants wins to teach ‘young guys’

Broncos linebacker Todd Davis looks at his youthful teammates and insists that building a winning culture is far more important than any draft pick.

Report: Jake Long headed to town for visit with Broncos

The All-Pro tackle has visited twice with the New York Giants, but is headed to Colorado to meet with the Broncos whose tackle situation is far from stable entering training camp

Montee Ball says backs competition has two sides

Competing for the coveted No. 1 running back spot in Gary Kubiak's vaunted ground game, Montee Ball says things are different on and off the field

BREAKING: Aqib Talib traded to Los Angeles Rams for fifth-round pick

Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib has been traded from the Broncos to the Rams for a fifth-round pick in the upcoming draft.

In Their Words: Kubiak on Osweiler with the ones

Head coach Gary Kubiak and special teams captain David Bruton spoke after the team's first practice in full pads, discussing Brock Osweiler among other topics

In Their Words: Phillips, DeCamillis, Bolden, Johnson

Following Friday's OTAs, coordinators Wade Phillips and Joe DeCamillis and players Omar Bolden and Steven Johnson met with the media