Sunday, August 18, 2019

Tag: Broncos defense

Kareem Jackson ready to embrace safety role

Kareem Jackson is a versatile weapon at Vic Fangio's disposal and Jackson says he's ready for any role he's called upon.

Former top prospect A.J. Johnson starts over after three years away...

The Broncos recently signed A.J. Johnson, a 26-year-old linebacker from the University of Tennessee, who hasn't played football in three seasons.

Shaq Barrett on Broncos pass rushers: ‘The sky’s the limit for...

The conclusion of training camp means Broncos fans are close to watching what looks like one of the deepest pass-rushing groups in the NFL.

Chris Harris comfortable as the leader on Broncos’ defense

After proving himself as one of the best cornerbacks in the league, Chris Harris now has another task -- leadership.

Elway on Denver D: ‘Even though we feel like we have...

After two seasons out of the playoffs, Broncos General Manager John Elway says it's time to start putting the pressure back on the defense.

Five stats to remind you that Denver’s defense is still elite

Five stats that untimely turnovers by the offense and special teams can't skew, which show Denver still has one of the best defenses in the NFL.

Key players to watch as the Broncos battle the Chargers on...

As the Broncos look to start the season 1-0 and 1-0 in the AFC West, there are some players to watch, specifically to forecast what the 2017 season could have in store for the team heading forward.

In 2017 Draft, Broncos pause on cementing defensive foundation

Despite the Broncos infusing their offense with a much-needed dose of speed in the 2017 NFL Draft, the identity of this team is still the defense.

Van Mueller, Von Miller’s alter ego, is out of this world

Denver Broncos Von Miller is back in action for Old Spice, after the company released a commercial, advertising their new product the DUO.

Atlanta Falcons running backs overwhelm Denver Broncos defense

The Denver Broncos defense was exposed through the air against the Atlanta Falcons. However, it wasn’t the fault of the secondary.