Joe Woods discusses the state of the defense and how he believes there's still talent on the defense to be at a championship level.
Young and younger, the Avalanche's crop of defensemen will be the key to the franchise's long-term hopes.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller isn't fazed by his lack of sacks. "I just want to be great. I know what my role means to this team. I know what this team means to this city. I know what my role means in all of this. When I'm out there on the field, that's my motivation."
A key for the Broncos going into their 2017 showdowns against Kansas City will be if they can successfully run the ball against the Chiefs defense.
If Siemian is to hold off 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch, he's going to need to put the ball in the end zone.
The Broncos will open training camp in one month looking to decide which players they want rotating in and out of the interior defensive line.
Offseason free agent acquisition Zach Kerr is among a group of four Broncos expected to improve Denver's run-stopping unit in 2017.
It will be up to a trio of veteran Broncos at the inside linebacker position to return that unit to elite status in the league.
The Broncos defense allowed a season-best six points in the season finale, ensuring head coach Gary Kubiak would go out with a win.
The Broncos have proven to be better on offense than anyone would have thought, making this team better than the one that won the Lombardi a year ago