Monday, April 22, 2019

Tag: NFL

How the schedule helps — and hurts — the Broncos

How did the schedule break for the Broncos? Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast goes over the good -- and bad -- to the 2019 NFL schedule.

Vic Fangio wants his coaches to form their own opinion in...

Vic Fangio is quickly putting his stamp on things in Dove Valley; from the game jerseys in OTAs to asking for multiple opinions on upcoming draftees. That's positioning Denver to be a winner again.

Pleasant surprises from the Broncos offseason

Who could end up being a pleasant surprise for the Broncos come the regular season? Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast discusses!

Broncos to host 31 local college athletes at Pro Day today

The Broncos are keeping it local on Wednesday, hosting 31 players from nearby to see if they have what it takes to make the NFL.

Royce Freeman says he and Phillip Lindsay are pushing each other

Royce Freeman may have been drafted in the third round while Lindsay was found after the selection process, but the two have quickly become one of the best one-two running back punches in the NFL.

NFL told teams not to contact AAF players, AAF then gave...

After telling teams to not contact AAF players, the NFL was then given the go-ahead by the start-up league. Hours later, the Broncos reportedly signed De'Vante Bausby.

Report: Denver Broncos sign AAF cornerback De’Vante Bausby

The Broncos added De'Vante Bausby on Thursday afternoon, finishing the complete and total revamp of the defensive backfield. Denver's DBs are now likely the best group in the NFL.

Von Miller praises Broncos addition of CBs as ‘coverage and pass...

When the Broncos were at their best, in 2015 winning Super Bowl 50, the defense was loaded both up front and in the back end. Get used to that being the case again as Denver's D is stacked.

Does Denver need to add to the receiving core?

Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast discusses if the Broncos should be bolstering their receiving core in the offseason.

Drew Lock’s best comparison? It’s Jay Cutler, making him a risk

Drew Lock seems to be a great pick at 10 until you dive into the Pro Football Focus numbers. His negatively-graded throws are a bit alarming.