Tag: Su’a Cravens

What to watch for in Denver Broncos’ third preseason game

With the first two preseason games out of the way, Monday night's exhibition against the 49ers is an important one to determine how Denver's first-team offense looks as well as other key storylines.

Safety Jamal Carter to move temporarily to linebacker

With the linebacker position more shallow than ever, the Broncos have asked safety Jamal Carter to move to safety.

Three Broncos fighting for a roster spot who shined on Thursday...

After a rough showing, three players on the roster bubble helped their chances of making the final roster with their performances against the Seahawks.

Will Parks, Kareem Jackson headline Denver’s most important battle in the...

Denver's strength on defense lies in their depth on the edges as well as in the secondary. We look at the likely starters at safety for the Broncos this year.

The Broncos should use Su’a Cravens the same way Bill Belichick...

Last season the Broncos traded for Su'a Cravens and it was an abject disaster. How can the Broncos fix this problem? By doing what Belichick would do.

2018 Season Review: Broncos need to upgrade, get faster at inside...

A look at the Broncos' inside linebacker position – and how it must get more athletic to keep up with modern offenses.

3 Up, 3 Down: Broncos’ 2018 season in review

Which Broncos improved – and which ones drove down their stock – over the course of the 2018 season?

To cut or not to cut: Su’a Cravens’ future is in...

After being listed as a healthy scratch for Saturday's primetime matchup with the Browns, it seems more likely than ever that Cravens will be cut at season's end. Should the Broncos cut Cravens? Or, is there a better solution?

Shane Ray may have played his last game in Denver

The former first round pick has just two sacks in his last 19 games and according to Mike Klis, Ray will be a healthy scratch Saturday night.

Su’a Cravens will return this week, boost Broncos safety depth

Su'a Cravens will finally make his debut for the Broncos this Sunday per Ian Rapoport. The safety/linebacker hybrid could help Denver's defense be more versatile.