Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Tag: t.j. ward

Justin Simmons looking to make an impact at safety

With T.J. Ward and Aqib Talib no longer in the picture, a healthy Justin Simmons is looking to make an impact in the Broncos secondary in 2018.

Rapidly expiring contracts could have the Broncos rebuilding their stoic defense

While the 2018 offseason will be about fixing the offense, the future of the Broncos' defense is truly up in the air.

Justin Simmons headed to IR after injuring ankle in celebration Sunday

Simmons, a second-year player and first-time starter, replaced T.J. Ward after Ward was released prior to the season and went on to start all 13 games of the Broncos' season thus far.

Norm’s Notes: High on Jokic and Paxton’s future in Denver

Is Norm as high on Jokic as the rest of the basketball world seems to be?

Simmons, Parks play big role in win over Raiders

The Broncos put their faith in their depth at strong safety when they made the decision to release veteran T.J. Ward and go with a combination of second-year safeties Justin Simmons and Will Parks.

Simmons honest about defensive struggles in loss to Bills; ready to...

Safety Justin Simmons talks about fine-tuning the Broncos' defense.

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.

Broncos defensive leadership no longer about the W’s

The Denver Broncos face new leadership dynamics after losing three key figures in DeMarcus Ware, T.J. Ward and Wade Phillips.

Broncos safety Justin Simmons is wise beyond his football years

Don't let Simmons' one year in the NFL and relative youth suggest that he's not ready to step up and perform at a high level

Losing a teammate isn’t life and death, Aqib Talib says

The All-Pro cornerback has been in the league long enough to know that losing a teammate is just part of the business; it's not life and death.