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Predominantly Orange Apr 17, 2019

Denver Broncos: Do not sleep on Royce Freeman

Phillip Lindsay took NFL by storm and rightly so, but there is another running back primed to return to form for the Denver Broncos in 2019. Second-year running back Royce Freeman is healthy and ready to make an impact on the field this season for the Denver Broncos. Despite dealing with a sprained ankle, Freeman […] Denver Broncos: Do not sleep on Royce Freeman - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints Apr 14, 2019
Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay and other second-year players feel pressure to perform

Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay and other second-year players feel pressure to perform

The Denver Broncos relied heavily on their rookie class to help get them through the 2018 NFL season. It appears running back Phillip Lindsay is among the notable second-year players that are feeling an added sense of pressure. It is no secret that Denver has ushered in a bit of a youth movement in recent […] The post Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay and other second-year players feel pressure to perform appeared first on ClutchPoints.
www.milehighreport.com Apr 11, 2019
Broncos host Local Pro Day, John Elway and Vic Fangio in attendance.

Broncos host Local Pro Day, John Elway and Vic Fangio in attendance.

Did local prospects elevate their stock while at Dove Valley? The Denver Broncos were on hand, so we’ll just have to see in two weeks. The Denver Broncos understand that talent can come from anywhere. Look no further than former and current players including Rod Smith, Steve Watson, and most notably Phillip Lindsay. With major events like the NFL Scouting Combine, and Collegiate Pro Days, some players can get camouflaged or lost in the multitude of evaluations. But local pro days held by NFL teams offer front office staff and coaches the opportunity to evaluate talent that is relatively...
ClutchPoints Apr 10, 2019
Broncos rumors: Denver plans to give Royce Freeman more carries than Phillip Lindsay in 2019

Broncos rumors: Denver plans to give Royce Freeman more carries than Phillip Lindsay in 2019

Phillip Lindsay was the Denver Broncos’ top rusher this past season, finishing with 1,037 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging an impressive 5.4 yards per carry en route to a Pro Bowl appearance. However, it doesn’t appear that Lindsay will be the Broncos’ featured running back heading into 2019. According to James Palmer of NFL […] The post Broncos rumors: Denver plans to give Royce Freeman more carries than Phillip Lindsay in 2019 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Denver Post Apr 5, 2019
Broncos podcast: Examining future of Chris Harris and more offseason story lines

Broncos podcast: Examining future of Chris Harris and more offseason story lines

In the latest First-and-Orange podcast episode, Broncos beat writers Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson break down the impact of Chris Harris holding out from the voluntary offseason program, update listeners on the health of Phillip Lindsay and examine LSU linebacker Devin White; a potential No. 10 overall pick in the NFL draft.
ClutchPoints Apr 4, 2019
Denver RB Phillip Lindsay has no idea when he will be ready

Denver RB Phillip Lindsay has no idea when he will be ready

Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay was having a rookie season for the ages when he fractured his right wrist in a Christmas Eve game in Oakland. Lindsey will not participate in the team’s voluntary minicamp later this month as he rehabs the injury. He could, however, return for organized team activities, general manager John Elway has said. […] The post Denver RB Phillip Lindsay has no idea when he will be ready appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Denver Post Apr 3, 2019
Broncos Phillip Lindsay details wrist recovery, accepts Colorado Sports Hall of Fame honor

Broncos Phillip Lindsay details wrist recovery, accepts Colorado Sports Hall of Fame honor

Phillip Lindsay rode down an escalator toward a hotel ballroom wearing a custom designer suit, checkered white and gray with teal accents, plus two gold chains that swayed beneath his trademark brown afro. An ESPN camera crew followed his every move. He couldn’t stop smiling.
www.milehighreport.com Mar 26, 2019
Horse Tracks: What are the Broncos Biggest Needs?

Horse Tracks: What are the Broncos Biggest Needs?

As we move towards the 2019 NFL Draft draft, what’s left to address on this Denver Broncos roster? With the bulk of free agency in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to look at what Broncos brass should pay extra attention to this draft season. If you read my post last week, you already know I liked Elway’s moves in the veteran market. It set Denver up to chase the best player available at each selection, but of course some positions need a little more love than others. Running Back If you missed the last 12 months somehow, the Broncos are pretty set here. Phillip Lindsay and Royce...
ClutchPoints Mar 25, 2019
Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay won’t be ready for minicamp

Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay won’t be ready for minicamp

The Denver Broncos have ushered in some significant changes this offseason. Unfortunately, it may take longer than expected for running back Phillip Lindsay to get acquainted with his new teammates. Linday’s stellar rookie year was cut short by a season-ending wrist injury. According toRyan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, general manager John Elway indicated that […] The post Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay won’t be ready for minicamp appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Predominantly Orange Mar 24, 2019

Phillip Lindsay, Bryce Callahan not expected at Minicamp

The Denver Broncos will start minicamp shortly before the NFL Draft at the end of April. When it begins, the team will be without two key players. Since the Denver Broncos hired a new head coach, the team is allowed to start minicamp before the NFL Draft begins. But the team will be without two […] Phillip Lindsay, Bryce Callahan not expected at Minicamp - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Mar 22, 2019
Royce Freeman can’t afford 2019 sophomore slump

Royce Freeman can’t afford 2019 sophomore slump

Can Denver Broncos sophomore running back Royce Freeman find his groove in 2019? After being drafted in the 3rd round of the 2018 NFL Draft, Royce Freeman was projected to be the featured running back in Denver. Freeman finished his college career (Oregon) as the all-time leading rusher in yards (5,621), all-purpose yards (6,435), rushing touchdowns (60), and total touchdowns (64). In 2018, Freeman (6’0, 229lbs) was ironically overshadowed by undrafted Phillip Lindsay (5’8, 190lbs). While Lindsay ran his way through multiple awards and a Pro Bowl bid, Freeman compiled a lackluster 521...
www.milehighreport.com Mar 22, 2019
Mel Kiper upgrades Broncos 2018 draft class to an A-

Mel Kiper upgrades Broncos 2018 draft class to an A-

It is widely agreed among fans that the Denver Broncos nailed the 2018 NFL Draft with their selections and that is without even counting Pro Bowl undrafted running back Phillip Lindsay in that. Overall, the class could help the franchise turn the corner in the post-Peyton Manning era. The class included starters in Bradley Chubb and Courtland Sutton, along with major rookie role players in Royce Freeman, Josey Jewell, and DaeSean Hamilton. Both Sam Jones and Isaac Yiadom could have potential as well. That’s a pretty damn good draft. Mel Kiper of ESPN had initially graded the class fairly...

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