3:08 PM EST, Thu January 21, 2021
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Denver Broncos: AJ Bouye not expected to return in 2021

New Denver Broncos general manager George Paton will have plenty of difficult decisions to make in his first couple of months on the job. Although at this point, he likely hasn’t had enough time to dive into the 2020 film to really evaluate the roster he’s inherited, there are some decisions that will be weighed […] Denver Broncos: AJ Bouye not expected to return in 2021 - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Broncos 2021 NFL Draft: Daviyon Nixon a fit in Vic Fangio’s defense

The Denver Broncos are under new management with George Paton taking over John Elway’s role with the team as general manager. Over the course of the last 10 years, Broncos Country had the opportunity to read the tendencies of John Elway in the offseason and the way he liked to operate through free agency and […] Broncos 2021 NFL Draft: Daviyon Nixon a fit in Vic Fangio’s defense - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Broncos have some important decisions to make regarding the safety position in 2021

The Broncos have some important decisions to make regarding the safety position in 2021

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Kareem Jackson is on the final year of his contract. Should the Denver Broncos let him play it out or move on to free up cap space? We started with a cornerbacks review yesterday, so it made logical sense to target safety next in this series of position group reviews. The secondary was the most maligned group all season long in regards to injuries and setbacks, but the two constants were Justin Simmons and Kareem Jackson who both started and played every game in 2020. In that regard, do the Denver Broncos even need to improve the position in...
www.milehighreport.com 9 hours ago
Are the 2021 Broncos George Paton’s team? Or John Elway’s?

Are the 2021 Broncos George Paton’s team? Or John Elway’s?

Photo by Kevin C. Cox/ Did the Broncos just slap some paint on the old vision? If patience is a virtue, a lack of preparation is a sin. The Denver Broncos have reached a crossroads with Drew Lock, and what they decide to do with their presumptive quarterback of the future should have a dramatic impact on George Paton’s plans. It’s a monumental decision. One that warrants careful consideration. To his credit, Paton did not initially commit to Drew Lock as the starting quarterback. “I liked Drew coming out of the draft—big arm, athletic, playmaker. I haven’t...
www.milehighreport.com 16 hours ago
How ‘Locked’ in is Paton on the Broncos’ QB?

How ‘Locked’ in is Paton on the Broncos’ QB?

Broncos Country Tonight hosts discussed how much roster change George Paton is likely to insist upon for the 2021 season, including the coach. The Broncos Country Tonight crew on Tuesday spent much of the show discussing and breaking down the introductory news conference for Broncos’ new GM, George Paton. Much of the conversation revolved around a debate in Broncos Country - online and among media types - about whether Paton intends to keep his current coach and QB or if he’s likely to go find his own. And whether that would be this year or more likely a later one. I...
Predominantly Orange 18 hours ago

Denver Broncos: One big reason team must re-sign Justin Simmons

Justin Simmons is in line for a big deal, and it should come from the Denver Broncos. There are some great safeties currently playing in the NFL, and there is little doubt that Simmons belongs in that discussion. The five-year pro has put together a solid package of stats during his career including nearly 400 […] Denver Broncos: One big reason team must re-sign Justin Simmons - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Broncos roll over $17.788 million in 2020 cap room

Broncos roll over $17.788 million in 2020 cap room

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos are rolling over cap as they gear up for free agency in March. The $17.788 million will be added to their overall cap room. In preparation for the 2021 offseason, the Denver Broncos have rolled over $17.778 million in cap room according to a report by Mike Klis of 9News. As Klis mentioned, this is not cap space but cap room. Meaning that whatever the cap is set at by the NFL, the Broncos will start with a higher ceiling by that amount they rolled over. Broncos have rolled over $17.788 million in 2020 cap room to...
Predominantly Orange Jan 20, 2021

Denver Broncos: Identifying roster needs for each position’s groups in 2021

New General Manager George Paton and the Denver Broncos are in a strong spot for 2021 as there are no glaring holes within their positional groups but they do have several roster needs. However, if the Broncos choose to move on from key free agents and players with high cap numbers along with low dead […] Denver Broncos: Identifying roster needs for each position’s groups in 2021 - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Predominantly Orange Jan 20, 2021

Broncos GM George Paton doesn’t want to let Justin Simmons go

New Denver Broncos general manager George Paton will have to make some hard, unpopular decisions at some point in time, there is no doubt. One of those decisions, however, will not be letting Justin Simmons walk in free agency. At least not if Paton has anything to say about it. George Paton on Justin Simmons: […] Broncos GM George Paton doesn’t want to let Justin Simmons go - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
How the Broncos could improve the cornerback position in 2021

How the Broncos could improve the cornerback position in 2021

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ The Denver Broncos have a lot of needs heading into the 2021 offseason. Here’s how they could improve their cornerback situation. With President of Football Operations John Elway stepping back from control over the roster and President/CEO Joe Ellis announcing he will not seek an extension after this season, the 2021 offseason instantly became one of the most important offseason’s in recent Denver Broncos history. Elway and Ellis set about to hire former Minnesota Vikings Assistant General Manager, George Paton, to take the reigns of the...
Predominantly Orange Jan 20, 2021

Denver Broncos: Plenty of trade down options in the 2021 NFL Draft

The Denver Broncos introduced new general manager George Paton to the media recently, and one of the biggest takeaways from what he had to say was the emphasis he placed on not only drafting and developing but also his philosophy dating back to his days with the Vikings about accumulating picks. As Paton put it, […] Denver Broncos: Plenty of trade down options in the 2021 NFL Draft - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Jan 20, 2021
Is fortifying the Broncos’ defense the way to go early in the Draft?

Is fortifying the Broncos’ defense the way to go early in the Draft?

Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire via Cody Roark of Pro Football Network joined Broncos Country Tonight earlier this week to talk building the defense in the offseason. We are officially into Speculation Season where everyone tries to guess what the Broncos will do in free agency, who/what position they’ll draft from the college ranks and what - oh what - will become of the quarterback. With a new GM, the speculation is even less predictable, but in Monday’s “Broncos Country Tonight” segment with Cody Roark of Pro Football Network, Ryan Edwards and Ben...
Predominantly Orange Jan 20, 2021

Denver Broncos: Playoffs in 2021? Here’s how they can do it

It’s a new era in Broncos Country, ‘officially’ underway, as General Manager George Paton recently wrapped up his introductory press conference.  He said a lot, but also nothing at all. And as a general manager, this is exactly what we should have expected. GMs are very deliberate, calculated people, and remain this way when speaking […] Denver Broncos: Playoffs in 2021? Here’s how they can do it - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Jan 20, 2021
2020 Denver Broncos snap count review - offense

2020 Denver Broncos snap count review - offense

Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire via Who played in 2020 for the Broncos and how much? As I do at the end of every season, this is review of snap counts by position group for the Denver Broncos for the entire season. I will have a link to the spreadsheet with the data for those who want to dig more deeply into it and for those who are color-blind. Apologies in advance for the graphs are some are hard to follow. This review will not cover the special teams snaps. First off I want to give a huge shout out to the players who played 99 percent or more of the...
www.milehighreport.com Jan 20, 2021
George Paton brings refreshing change to the Denver Broncos

George Paton brings refreshing change to the Denver Broncos

Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via The Denver Broncos introduced their new GM George Paton yesterday. It looks like a welcomed change to this fan. We’ve finally gotten introduced to the new General Manager of the Denver Broncos in George Paton and I have to say, I found the new voice at the helm at least initially to be quite refreshing to me as a fan of the team. 5 years of failure without any significant signs of the team trending in the right direction lead to this place. It is a place where something, somewhere has to change if your team is indeed interested...

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