1:06 PM EDT, Sun May 26, 2019
Broncos 2016 draft class turned out better than people think

Broncos 2016 draft class turned out better than people think

Paxton Lynch casts a dark cloud over an otherwise solid 2016 NFL Draft class for the Denver Broncos. This topic might seem to come from left field, but it was spurred by a 2016 regrade post by Dan Brugler of The Athletic. He gave the Denver Broncos a ‘C’ for the draft class. I felt like that grade put too much emphasis on the miss of Paxton Lynch and less on the hits the Denver Broncos made with every other pick in that draft. Grade: C 1 (26) Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis (Seahawks)2 (63) Adam Gotsis, DL, Georgia Tech3 (98) Justin Simmons, S, Boston College4 (136) Devontae Booker, RB,...
The Denver Post 5 hours ago
An apartment full of Broncos rookies helped Troy Fumagalli in tough times. Now he gets a second chance to prove he belongs as an NFL tight end.

An apartment full of Broncos rookies helped Troy Fumagalli in tough times. Now he gets a second chance to prove he belongs as an NFL tight end.

When it felt as though Troy Fumagalli’s football world might collapse, his NFL dreams close enough to see but not to own, the Broncos rookie tight end found respite on the couch of a teammate.
The Denver Post 5 hours ago
O’Halloran: Double the coaching is fine for Broncos linebackers

O’Halloran: Double the coaching is fine for Broncos linebackers

Vic Fangio’s first NFL post was 33 years ago when he was hired as the New Orleans Saints’ linebackers coach.
www.milehighreport.com 6 hours ago
HT: Why isn’t Steve Foley in the Broncos Ring of Fame?

HT: Why isn’t Steve Foley in the Broncos Ring of Fame?

The organization’s career leader in interceptions needs to get this distinction. Good morning, Broncos Country! Steve Foley should be in the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame. As was the case with Simon Fletcher and Rick Upchurch before they (finally) got inducted, how the Broncos defensive back isn’t already in baffles me. It makes no sense. Foley played in Denver from 1976-86. He played in 150 games, and that’s with missing all but one game in 1982. What may surprise some: Foley is the Broncos’ career leader in interceptions. On the latest MHR Radio Podcast (iTunes, Spotify and...
Predominantly Orange 15 hours ago

Denver Broncos 2019 Opponent Preview: Tennessee Titans

In Week Six, the Denver Broncos come back home to start a two game home stand. First up is their second AFC South opponent, the Tennessee Titans. After their second road contest against an AFC West foe, the Denver Broncos will be home for two straight games, their first back-to-back home stand of the season. […] Denver Broncos 2019 Opponent Preview: Tennessee Titans - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Predominantly Orange 21 hours ago

How Courtland Sutton takes a huge leap in his second season

The Denver Broncos are going to be relying on Courtland Sutton to give them more in his second NFL season. Here’s what he needs to do. The Denver Broncos are expecting wide receiver Courtland Sutton to make huge strides in year two. With Emmanuel Sanders making his way back from an Achilles injury, Sutton became […] How Courtland Sutton takes a huge leap in his second season - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Predominantly Orange May 25, 2019

Two ways Phillip Lindsay can be even better in 2019

Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay ran for over 1,000 yards and made the Pro Bowl his rookie season, but he can be even better in 2019. Although Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay had a rookie season fans will never forget, everyone is looking forward to his encore presentation in year two. Lindsay ran […] Two ways Phillip Lindsay can be even better in 2019 - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints May 25, 2019
Broncos rumors: Denver has not offered Chris Harris extension past 2019

Broncos rumors: Denver has not offered Chris Harris extension past 2019

Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris wants a new deal and has been wanting a new deal for quite some time now, but Broncos general manager John Elway said last month that he would not negotiate anything with Harris until after the draft. Well, here we are a month later, and Denver apparently still has not […] The post Broncos rumors: Denver has not offered Chris Harris extension past 2019 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
www.milehighreport.com May 25, 2019
The All-Elway Team

The All-Elway Team

No Free Agents, just homegrown Denver Broncos hand selected by John Elway in the NFL Draft or as an undrafted rookie. It’s a cliche to say that the NFL stands for Not For Long. It’s also true. The majority of the league’s 32 teams have turned over their front office staff since John Elway became General Manager in 2011. The only exceptions are the Patriots, Bengals, Cowboys, Steelers, Falcons, Saints, Seahawks, and maybe Washington. The Broncos GM has been on the job long enough that it’s fair to take a real look at how he’s done mining and developing talent. This list will be...
www.milehighreport.com May 25, 2019
Adam Gotsis weighs in on Coach Fangio

Adam Gotsis weighs in on Coach Fangio

In the 3rd year DE’s turn at the podium, he offered some insight into the team’s new head coach and the defense he’ll run. After a relatively slow start as a rookie, Adam Gotsis has seen a considerable uptick in playing time as a 2-down defensive lineman in the 2nd and 3rd years of his career. This offseason he’s looking forward at a contract year while adjusting to his 3rd head coach, and 3rd defensive coordinator, in 4 seasons. But Gotsis is embracing the challenge and looking forward to growth and changes in a defense that had gotten a bit stagnant over time. “I’m loving it....
www.milehighreport.com May 24, 2019
Could Von Miller and Bradley Chubb set records in 2019

Could Von Miller and Bradley Chubb set records in 2019

1st and 10 on Orange and Blue 760 was answering some would you rather questions. Games of “Would You Rather” are excellent offseason fodder. On 1st and 10 on Orange and Blue 760 Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason tried to have a little fun. One of the questions led to an interesting discussion. Would you rather have Von Miller or Bradley Chubb lead the team in sacks? It’s a silly proposition to try and decide which player you would rather see lead the team. Ryan made an observation that made a lot of sense. If Chubb leads the team in sacks, that means Denver is set for the future. It may...
The Denver Post May 24, 2019
Clarity on important third safety spot likely months away for Broncos

Clarity on important third safety spot likely months away for Broncos

A question that won’t be answered for a few months, but is relevant during organized team activities: Who the heck is the Broncos’ third safety?
Predominantly Orange May 24, 2019

Denver Broncos 2019 Opponent Preview: Los Angeles Chargers

It took about a month before we saw another division opponent, but the Denver Broncos face the Los Angeles Chargers in weeks five and thirteen. It took three games against the Bears, Packers, and Jaguars before the Denver Broncos would see another divisional opponent. The lucky team that Denver gets to face off in their […] Denver Broncos 2019 Opponent Preview: Los Angeles Chargers - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints May 24, 2019
Broncos officially sign rookie Noah Fant

Broncos officially sign rookie Noah Fant

One more first-round pick is now under contract. The Denver Broncos have signed tight end Noah Fant to a four-year contract with a fifth-year option, Mike Klis of 9News reports. Fant was selected No. 20 overall by the Broncos after general manager John Elway traded down 10 spots with Pittsburgh, which drafted linebacker Devin Bush. Per the […] The post Broncos officially sign rookie Noah Fant appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Justin Simmons excited about how safeties are used in Vic Fangio’s system

Justin Simmons excited about how safeties are used in Vic Fangio’s system

The Denver Broncos secondary is certainly looking No Fly Zone ish heading into the 2019 season. Justin Simmons is excited about the possibilities under Vic Fangio. Justin Simmons had an impressive rookie seasons under then defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, which has us all looking at the young safety with high hopes heading into 2017. It never really materialized as the sugar new defensive coordinator Joe Woods sprinkled on the defense seemed to put Simmons in poor position to succeed. By the end of the Vance Joseph era it had leaked out that the coaching staff had put ‘a little too...

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