The Broncos have a new horse to try and help their offensive line, as Thursday night the team took Utah tackle Garett Bolles with the 20th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. He can add to an offensive line that could use some help protecting the quarterback as well as opening holes for running backs. […] The post Broncos Select Utah tackle Garett Bolles with 20th Overall Pick in NFL Draft appeared first on Broncos Gab.
The 2017 NFL Schedule is out as well as the 2017 Denver Broncos Schedule, and here’s a look at the slate for the upcoming season, with the home games in bold: Sep. 11 Los Angeles Chargers (Mon) 8:20 PM Sep. 17 Dallas Cowboys 2:25 PM Sep. 24 at Buffalo Bills 11:00 AM Oct. 1 Oakland […] The post A Look at the 2017 Broncos Schedule with a Glance at the Good and the Bad appeared first on Broncos Gab.
Von Miller swears missing the Denver Broncos‘ offseason program last year didn’t adversely affect his play, the Associated Press reports. Still, after coming up short in his bid to win Defensive Player of the Year and defend his Super Bowl title, he’s thrilled to be working out with his teammates this spring. Miller called these […] The post Broncos LB Von Miller Proclaims 2017 Will Be His Best Season Yet appeared first on Broncos Gab.
As much confidence as general manager John Elway and new coach Vance Joseph have professed in young quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch, the Broncos would have been interested in a veteran of now retired Tony Romo’s stature under the right conditions, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com reports. It was no secret that one of the […] The post Report: Broncos Would Have Only Wanted Tony Romo Under Right Conditions appeared first on Broncos Gab.
Well, the Broncos are at the League Meetings. And the Raiders are moving to Las Vegas and will move into a Brand New Stadium after it opens in time in 2019. So they will stay in Oakland for 2 more seasons. And the issue of moving overtimes to 10 minutes was tabled. So this will […] The post Offseason Musings appeared first on Broncos Gab.