9:56 PM EDT, Sun September 23, 2018
Chris Harris: ‘We’re not tricking anybody right now’ in the secondary

Chris Harris: ‘We’re not tricking anybody right now’ in the secondary

Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. had some choice words to share regarding the looks the secondary are giving opposing offenses through three games. When Joe Flacco needed a first down on Sunday, he and the Baltimore Ravens usually got one. That was the story of the injury-riddled Denver Broncos secondary in Week 3. And for the second week in a row, opposing offenses seem to have a blueprint to beating the No Fly Zone - getting the ball out fast. “We gotta move and disguise better,” Harris said. “We’re not tricking anybody right now. They know exactly what’s...
The Denver Post 1 hour ago
Broncos’ block party a lone bright spot in loss to Ravens

Broncos’ block party a lone bright spot in loss to Ravens

Broncos linebacker Joe Jones understands the reason why he made Denver’s active roster. Namely, be a monster on special teams.
The Denver Post 2 hours ago
Broncos Analysis: Flaws in secondary exposed in loss to Baltimore Ravens

Broncos Analysis: Flaws in secondary exposed in loss to Baltimore Ravens

In 2015-16, the Broncos’ pass defense was first in the NFL in fewest yards allowed. They put opponents in a vice grip with their combination of rush, coverage and ball skills.
The Denver Post 2 hours ago
WATCH: Broncos post-game report — Breaking down the Denver-Baltimore Week 3 game

WATCH: Broncos post-game report — Breaking down the Denver-Baltimore Week 3 game

Denver Post reporters Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson break down what happened during the Broncos’ 27-14 loss to the Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
The Denver Post 2 hours ago
DaeSean Hamilton assumes Broncos’ punt return duties in loss to Ravens

DaeSean Hamilton assumes Broncos’ punt return duties in loss to Ravens

The Broncos’ punt return depth chart started Sunday’s game against the Ravens minus Adam Jones, who was scratched because of a thigh injury. On Baltimore’s first punt, rookies Phillip Lindsay and DaeSean Hamilton were both in return position.