As the Broncos' 53-man roster takes shape, they'll need to consider some talented rookies at QB and RB and whittle down their eight WR candidates.
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There's no questioning John Elway's commitment to the Broncos, as he signed a five-year contract extension on Monday to remain their general manager.
Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
After the Broncos and John Elway agreed to a five-year contract extension -- through the 2021 season -- Broncos president Joe Ellis said, in a statement, that "John's clearly established himself as one of the best general managers in all of sports. He's demonstrated impressive football instincts, a strong business acumen and a consistent ability to build competitive teams." And in the statement Elway said: "I appreciate the trust and confidence that Joe has shown in me ... This is a special place, and the Broncos are home to me. While there's still a lot of work to be done, I'm excited about the future of this team and this organization."
General manager John Elway has agreed to a new five-year contract that will keep him in Denver through the 2021 season.
Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
The Broncos' rookies, who reported for training camp Sunday night for physicals, are on the practice field this afternoon. The team's veteran players will report Wednesday with the first full team practice on Thursday. Tight end Jake Butt (knee), linebacker Shaquil Barrett (hip) and quarterback Chad Kelly (knee, wrist) will be placed on the NFI (non-football injury) list while Kyle Peko (foot) will be on PUP (physically unable to perform) list. Center Matt Paradis, who had offseason surgery on both hips, is expected to participate some when camp opens as is running back Jamaal Charles.
The Broncos may not have their franchise QB at the moment, but at least they have some good depth behind whoever is named starter.
After six concussions in his eight-year NFL career, and admittedly being "burnt-out," David Bruton Jr. is back in school heading toward a career in PT.
Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch will again duel to be the Broncos' starter, and it would be helpful if one of them truly earns the gig in camp.
History shows the Broncos are more than willing to give talented first-year players a real chance to land on the opening-game roster.
With two knee surgeries and his rookie year behind him, Devontae Booker believes he can take charge of Denver's crowded backfield in his second season.
An All-Star panel of 10 NFL coaches and executives -- with 330 seasons of NFL experience and 20 Super Bowl rings between them -- set out to answer a simple question: Who are the 10 best quarterbacks since 1978?
Hale Irwin, who knows all about switching from the gridiron to the greens, said he would be "pleasantly surprised" if John Elway was able to qualify for the U.S. Senior Open next year.
Pass-rushers get paid more than anybody else in football besides QBs, so it's telling that Von Miller is high on the list even after the enormous extension he signed last summer.
Training camp opens in 10 days for the Broncos, and here are 10 things to know as players get ready to report.
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The return of Mike McCoy as offensive coordinator has Broncos tight ends hopeful that his emphasis on using them has traveled with him from San Diego.
The Raiders are the popular pick to win the AFC West, but they must find a way to end their woes versus the Chiefs, who also are expected to contend.
Clocking in at an estimated $2.4 billion, the Broncos held the No. 11 spot among NFL franchises for a third straight year; they're 24th in the world.
The Broncos' aggressive training camp defense will show the team which QB -- Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch -- is best prepared to run the offense.
The Chargers and Raiders aim to be ready to impress when new stadiums open, but right now it's Alex Smith hearing Patrick Mahomes' footsteps in K.C.
A solid rookie season has Hunter Henry poised to take over as the Chargers' primary tight end, but he's not the only rising star in the AFC West.
The Broncos have an elite defense, but question marks all over the offense and a first-time head coach at the helm make Denver's future look murky at the moment.
Trevor Siemian, the incumbent, must look downfield more. Paxton Lynch has to become comfortable in the pocket. The Broncos' QB job is up for grabs.
Derek Carr has some interesting new additions around him in Marshawn Lynch and Jared Cook; rookie Mike Williams will learn from Philip Rivers.
Von Miller, Khalil Mack or Joey Bosa? Choosing the cornerstone player to build your defense around might come down to who performs best in the clutch.