Good Morning, Broncos fans! Monday marked the media's last chance to see players on the field during OTAs.
T.J. Ward was limited by a tight hamstring, while David Bruton was excused from practice.
To Andrew Mason's eyes, Monday was Brock Osweiler's best practice as a Bronco.
He also praises the work of Jacob Tamme, Lerentee McCray, Bradley Roby, Winston Justice, and Quant Smith.
The Broncos have added plenty of speed and physicality to their offensive backfield this offseason.
Denver didn’t take a running back in the draft, which was no surprise - they already had Montee Ball penciled in as their starter, and C.J. Anderson to back him up. If he shows maturity and better hands, Ronnie Hillman can certainly be the third back.
But it wouldn’t come as a surprise if Hillman ends up fighting for his job, given his history and the quality of the undrafted backs behind him.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The team will begin its third and final OTA session today (to go along with the two minicamps).
These full-squad workouts are scheduled to run through Thursday, before a monthlong break until training camp opens on July 24.
We appreciate the orange-colored reports of how everyone's in TBSOHL and playing well, but let's hope more than anything that the team can avoid serious injury this week.
Good Morning, Broncos fans, and Happy Father's Day!
In her latest column, Ashley Fox rails against the NFL's proposal to move back the line of scrimmage for point after tries.
While we agree it's a poor idea, we disagree with her reasoning and desire to maintain the status quo.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It's been a very busy 24 hours as far as veteran defensive backs go.
Kansas City released disgruntled corner Brandon Flowers, who had been holding out of the team's OTAs.
The move frees up $7.5M in each of the next two seasons, while leaving $3M in dead money this year, and $4M in 2015.
However, Mike Florio reports that no formal offers have been extended, with his source bluntly characterizing the negotiation as "nothing going on."
It doesn't require much of a leap to conclude that the Broncos are the source for Lombardi and the DP, while Thomas's agent is Florio's.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Let's open with some key points from Mike Tanier's review of Denver's offseason:
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! It's been a busy offseason for Denver's 2006 draft class.
Jay Cutler had another kid and is being described as a maturing leader, and Brandon Marshall got a new contract.
Chris Kuper, the last of the seven draftees to wear orange, retired in March.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! The players were presented their AFC championship rings on Monday.
IAOFM Patron Saint Tom Jackson addressed the team during the meeting.
On Tuesday, they kicked off their mandatory minicamp, which will run through tomorrow.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! With the team's mandatory minicamp kicking off today, the Broncos are also opening some important contractual business.
According to John Elway, Denver has approached the agents for Demaryius and Julius Thomas about extending their respective deals.
The Thomases are each scheduled to become free agents after the season, and Elway says he'd like to get something done with them prior to the start of training camp.