Von Miller and Kevin Vickerson have been cleared to practice on a limited basis during training camp, which starts on Thursday.
Chris Harris, who like Miller, had his season ended by a torn ACL, was placed on the preseason PUP list.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! So, Demaryius Thomas isn't in any particular rush to sign a new contract.
Is it his $3.275M salary for 2014 that has him at ease? Could be.
According to John Elway, the agent for Julius Thomas hasn't even bothered to submit a counter to the team's recent contract offer.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is ceding control of the team, in a nod to his until now private battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Team president Joe Ellis will continue to manage the day-to-day operations of the franchise.
Mr. B has placed ownership of the team into a trust, intending for one of his seven children to one day assume control of his beloved Broncos.
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In a long expected move, the Broncos have released tight end Joel Dreessen with one year remaining on his three-year contract.
Dreessen failed a physical after having had three knee surgeries over the past two offseasons.
The Coloradan and CSU alum might have been a cap casualty anyway, but his knee issues are apparently severe enough for him to have missed the season.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! A week ago, John Elway relaxed his deadline for extending Demaryius and Julius Thomas.
Having originally set the beginning of camp as his target date, Elway told Lindsay Jones that he was willing to negotiate into the preseason.
But according to Mike Klis, there's been little or no progress toward a contract extension with either player.
Anytime a person makes a football statement about “how the game is played today,” or “that won’t work in the modern NFL,” it's safe to assume that person probably doesn’t know what they’re talking about.
They’re probably being myopic, and they’re definitely being naïve, because nothing stays the same for very long, nothing is ever really passé, and at the same time, there’s really nothing new under the sun.
In a schematic sense, the NFL is, and always has been, extremely dynamic, in a very particular way; it’s entirely reactive and cyclical.
That may seem disappointing, but there's some logic to being reactive; if you don’t react to the changing schematic landscape, you are probably the Oakland Raiders of 2003 to 2012.
Just a quick programming note - we posted a new Sporcle quiz last night, covering the Broncos' 1,000-yard receivers.
Also, we've updated all of our previous quizzes to reflect results through the 2013 season.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! The dead season is just about over, as players will report to Dove Valley for physicals on Wednesday.
According to Mike Klis, several players are expected to be on the preseason PUP list when camp begins on Thursday.
Von Miller, Chris Harris, Kevin Vickerson, and Joel Dreessen are all coming back from offseason surgeries.
A commenter recently slammed me for having a continuing interest in the tight end position. Properly used, I’d said, it’s a major way to improve your offense. The commenter responded that the position is nearly useless and will be phased out over the next decade.
In return, I noted Sid Gillman’s point that having two good TEs can let a team control the middle of the field. No shots were fired, but no agreement was reached, either.
The New England Patriots recently had two very good tight ends who did a lot of damage to opposing defenses, prompting teams to start looking at the position in earnest. The demand for good tight ends went up like a helium balloon. Rumors of the position’s demise were exaggerated. Having multiple effective tight ends is strongly back in vogue.