Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver finished training camp with an unpadded practice on Friday and will continue the preseason Sunday afternoon in San Francisco.
Going forward, weekly practice schedules will largely mirror the regular season format.
Friday's was a rough session for Brock Osweiler, who figures to get plenty more playing time tomorrow.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! The team received some good news on Thursday, as C.J. Anderson was cleared from his concussion in time to practice.
According to Anderson, it's the first concussion he's ever suffered.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the NFL may increase punishments for domestic abusers.
Reacting to intense criticism of Ray Rice's two-game ban, the league is considering a four- to six-game penalty for first offenders, and a one-year suspension for repeat abusers.
These changes would reportedly be implemented within a matter of weeks; the NFLPA has reportedly not been involved in the process.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Fortunately, Danny Trevathan's leg fracture will not require surgery.
A worse case would have involved pins and screws, and/or ligament tear(s).
In his stead, Brandon Marshall will get the first chance to start at the Will, with rookie Lamin Barrow behind him.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The team returned to practice Monday, after a day off on Sunday.
Jacob Tamme was excused for personal reasons, while Emmanuel Sanders, C.J. Anderson, and Montee Ball were among those held out.
With Ball and Anderson out, Juwan Thompson got in some quality reps with Peyton Manning and the starters.
Malik Jackson was the apparent star of the day, even picking off Manning along the way.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Let's open with some key points from Peter King's latest MMQB column:
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Several notable rookies made their preseason debuts this weekend.
Houston linebacker Jadeveon Clowney flashed some of what made him the first overall pick, but had some rough moments as well.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The NCAA and its shamateurism were dealt a serious legal blow on Friday.
A federal judge ruled that the organization's ban on compensating athletes is a violation of antitrust laws, blasting several holes in its contradictory claims along the way.
This, of course, was the O'Bannon case, in which the NCAA laughably tried to defend its use of player images for profit, while not sharing said profits with said players.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Let's kick off this sleep-deprived Lard with a programming note-slash-reminder.
Each week, be sure to keep checking the game recap, as we continually update it with plenty of links (articles, quotes, videos) along the way.
The idea is to have everything together, so that at any point (later in the year, or years later), you can find coverage of any game in one spot.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Yes, tonight's game is just the preseason, and even the regular season rematch will only mean so much.
Some players, like Omar Bolden and Kevin Vickerson, admit there is some meaning in the game.
As always, the primary goal is to emerge healthily.