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Broncos sign third-rounder Isaac Yiadom

The Broncos are down to two unsigned players in their 2018 draft class. Mike Klis of KUSA reports that cornerback Isaac Yiadom has agreed to a deal with the team. Yiadom was a third-round pick last month and has the standard four-year deal for players drafted after the first round. Yiadom had 110 tackles, three [more]

Report: Broncos had former 76ers G.M. Sam Hinkie in for a consultation

“Trust the process” has become a popular phrase around the sports world over the last couple of years after the¬†Philadelphia 76ers adopted it as a mantra during a long rebuilding project. Among those who used the phrase was Broncos coach Vance Joseph, who uttered the words during the eight-game losing streak that sank their 2017 [more]

Brandon Marshall: “Disgusting” to say people should stand for anthem or leave U.S.

Responses to the NFL’s anthem policy continue to roll in on Thursday and President Trump’s suggestion that those who don’t stand for the playing of the song should “maybe” leave the country was also a topic of discussion for Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall. Marshall took a knee during the anthem for part of the 2016 [more]

Jake Butt feels “strongest I’ve ever been”

The Broncos got a total of 50 catches from tight ends last season which is equal to the amount of catches that the Jets got from Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Twelve other tight ends posted more catches than that and the Broncos’ hopes of better offensive output across the board in 2018 would be improved if they [more]

Broncos bring in Howard Mudd as consultant during OTAs

As the Broncos try to improve their offensive, they need to improve their offensive line. And they’ll try to do that with the assistance of one of the best offensive line coaches the NFL has ever seen. Via Mike Klis of 9news.com, Howard Mudd is serving as a consultant to the Broncos during Organized Team [more]

Broncos think contract will motivate Shane Ray

The Broncos surprised outside linebacker Shane Ray this month when they informed him they won’t be picking up the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. They hope that surprise turns into a wakeup call. Broncos coach Vance Joseph said he believes Ray is reacting the right way, motivated by the possibility of getting a bigger [more]

Robert Kraft being deposed in Colin Kaepernick collusion case

Earlier this week, Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway was deposed in the Colin Kaepernick collusion case. Next up is Patriots owner Robert Kraft, according to TMZ Sports. The former 49ers quarterback attended the sessions with Elway and Texans owner Bob McNair, among others. There is no word on whether he will sit in on [more]

Only 76 draft picks remain unsigned three weeks after draft

The days of lengthy training camp holdouts for draft picks has long since passed (unless you’re Joey Bosa) given the current rookie contract slotting system in place with the current Collective Bargaining Agreement. Just three weeks since the NFL Draft came to an end, the vast majority of draft picks have already signed their rookie [more]

Broncos sign undrafted QB Nick Stevens

The Broncos stayed local to expand their quarterback group to four players on Thursday. Former Colorado State quarterback Nick Stevens has signed a contract with the team. He joins Case Keenum, Paxton Lynch and Chad Kelly on the 90-man roster in Denver. Stevens tried out during rookie minicamps in Green Bay and Washington after going [more]

John Elway the latest to be deposed in Colin Kaepernick collusion case

Denver Broncos General Manager and Vice President of Football Operations John Elway is the latest NFL executive to be questioned in regards to Colin Kaepernick‘s ongoing collusion case against the NFL. According to Mike Klis of 9NEWS, Elway was deposed at Broncos team headquarters on Tuesday. Elway joins Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Houston Texans [more]

Report: Lowell Lotulelei retiring from football

Utah nose tackle Lowell Lotulelei was one of eight players to sign with the Denver Broncos as an undrafted free agent immediately following the draft earlier this month. However, Lotulelei’s NFL career has turned out to be rather brief. According to Tony Pauline of DraftAnalyst.com, Lotulelei informed the Broncos of his intention to retire from [more]

After ugly accident, De’Angelo Henderson feels fortunate to be ready to play

Broncos running back De'Angelo Henderson is feeling fortunate to be alive — and ready to play football — after he was in what could have been a serious accident. Henderson wrote on Instagram that he is dealing with only minor injuries and expects to be ready to participate in Denver’s Organized Team Activities. “With OTAs [more]

Broncos RB De’Angelo Henderson OK after car accident

Broncos running back De'Angelo Henderson was involved in a car accident on Saturday night, but avoided any severe injuries. Team spokesman Patrick Smyth announced on Monday that Henderson was taken to the hospital as a precaution and released after suffering minor injuries. Henderson was at the Broncos facility on Monday and is expected to participate [more]

Vance Joseph: Paxton Lynch can relax, learn from Case Keenum

The Broncos picked quarterback Paxton Lynch in the first round of the 2016 draft and gave him a chance to win the starting quarterback job the last two years. Lynch didn’t win the job either time and the Broncos signed Case Keenum as a free agent this offseason to end thoughts of another quarterback competition. [more]

Chad Kelly readying to compete for Broncos’ backup job

Chad Kelly has stuck to chicken and spinach, while getting back to his college playing weight. He also has spent time working on his game with a Hall of Fame quarterback, a Super Bowl-winning quarterback and a quarterback whisperer. The Broncos are giving Kelly, a seventh-round pick in 2017, a chance to compete with Paxton [more]

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