Posted Tue Mar 13th by Jon Heath
Free agent safety Brandon Meriweather will visit the Denver Broncos on Tuesday evening, according to ESPN‘s Adam Schefter. Meriweather, 28, spent last season with the Chicago Bears. Safety remains a position of need for Denver and Meriweather would help add depth and experience to the Broncos’ secondary. A former first round draft pick, Meriweather spent [...]
Posted Tue Mar 13th by Jon Heath
The 2012 NFL Year and Free Agency signing period starts this afternoon at 2:00 p.m. (MT), and the Denver Broncos are expected to be right in the thick of things. The team’s first priority is to re-sign sixth-year defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley, who is coming off of his first season in Denver and second-best season [...]
Posted Wed Mar 7th by Jon Heath
If former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning signed with the Denver Broncos, the team would have to un-retire Frank Tripucka‘s former number, or Manning would have to pick a new number. But will that even happen? According to several sources, including ESPN‘s Adam Schefter and MaxDenver.com’s Andrew Mason, there is a real possibility that Manning could land in [...]
Posted Thu Feb 23rd by Ian Henson
Yesterday Fox Sport’s Adam Shein had an interesting quote that gained little ground around Denver, but sure rang loudly around these parts, One team Lloyd rules out via free agency is a return to Denver, citing “style of offense”. Hmmm… — Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) February 22, 2012 Brandon Lloyd of course left abruptly after playing [...]
Posted Thu Feb 16th by Monty
The Broncos signed free agent wide receiver Jason Hill Wednesday. [First and Orange] Hill, who had more catches and yards than Eddie Royal last year, was cut from Jacksonville a day after Jack Del Rio was fired. Interesting… [MaxDenver] The locals won the red battle at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. [Denver Post] The [...]
Posted Tue Feb 14th by Ian Henson
Much was made about Tebow’s ability to complete passes in 2011, not much was made about the Broncos receivers’ ability to catch them.
Overheard once in a Denver press box in regards to Tebow’s unique throwing style and the ability to hang on to said ball, “Have you ever caught a knuckleball?” Touché anonymous man, touché.
Given that Thomas and Decker have both spent two seasons more or less catching Tebow’s passes–unique or not– they should have the apparent uncanny ability to do so. It did look as though Brandon Marshall had returned to the lineup at several points in the season during last minute Tebow drives however.
Posted Mon Feb 13th by Monty
Thanks to a new CBA provision that allows teams to carry over cap space year-to-year, the Denver Broncos could really open Pat Bowlen‘s checkbook, if they want to. [ProFootballTalk] Andrew Mason checks in with a look at the Broncos’ offseason priorities. [Sporting News] Speed on defense is a priority. [Denver Post] Eddie Royal talks about [...]
Posted Thu Feb 9th by Jon Heath
The NFL’s 2012 free agency signing period is scheduled to begin on March 14th at 4 (p.m.). As a primer, we’ll look at five offensive free agents today that we think the Denver Broncos should consider. Tomorrow, we’ll look at five defensive free agents the Broncos should look to sign. Name: John Carlson Height, Weight: 6-5, 251 Position: [...]
Posted Wed Feb 1st by Jon Heath
Entering the 2012 off-season, the Denver Broncos will have a lot of decisions to make. Among those decisions will be which unrestricted free agents (UFA’s) to re-sign with new contracts. A UFA is a player whose current contract has expired, freeing up that player to sign with any team he chooses. The Broncos have nineteen [...]
Posted Sat Jan 14th by Josh Temple
Right from the get go the Divisional Round match up started out ugly for Denver, especially it’s secondary. Tom Brady came out of the gate with a 7 yard touchdown pass to Wes Welker and finished with 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. The one INT was a bright spot for the Broncos defense with Quinton Carter being [...]