Despite wholesale changes made in the offseason, the result was essentially the same for Denver on Monday night.
Sebastian Janikowski tied an NFL record with a 63-yard field goal, and Oakland beat Denver 23-20 Monday night in an AFC West matchup.
Surrounded by former first-round picks, MLB Joe Mays will play an important role for the Broncos' defense.
Denver believes that WR Demaryius Thomas will be able to return from his torn Achilles tendon and be effective in the first six weeks, according to our AFC Whispers.
The Broncos have trimmed their roster releasing 24 players on Saturday afternoon.
The Denver Post is reporting that Broncos CB Syd'Quan Thompson has been lost for the season after tearing his right Achilles in Thursday night's preseason game against the Cardinals.
Rich Bartel completed 12 of 16 passes for 216 yards and two touchdowns in the first half of Arizona's 26-7 win over Denver on Thursday night.
Denver made a lot of changes in the offseason, but not at quarterback, where Kyle Orton returns as the starter. See how the Broncos stack up for 2011 in our position-by-position preview.
Former Patriots and Broncos RB Laurence Maroney was acquitted on a misdemeanor marijuana charge in St. Louis.
Rookies around the NFL, such as Broncos OLB Von Miller, are getting their chances to impress; a bad call goes in Michael Vick's favor and more.
Broncos OLB D. J. Williams will miss three-to-four weeks with a right elbow injury suffered in the team's third preseason game.
Kyle Orton led Denver back from a shaky start with two touchdown drives and the Broncos' defense throttled Tarvaris Jackson in a 23-20 win over Seattle on Saturday night.
Broncos rookie S Rahim Moore has been fined $20,000 for his hit on Bills WR Donald Jones in Saturday's preseason game.
Kyle Orton has been officially announced as the Broncos starting quarterback for Week One. The team opens at home vs. the Raiders on "Monday Night Football" on Sept. 12.
Broncos S Rahim Moore said the knockout hit he delivered to Bills WR Donald Jones was not illegal.