Broncos head coach John Fox made at least one revealing statement in talking to the media on Thursday: Kyle Orton is his starting quarterback, and Tim Tebow is the backup.
The Broncos agreed to a four-year contract with CB Champ Bailey, executive vice president of football operations John Elway announced.
After experiencing an up-and-down 2010, Denver ORT Ryan Harris poses a difficult free-agent decision for the team, according to AFC Whispers.
Matt Cassel had a sparkling 27-7 touchdown-to-interception ratio in directing the Chiefs to a surprising first-place finish in the AFC West.
The Broncos have recently re-opened contract talks with veteran CB Champ Bailey, but the way we hear it, the two sides are not close to reaching a deal.
The Broncos are in contract discussions with CB Champ Bailey, according to the Denver Post.
Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas, who just finished his rookie season, tore his Achilles tendon during an offseason workout in Atlanta and is expected to be out 6-8 months.
Although he may give Denver its best chance of winning in 2011, QB Kyle Orton is unlikely to return because of the fans' preference for Tim Tebow, according to AFC Whispers.
The Broncos have finished compiling their coaching staff for the upcoming campaign and are now in the process of evaluating their own roster before moving forward with free agency and draft strategies.
Broncos scout Cornell Green has been named the AFC Scout of the Year by the Fritz Pollard Alliance.
All signs point toward the Broncos running a 4-3 defense, with both head coach John Fox and defensive coordinator Dennis Allen being more familiar with that scheme, but the Broncos have yet to publicly announce their defensive strategy.
John Fox's coaching staff with the Broncos is complete, as he hired two more assistants on Thursday.
Although Neal Dahlen is the only man with seven Super Bowl rings, his legacy has been forgotten. And it perhaps never was fully appreciated in the first place.
The Broncos have added coaches Ron Milus and Richard Smith to their coaching staff.
New Broncos head coach John Fox hired Saints secondary coach Dennis Allen as the team's new defensive coordinator on Monday.