The Denver Broncos have a new coaching staff and plenty of new faces on their roster.

But when coach Gary Kubiak addressed the team Monday -- the first day of the Broncos' offseason program -- it was clear the championship expectations the team has carried over much of the last three seasons are still around.

"The message was definitely world championship from the start," Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said Monday. "That's what [executive vice president of football operations/general manager John] Elway wants. The focus is bringing a world championship to this city.

"We want to get back there and we want to win it. The main focus of this group is to win a Super Bowl. That's the expectation. If we don't bring a Super Bowl to this city this year, then it's a bust season."

Monday was the first chance for Kubiak to meet with the players as a group since he was hired this past January. And, as he did when Elway formally introduced him as the team's new coach three months ago, Kubiak took the opportunity to remind Broncos players he won't be stepping back from the championship expectations.