Broncos Rumors & News

  • Elway slights Osweiler, Texans: Best deals often ones you don't make

    Bleacher Report "Brock Osweiler played an integral role in helping the Denver Broncos stay afloat during the regular season last year after Peyton Manning battled poor performance and injuries, but the team opted not to re-sign the quarterback despite its need at the position coming into 2016. During a radio..." September 24

  • Broncos QB Trevor Siemian needs to make better decisions

    ESPN "With every throw Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian makes in his first season as a starter, school is in session. And on the syllabus is a section about decision-making. He has thrown three interceptions in his two career NFL starts. All three have been snagged by a leaping defender who..." September 24

  • Von Miller credits Dancing with the starts to his hot start

    The Comeback "Von Miller was the Super Bowl MVP at Super Bowl 50, but he doesn’t credit his big performance in February to his success in 2016. Instead he credits his performance in a different arena to his recent success. During the past offseason, Miller appeared on the famous “Dancing With the Stars” TV..." September 24

  • Broncos rule out tight end Virgil Green

    Pro Football Talk "When the Broncos leave Denver for their first true road game since December 20, several players won’t be joining them. In addition to linebacker DeMarcus Ware and guard Donald Stephenson, starting tight end Virgil Green has been ruled out for the game, via CBS 4 in Denver." September 23

  • Miami police investigating alleged July incident between Broncos’ Brandon Marshall, officers

    Denver Post "An alleged incident with police in Florida over the summer that played into the decision of Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall to kneel during the National Anthem before games is being investigated by Miami police. Marshall has talked about an alleged run-in with Miami police on the night of..." September 23

  • Von Miller: “I’m with Colin Kaepernick, Brandon Marshall, all those guys, 100 percent”

    247 Sports "Touching on the controversy surrounding the National Anthem, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller on Thursday gave his stance on the matter. Following practice, the Broncos' superstar sided with Colin Kaepernick and teammate Brandon Marshall, saying he's with them "100 percent."" September 23

  • Aqib Talib believes Denver offense is “10 times better” than last year

    Pro Football Talk "Last year, the Denver Broncos were quarterbacked by a soon-to-be first ballot Hall of Famer and won the Super Bowl. This year, they’re quarterbacked by Trevor Siemian, a former seventh-round pick from Northwestern. But despite going from Peyton Manning – one of the most proficient..." September 23

  • Emmanuel Sanders, Demaryius Thomas want to be busier, and win

    ESPN "There is indeed just one ball to go around, but the Denver Broncos' top two receivers would like to see it come their way a little more. In what is a small ripple in the Broncos' 2-0 pond, the team's top two passes catchers -- Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders -- find themselves in..." September 22

  • Why are NFL ratings plummeting this season?

    Sportsnaut "The National Football League remains the single most watched entity in North American professional sports. It’s not necessarily close. Really, the other three major sports leagues are simply battling for second place. Take the 2015 calendar year as an example of this. According to Sports..." September 21

  • Broncos' Von Miller among NFL Players of the Week

    NFL.com "Von Miller abused Joe Reitz on Sunday, and it was enough to help him earn AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. The Broncos outside linebacker took matters into his own hands with his team clinging to a six-point lead following a nice comeback engineered by Colts quarterback Andrew Luck...." September 21

  • Coaches complained about lack of offensive holding calls in Week One

    Pro Football Talk "Most coaches complain when too many penalties are called. Following Week One of the 2016 regular season, many coaches complained about the absence of one specific type of penalty. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, complaints arose from the absence of holding calls. And for good..." September 21

  • Broncos re-sign safety Shiloh Keo, just 3 days after releasing him

    Today's Pigskin "The Denver Broncos must have changed their mind about safety Shiloh Keo. On Tuesday, just three days after releasing him, Denver re-signed the veteran defensive back. The Broncos first announced on Sunday afternoon that Keo had been released from the team in surprising fashion. The Broncos were..." September 21

  • Former Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman visits Chargers

    Today's Pigskin "The San Diego Chargers are wasting no time in their attempt to find running back help with Danny Woodhead now out for the season. On Tuesday, former Denver Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman visited with the team. The news comes on the heels of discovering that Woodhead would miss the..." September 20

  • Brandon Marshall comments on Terence Crutcher

    Sportsnaut "Terence Crutcher was shot and killed by Tulsa police on September 16. Video has since emerged that shows he had his hands in the air, and police have confirmed he was unarmed. Tragically, this isn’t the first, second or third time this has happened in 2016, and it is incidents like this that..." September 20

  • Denver's DeMarcus Ware fractures forearm in win over Colts

    ESPN "Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware fractured his right forearm, and the team will try to determine Monday what that injury will mean for his 2016 season. Ware suffered a fracture to his ulna bone, the smaller bone of the forearm that is on the side of the arm opposite of the thumb, early..." September 19

  • Donald Stephenson out 2-3 weeks with calf injury

    247 Sports "DeMarcus Ware isn't the only injured player the Broncos are concerned with. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, starting right tackle Donald Stephenson will be sidelined for the next 2-3 weeks with a calf injury. The good news? It could've been much worse." September 19

  • DeMarcus Ware to undergo surgery on broken arm

    NFL.com "Sunday's victory over the Indianapolis Colts was costly one for the Denver Broncos. Star pass rusher DeMarcus Ware suffered an ulna fracture near his elbow, coach Gary Kubiak revealed after the game. Ware is set to undergo surgery on Tuesday and is expected to miss four to five weeks, Kubiak..." September 19

  • Aqib Talib's pick-six in Broncos' win caps improbable journey

    NFL.com "The ball came spiraling off of Andrew Luck's right hand, and Aqib Talib saw it all play out in front of him: the interception, the runback, the joyous celebration in the north end zone of a pick-six that would turn a tense game with the Indianapolis Colts into another Mile High..." September 19

  • Demaryius Thomas vents about Broncos offense

    Sportsnaut "Well that didn’t take long. Just two games into the Trevor Siemian era, Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas is less than pleased. While the Pro Bowl receiver isn’t calling out Siemian by name, the following comments strongly suggest he is frustrated by the way things have gone with the..." September 19

  • Broncos' Ware out three weeks with broken forearm

    TSN "The Denver Broncos will be without outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware for the next three weeks at least, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Ware suffered the injury in the Broncos' 34-20 win over the Indianapolis Colts Sunday. " September 19

  • Defense secures Broncos' 34-20 win over Colts

    The Sports Xchange "DENVER -- Cornerback Aqib Talib gave the Denver Broncos some breathing room and outside linebacker Von Miller slammed the door on another win. Miller sacked Andrew Luck and forced a fumble that teammate Shane Ray returned 15 yards for a touchdown as the Broncos benefited from two defensive..." September 18

  • Aqib Talib not expected to face league discipline from shooting

    Pro Football Talk "When last we heard about Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib’s offseason shooting, both Dallas police and the NFL were said to have ongoing investigations into what happened before a bullet found its way into Talib’s leg. Talib was shot in June and told police that he didn’t know who shot him,..." September 18

  • Broncos’ WR Demaryius Thomas expected to play through hip issue

    Today's Pigskin "Though the Broncos won’t know for sure until he goes through his warmups, they expect wideout Demaryius Thomas to take the field for today’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. He may not feel great, as he can’t shake the hip issue he’s been dealing with, but he’s expected to play. Denver doesn’t..." September 18

  • With C.J. Anderson and an improved front, Broncos offense plans to be “road graders, bulldozers”

    Denver Post "Sometime between training camp and the start of the regular season, when the Broncos were searching for a starting quarterback and an offensive identity, a couple of the offensive linemen had an idea about altering their approach. “Our attitude changed. We wanted to be road graders,..." September 17

  • Broncos will go to the wire to decide on injured Demaryius Thomas against the Colts

    Denver Post "The Broncos will walk to the wire Sunday before deciding what to do with injured wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. Denver coach Gary Kubiak on Friday listed Thomas (hip), along with defensive end Derek Wolfe (neck) and offensive lineman Ty Sambrailo (ankle), as questionable to play against the..." September 17

  • Broncos Release S Shiloh Keo From Suspended List

    NFL Trade Rumors "According to Mike Klis, the Broncos have released S Shiloh Keo from their suspended list, making him an unrestricted free agent. Back in July, Keo plead guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge stemming from his arrest in February, according to TMZ. In exchange for his plea, Keo received one year..." September 17

  • Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas playing through hip injury

    UPI "Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has been limited in practice this week but expects to play through a left hip injury against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Thomas was injured on a 6-yard catch in the first quarter of the Broncos' season-opening 21-20 win over the Carolina..." September 16

  • Broncos' Thomas, Wolfe questionable vs. Colts

    DenverBroncos.com "Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas practiced for a third consecutive day and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts. Thomas has been dealing with a hip injury that flared up last week, but he played through it. He saw limited work Wednesday and Thursday, working about..." September 16

  • Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas sidelined again with injury: “You pray about it and hope nothing freaky happens”

    Denver Post "Demaryius Thomas again stood on the sideline twice as long as he practiced Thursday at Broncos headquarters. The veteran wide receiver tried to shrug off the seriousness of a left hip injury. But a full week after first suffering pain, the hurt is lingering. “It’s something that I’ve been..." September 16

  • 'Harambe' back in business after temporary jersey ban

    ESPN "Fans who want to customize their favorite team's jersey with "Harambe" on the back can do so once again as of Thursday, after the word mistakenly appeared on a retailer's list of banned words. ESPN has learned that an official with a Major League Baseball team, concerned that fans were..." September 15

  • Harambe's legacy not respected by NFL Shop

    Sporting News "There are plenty of names you can't put on the back of jerseys at NFL Shop. BuzzFeed compiled a list of 50, and it includes names such as Ron Mexico (Michael Vick's alias), Carruth (as in Rae Carruth, the NFL player who conspired to murder his pregnant wife), He Hate Me (the popular XFL jersey)..." September 14

  • Demaryius Thomas “sore,” but gets in limited practice

    Pro Football Talk "Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Monday that he expected wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to be on the practice field Wednesday despite a hip injury that he suffered in last Thursday’s victory over the Panthers. Thomas didn’t take part in the team’s practice on Monday after reportedly having an MRI..." September 14

  • Broncos' Brandon Marshall Vows to Donate $300 Per Tackle to Community Organizations

    Complex "Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall made headlines last Thursday night after he decided to follow Colin Kaepernick’s lead and kneel during the national anthem prior to the Broncos’ season-opening game against the Panthers. He lost endorsements as a result of it, but despite the backlash he has..." September 14

  • Broncos' Brandon Marshall being offered new endorsement deal by Russell Simmons

    USA Today "Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall has lost two endorsement deals in wake of his decision not to stand during the national anthem in an effort to protest to social injustice, but he has also gained a new one. Music mogul Russell Simmons is offering Marshall a deal with one of his..." September 14

  • Roger Goodell says eliminating kickoffs remains possible if the NFL can’t make them safer

    Washington Post "The NFL has enacted rule changes to try to make the kickoff safer for players. That effort will continue with further safety-related tinkering with the play, according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. But if such maneuvers fail, the elimination of the kickoff from the sport remains a future..." September 14

  • The NFL's Most Valuable Teams 2016

    Forbes.com "Relocation and new stadiums drove NFL team values 19% higher over the past year, to an average of $2.34 billion. The Rams doubled in value, to $2.9 billion, after moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles. The Rams are scheduled to play three seasons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before..." September 14

  • Broncos get slap on the wrist for illegal hits, will only get basic fines

    USA Today "Carolina Panthers fans are going to be outraged on this one. The Denver Broncos’ players involved in illegal head shots on Cam Newton are not going to be punished too badly. Both Broncos’ linebacker Brandon Marshall and safety Darian Stewart will not see a suspension and will get standard..." September 14

  • NFL to launch new $100 million concussion initiatives to improve player safety

    Washington Post "The NFL is launching a new set of concussion-related initiatives under which the league will devote $60 million to technological development, aimed in part at improving helmets for players, and an additional $40 million toward funding medical research into the effects of head injuries,..." September 14

  • Broncos release Garrett Graham from IR

    Today's Pigskin "Garrett Graham timed his one quality NFL season well, parlaying a solid 2013 campaign into a nice contract. But since then, it’s been downhill for the veteran tight end. The Broncos became the second team to cut Graham this year; the defending champions made the move to release the 30-year-old..." September 13

  • Lady Gaga Reportedly in Talks to Perform at Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show

    Complex "Lady Gaga is reportedly in talks to play the Super Bowl 51 halftime show in Houston in February 2017. According to Billboard, the singer could clinch the biggest stage of the year because the NFL was impressed by her performance of The Star-Spangled Banner at the 2016 Super Bowl. The last year..." September 13

  • NFL tabs Sam Rapoport to help open job 'pipeline' for women at team level

    ESPN "The NFL has created a position to address the lack of women in coaching and scouting roles at the team level and named former women's football pro tackle player Sam Rapoport as director of football development. Rapoport's role will be to identify women who are knowledgeable about the game and..." September 13

  • Broncos' Brandon Marshall says he'll meet with Denver's police chief

    CBS Sports "Brandon Marshall has an important meeting scheduled for Tuesday. So, naturally, he asked Twitter for help. According to the Broncos' linebacker, he has a meeting with the Denver police chief. Marshall joined Colin Kaepernick's protest before the first game of the NFL season on Thursday night by..." September 13

  • Broncos expect Demaryius Thomas to practice Wednesday, hopeful he can play vs. Colts

    NBC News 9 Colorado "The Denver Broncos are hopeful receiver Demaryius Thomas can recover from his sore hip in time to play Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Thomas confirmed Monday he hurt his hip after making a 6-yard catch down the right sideline with less than 3 minutes remaining in the first quarter of..." September 13

  • Donald Trump Wants All NFL Protesters to Leave America

    Black Sports Online "Remember Donald Trump’s campaign slogan is “Make America Great Again”. That means he obviously thinks America isn’t that great at the moment, so it is quite ironic that he wants others who have problems with the country to leave, but not himself. “Well, I think it’s a lack of respect for our..." September 12

  • Debunking the “Cam ducked his head” nonsense

    Pro Football Talk "Thursday night’s shades-of-Bountygate attack on Cam Newton by the Broncos included among other illegal hits a helmet-to-helmet blow initiated by Denver safety Darian Stewart. Since the game ended, a theory has emerged that the hit complied with the rules because Newton ducked his head, setting up..." September 11

  • Demaryius Thomas getting second opinion of MRI on hip injury

    ABC News " Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, who suffered a hip injury Thursday night, underwent an MRI on his hip Friday that now will be sent out for a second opinion, according to league sources. But there is some concern that Thomas could miss some time, depending on the second opinion." September 11

  • Derek Wolfe: Refs Let Panthers OL 'Get Away with Murder'

    Bleacher Report "Denver defensive lineman Derek Wolfe got through Thursday night’s season opener despite suffering a stinger and a series of hits to the face that made this the dirtiest game he has ever played in. As he starts his fifth season in the NFL after earning a four-year, $36.7 million contract..." September 11

  • Kubiak disagrees with call that kept Carolina’s last drive alive

    Pro Football Talk "Before Graham Gano missed a potential game-winning field goal and before the questionable decision to not call for a concussion evaluation of Cam Newton, Carolina kept the final drive of Thursday night’s game alive by converting a fourth-and-21 play, without the assistance of Freddie..." September 10

  • Broncos' Marshall: My patriotism shouldn't be in question

    Pro Football Talk "The NFL, which officially will not require players to stand for the national anthem, unofficially has linked standing with patriotism, which by implication means that anyone who sits or kneels isn’t patriotic. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith has taken issue with this in relation to..." September 10

  • NFL admits the obvious: Marshall got away with illegal hit on Cam

    247 Sports "It's a little late now, but the NFL has stated last night's officiating crew should've thrown a flag on Brandon Marshall's second-half helmet-to-helmet hit on Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton, according to a report." September 10