Broncos Rumors & News

  • Aqib Talib, DeMarcus Ware questionable for Broncos

    Pro Football Talk "An interesting week for Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware could end with his return to the lineup against the Chargers. Ware’s week started on a down note when he returned home from the team’s Monday night win to find that his house had been burglarized. Things started turning up from there,..." October 28

  • Broncos RB C.J. Anderson has knee surgery, could return in as soon as four weeks

    ESPN "Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson could return in as little as four weeks after having a minor arthroscopic procedure to repair the meniscus in his right knee, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday. Anderson, who is out indefinitely, tweeted about the surgery Friday..." October 28

  • C.J. Anderson declares surgery “a super success”

    Pro Football Talk "NFL players almost always refer to every surgery as “a success.” Broncos running back C.J. Anderson has gone a bit further than that. Anderson, who had surgery to repair a torn meniscus on Thursday, wrote on Twitter this morning that his surgery was not just a success but “a super..." October 28

  • C.J. Anderson Refutes Report He’s Done For Season On Twitter, Then Deletes Tweet

    CBS Denver "C.J. Anderson appears to be upset by a report from that states the Broncos running back is going to be unable to play for the rest of the season due to his knee injury. First Ian Rapoport tweeted: “RB CJ Anderson has told people close to him that he’s done for the year, I am told...." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson (knee) to have surgery, will go on IR "The Denver Broncos received bad injury news on C.J. Anderson. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the running back told people close to him that he's done for the season. Rapoport added, per a source informed of the situation, that Anderson will have an arthroscopic procedure on his..." October 27

  • Poll finds anthem protests hurting NFL ratings

    ESPN "A variety of factors are leading to fans watching NFL games for fewer minutes this season, but a poll taken this week suggests that protests over the national anthem are the most dominant factor. In a Seton Hall Sports Poll released Thursday, 56 percent of those surveyed said they believed fans..." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson undergoing further tests, strong possibility of missing time

    Denver Post "Broncos running back C.J. Anderson is undergoing further tests on his right knee and, while nothing is finalized, there is a strong possibility he could miss extended time. Anderson injured his knee on the final play of the first quarter Monday night against the Texans. He stayed on the ground..." October 27

  • Goodell defends NFL policies, says league has ‘made tremendous progress’ on domestic violence

    New York Daily News "Giants president and chief executive officer John Mara admitted this week to his and the team's "misguided decisions" with regard to ex-kicker Josh Brown's domestic violence case. But NFL commissioner Roger Goodell offered up no such contrition Wednesday night when he made his first public..." October 27

  • Denver police apprehend suspects in DeMarcus Ware burglary

    Pro Football Talk "Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware returned home from the team’s Monday night game to find that his home had been burglarized, something he announced on social media along with a mention of the cameras he has installed in his house. Since the burglars opted not to use masks while helping..." October 27

  • C.J. Anderson getting evaluated for knee injury

    NBC News 9 Colorado "As the Denver Broncos begin preparations for their game Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, one player will be absent from practice Wednesday. Running back C.J. Anderson is currently getting a second medical opinion on a right knee injury, sources told 9NEWS. Anderson suffered during the..." October 26

  • DeMarcus Ware’s House Robbed While He Was at Game, But Ware Has a Surprise For Crooks

    Black Sports Online "These crooks thought they had it all planned out. While Ware was at the stadium they would rob his house and make a clean getaway. They stole a bunch of stuff including Ware’s Super Bowl ring, but they didn’t account for this. These crooks thought they had it all planned out. While..." October 26

  • DeMarcus Ware's Super Bowl ring reportedly stolen "Broncos pass rusher DeMarcus Ware needs some help getting his Super Bowl 50 championship ring back. Upon returning from a Monday Night Football win over Brock Osweiler and the Texans, the future Hall of Fame defensive end and linebacker found his house had been burglarized. Ware shared the news..." October 26

  • Kubiak plans to keep using C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker

    Pro Football Talk "On Monday night, the Broncos finally rediscovered their running game, with C.J. Anderson gaining 107 yards on 16 carries and Devontae Booker gaining 83 yards on 17 attempts. Will that approach continue for the 5-2 team? “I sure hope so,” coach Gary Kubiak told reporters on Tuesday...." October 26

  • Siemian, Broncos ruin Osweiler's homecoming

    The Sports Xchange "DENVER -- The lone holdover quarterback from the Denver Broncos' championship season got the better of the one who got away. Trevor Siemian threw for a touchdown and guided four other scoring drives, and the Broncos' defense shut down Brock Osweiler in his return to Denver in a 27-9 win over..." October 25

  • Broncos Trade 2017 5th-Rd Pick To Patriots For TE A.J. Derby

    NFL Trade Rumors "Adam Schefter is reporting that the Broncos have traded a 2017 draft pick to the Patriots in return for TE A.J. Derby. Field Yates confirms the report and adds that the Patriots will receive a 2017 fifth-round pick in return for Derby. “A.J. is a young tight end who can help us immediately,”..." October 25

  • Broncos ‘growing frustrated’ with Demaryius Thomas

    Larry Brown Sports "Demaryius Thomas is one of the most physically gifted wide receivers in football, but he has a tendency to lose focus when he is not heavily involved in the game plan. That has reportedly become a source of frustration for the Denver Broncos. According to Jason Cole of Bleacher report, the..." October 25

  • There Are No Elite Teams in 2016

    The Ringer "For the first time in weeks, the NFL was the only show in town on Sunday night. With the World Series matchup set and the three presidential debates mercifully a thing of the past, Sunday Night Football took center stage as the weekend wound to a close. What followed was a game that will likely be..." October 25

  • Fan dies after falling from unknown height at Mile High stadium following Broncos game

    Denver Post "A man who fell from from an unknown height at Sports Authority Field at Mile High late Monday has died, the office of the medical examiner confirmed. The man fell at about 9:44 p.m. after the Denver Broncos game ended. Emergency personnel responded to a 911 call for help from the area near..." October 25

  • DeMarcus Ware’s house robbed during Monday night’s game

    Mile High Report "The Denver Broncos earned a big, much-needed win on Monday, taking down Brock Osweiler and the Houston Texans, but it wasn’t all good news in Broncos Country. According to the man himself, someone broke in and robbed DeMarcus Ware‘s house during the Monday Night Football game. While horrible..." October 25

  • Broncos' Talib: Trevor Siemian 'better than Brock' Osweiler

    USA Today "If Monday served as a one-game referendum on John Elway vs. Brock Osweiler, consider the Denver Broncos and their general manager the big winner. The Broncos, with their nasty defense and $525,000 quarterback Trevor Siemian, beat the Houston Texans 27-9 on a night in which Osweiler played the..." October 25

  • Von Miller poses as reporter, asks question at Trevor Siemian press conference

    Larry Brown Sports "Trevor Siemian did enough to lead the Broncos to a win over the Houston Texans Monday night, but it was once again Denver’s defense that stole the show. And Von Miller clearly wanted the unit to be heaped in praise after the game. In order to get the credit he was seeking, Miller crashed..." October 25

  • No, the Broncos’ defense won’t change its identity after two losses

    Denver Post "In a bright orange shirt and a hat to match, Wade Phillips shined like a warning Friday at Dove Valley. The man in charge of the Broncos’ defense is growing, well, defensive. “If you’re wondering about my outfit, I’m going hunting right after this,” he said, joking. “Or I just broke out of..." October 24

  • C.J. Anderson says he’s feeling no pressure

    Denver Post "With a young quarterback, Denver would like to lean on its running game to be the catalyst of the offense. The Broncos started strong rushing for more than 130 yards in their first two games, but they’ve failed to eclipse 90 yards in each of the last four. A leaky offensive line has been at the..." October 23

  • Broncos Trevor Siemian healthier, but offensive improvement starts on first down

    ABC News - Denver "The Broncos can't run. So they can't hide from their issues on the ground. Denver has spiraled from fourth in rushing to 19th overall. Central to the problem is the start of drives. The Broncos average 4.71 yards on first down, which ranks fourth worst in the NFL. Anything less than 5 yards per..." October 22

  • Okung, Latimer await final clearance for Monday night

    Pro Football Talk "As the Broncos prepare to return to prime time, 11 days after a Week Six loss to the Chargers, two of the team’s players await final clearance to return from concussions. Tackle Russell Okung and receiver Cody Latimer are both listed as questionable for Monday night’s game against the Texans...." October 22

  • Goodell blames fans for not understanding NFL’s domestic violence policy

    The Comeback "Roger Goodell gave an interview to BBC Sports, in which he essentially says the league’s handling of domestic violence suspensions is fine. He blames fan ignorance or narrow-mindedness for the perception that he’s not going far enough. Roger Goodell is essentially the man behind the curtain,..." October 22

  • Jon Gruden calls Chris Harris Jr. the most underrated player in the NFL

    Denver Post "The Broncos game against the Houston Texans on Monday night will be full of reunions. Texans players Brock Osweiler, Antonio Smith and Chris Clark return to their old stomping grounds in Denver. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips are among eight coaches that spent..." October 22

  • Broncos' Miller reflects on triple teams creating chances for teammates

    Pro Football Talk "Broncos linebacker Von Miller, with a Super Bowl MVP trophy and a record-setting contract, has drawn plenty of attention from opposing offenses this year. So what’s the worst he has seen? “About three guys, three-and-a-half guys,” Miler said recently on PFT Live. “You know they might motion..." October 22

  • Introduces “Roster Options,” Which Is Basically a Way to Profit Off People Cheating at Fantasy Football

    Total Pro Sports "One of the key components of fantasy football is agonizing over your weekly roster, trying to decide which players are due for a big game and which should remain on the bench. It’s what makes fantasy football gratifying. If we didn’t have to use knowledge and instinct to make tough choices, we..." October 22

  • Osweiler taking lessons from Peyton into matchup against former team "Despite returning to Denver for the first time in a Texans uniform, Brock Osweiler is treating this week the same as last week. Osweiler isn’t thinking of last year's championship run or his departure from the Broncos in free agency. There is no date circled on the calendar. This game is just..." October 21

  • Brock Osweiler thinks the Broncos miss him

    Houston Chronicle "Breaking into a wry smile when asked to react to his former Broncos teammates saying they want to kill him in his high-profile return to Denver with his new team, Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler joked: "It sounds like they miss me." Osweiler acknowledged the significance of him playing..." October 21

  • Kubiak: Trevor Siemian has been much better this week

    ESPN "By the time the Denver Broncos face the Houston Texans on Monday night, they will have had 10 days between games. That has helped quarterback Trevor Siemian's left shoulder heal, and all involved also hope it helps the Broncos' passing game. Siemian, who suffered the injury to his nonthrowing..." October 21

  • The NFL is cracking down hard on illegal celebrations. Players and fans ask, why?

    Washington Post "Twerking? Don’t do it, Antonio Brown. Shooting a fake bow and arrow? No way, Josh Norman and Brandin Cooks. Taking off your helmet? Nope, Odell Beckham Jr. Shooting a jump shot over the crossbar? Forget about it, Vernon Davis. NFL officials are throwing penalty flags for illegal..." October 20

  • Should Broncos start Devontae Booker over C.J. Anderson?

    Denver Post "Should the Broncos start Devontae Booker over C.J. Anderson at running back? Kiz: OK, there’s no need to over-analyze it. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak likes to run the football. When his team has trouble running, his offense sputters. After general manager John Elway revamped the offensive line..." October 20

  • Sagging NFL TV ratings leave owners scrambling for answers

    USA Today "It’s an election year, silly. That wasn’t the entire company line, but the impact of the dramatic presidential election cycle was certainly a prevailing sentiment as NFL owners gathered Tuesday for their quarterly meeting and assessed the league's unusual and precipitous dip in TV..." October 19

  • Broncos LB Brandon Marshall on playing Brock Osweiler: 'We want to kill him'

    ABC News - Denver "It's Brock Week. That's not to be confused with Shark Week. But no mistake, the Broncos defense can't wait to sink its fangs into Denver's former starting quarterback. Osweiler bolted for Houston in March, lured by a four-year, $72-million deal with $36 million guaranteed. The Broncos,..." October 18

  • Gary Kubiak: Devontae Booker 'deserves' more carries

    ESPN "On his first full day back with the team since he spent a night in the hospital last week, Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made several things clear Monday. Near or at the top of his to-do list was to be better in the run game, and to that end rookie running back Devontae Booker can expect to..." October 18

  • Sean McDonough rips NFL officiating, blames it for ratings decline

    Larry Brown Sports "The Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets did not exactly put on a great show Monday night, and the officiating didn’t help. Head official Jerome Boger and his crew threw a whopping 19 penalty flags, making the game — which was never close — extremely hard to watch. Ratings have been down across..." October 18

  • Broncos Claim OL Billy Turner Off Waivers From Ravens

    NFL Trade Rumors "Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN reports that the Broncos have claimed OL Billy Turner off of waivers from the Ravens on Monday. This is the second time Turner has been claimed in the past week. Turner, 24, is a former third-round pick of the Dolphins back in 2014. He’s currently in the third..." October 17

  • Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will reportedly return to the team on Monday

    CBS Sports "Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will be back at work next week. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Saturday afternoon that Kubiak will return to the team on Monday after missing last week. Kubiak was hospitalized with what the team described as a "complex migraine" after their Week 4 win over..." October 15

  • Female Broncos Fan Nearly Falls From Upper Deck Throwing Wild Punch at Chargers Fan

    The Big Lead "This is a very short video, but my gosh it’s action packed. We have two female fans at Thursday’s Denver Broncos – San Diego Chargers game. The Broncos fan takes a wild swing at the Chargers fan, but obviously didn’t properly gauge the distance. So her momentum carries her over two rows of..." October 15

  • Rivers sets Chargers' passing mark in win over Broncos

    The Sports Xchange "SAN DIEGO -- Mike McCoy's voice cracked, and the San Diego coach couldn't hide his misty eyes. Or the relief that the Chargers didn't blow another lead. San Diego got a career-high four field goals from Josh Lambo, and Philip Rivers became the Chargers' all-time leader in passing yards..." October 14

  • Joe DeCamillis “sick to my stomach” after Broncos’ loss

    Pro Football Talk "The Broncos came up short last night against the Chargers, and afterward interim head coach Joe DeCamillis was in a foul mood. “I just wish we could have got a win for the city, got a win for the organization,” said DeCamillis, who is serving as head coach while Gary Kubiak recovers from an..." October 14

  • Russell Okung, Cody Latimer in post-concussion protocol "Left tackle Russell Okung and wide receiver Cody Latimer will both be in the league-mandated post-concussion protocol after being injured Thursday against the San Diego Chargers. Latimer sat out the entire second half after being diagnosed with a concussion, while Okung suffered symptoms in..." October 14

  • Broncos may stop deferring when winning the toss

    Pro Football Talk "Teams with great defenses prefer to start the game on defense, with the goal of: (1) engineering a three-and-out; (2) finagling a short field; and (3) getting on the scoreboard; and (4) repeat, repeat, repeat. The Broncos have a great defense, which has caused them to defer possession until the..." October 14

  • Broncos' Russell Okung tweets 'all good' after being taken to hospital after loss

    CBS Sports "For the second time is less than a week, a member of the Broncos organization was hospitalized after a loss. Broncos offensive lineman Russell Okung left Qualcomm Stadium in an ambulance shortly after the game against the Chargers ended on Thursday night. The team announced that Okung was..." October 14

  • Trevor Siemian will start at QB Thursday night for Denver Broncos

    Fox Sports "The Denver Broncos are getting starting QB Trevor Siemian back Thursday night, just days after the defending champions' first loss of the season. Siemian said Tuesday he expected to be ready to start against the San Diego Chargers this week and early Thursday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter..." October 13

  • Donald Trump makes fun of NFL concussion protocol

    247 Sports "Donald Trump is apparently not a fan of the NFL's concussion protocol. The Republican nominee for president made fun of the amount of time players miss now due to head injuries. The NFL has made significant changes in its concussion protocol over the past few years. While players often miss a..." October 13

  • If shoulder holds, Siemian will start against Chargers

    NBC News 9 Colorado "Barring an unexpected setback to his left shoulder, Trevor Siemian will be the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback Thursday night at San Diego, multiple sources told 9News. Siemian missed the Broncos’ game Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons because of a sprained AC joint in his non-throwing..." October 12

  • Broncos players praise interim coach’s enthusiasm

    Pro Football Talk "When former Broncos coach John Fox had a health issue in 2013, the team turned to former defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio. This time, with coach Gary Kubiak out for a week when he became ill following Sunday’s game against the Falcons, the job falls to special-teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis,..." October 11