Refreshing changes abound in Broncos Country. No more will we hang onto expensive players who’s best years are behind them. No more will the Denver Broncos start draft picks over players who are just better because of spent draft capital.
I honestly find it refreshing to see Sean Payton come in and lay the foundation for change with how the Broncos go about their business in Dove Valley.
And we’re seeing the same kind of opinions from the players on the roster. Guys like Jerry Jeudy are excited to have an honest chance to take a big step forward. Guys like Mike McGlinchey are talking about this locker room being able to shoot for championships again. And we have a young stud in Zach Allen who wanted to come here and put his stamp on the NFL in a spot where he sees a legit coach putting together a legit team that can taste success.
Mile High Morning: Brandon Marshall believes Jerry Jeudy has 'everything it takes' to be a top-5 wide receiver
"I just know in football, you go through things," Jeudy said. "I just don’t let it hold me down, because I know there’s better days ahead."
'I definitely think I can improve': Following career highs in 2022, new Broncos DE Zach Allen sees room to be even better
"That’s a big reason why I came here," Allen said. "I think there’s a lot of good pieces here to help me get there and help us win some football games."
Jaguars see ex-Bronco McManus as "one of the best kickers in the league" - Denver Sports
"Everyone dreams of kicking game-winning field goals, and it's great, but it's also better to be in the playoffs doing those things," McManus told Jacksonville-area media Tuesday.
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