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Denver Broncos Offseason

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NFL announces offseason workout dates for Broncos

The offseason workout program dates have been announced by the NFL. Here is when you can expect the Denver Broncos to have organized activities.

The Broncos’ 10 best options at QB1 in 2021

George Paton’s choice this offseason could define his tenure as the Broncos’ GM.

Broncos need better QB play to escape the gutter in 2021

Football Outsiders projects the current Denver Broncos roster as 30th best in the NFL. Yikes.

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Non-quarterback concerns for the 2021 Broncos

Now I expect some may disagree with my choices and others may feel I'm overlooking other key needs but here are my top 3 needs the Broncos should address this off-season.

Breaking down the quarterback options for the Broncos this offseason

What should the Denver Broncos do about their quarterback situation during the offseason? Mile High Report discusses it in this post.

Should the Broncos extend Phillip Lindsay or tender him for another season?

The Denver Broncos have a decision to make on Phillip Lindsay. Should to commit to him long-term or just keep him going on one year deals?

Broncos heavy draft investment at wide receiver is paying off

The Denver Broncos wide receiver corps is loaded with young talent. Whoever starts at quarterback next season will no excuse finding open receivers.

The Denver Broncos should be pretty well set at tight end in 2021

The Denver Broncos have a premier starter in Noah Fant, but we could see Albert O emerge as a duo threat opposite Fant in 2021.

How the Broncos might address their right tackle situation this offseason

Can the Denver Broncos believe that Ja’Wuan James is the immediate answer at right tackle? We discuss their options here.

Broncos are pretty well set along the interior of their offensive line

They could use a little more depth, but the rotation set of the guys currently signed looks pretty solid for the Denver Broncos in 2021.

What could a patient offseason look like for the Broncos?

What happens if George Paton rolls it back with Drew Lock?

The Broncos will need to shore up their defensive line this offseason

The Denver Broncos defensive line could be in flux this season with several unrestricted free agents and salary cap decisions on their plate with this position group.

What should the Broncos do with Von Miller this year?

The Denver Broncos have to make a decision with Von Miller, but it might be wise to hold off on that decision until 2022.

How do the Broncos become a Super Bowl contender?

Elementary, my dear Deshaun Watson.

Here’s how the Broncos could address the inside linebacker position this offseason

The Denver Broncos inside linebacker group was a steady force on defense. Should they stick with who they have going into next season or make some drastic changes?

The Broncos have some important decisions to make regarding the safety position in 2021

Kareem Jackson is on the final year of his contract. Should the Denver Broncos let him play it out or move on to free up cap space?

How the Broncos could improve the cornerback position in 2021

The Denver Broncos have a lot of needs heading into the 2021 offseason. Here’s how they could improve their cornerback situation.

Broncos GM George Paton says that QB Drew Lock is talented and can develop but also that competition will likely be added

We have finally heard a little bit about newly hired George Paton’s plan at quarterback.

Vic Fangio on Garett Bolles’ starting job: ‘It’s his to lose.’

The Denver Broncos cupboard on the offensive line is quite bare, which means that it will be Garett Bolles’ job to lose in 2020.

PFF named Garett Bolles the Broncos most underrated player

Despite what the film says, Pro Football Focus is unrelenting in their support for Garett Bolles.

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell ranks Broncos’ offseason moves third best in NFL

The Denver Broncos have had themselves an outstanding 2020 offseason ranking third in the NFL on their moves by ESPN’s Bill Barnwell.

Ranking the Broncos’ moves this offseason

What was the best? What was the worst?

Should the Broncos sign a veteran left tackle in 2021?

Some big fish are headed to sea. Maybe.

Outside the obvious, who do the Broncos NEED to bring back?

Justin Simmons isn’t going anywhere. Is he the only free agent Elway should retain?

Important 2020 NFL offseason dates

We have entered the long NFL offseason. Here are the key dates on the schedule to remember for the 2020 NFL offseason.

8 key takeaways from Broncos end of the year press conference

The Denver Broncos season is over. John Elway, Vic Fangio, and Joe Ellis all met with the media to discuss the 2019 Broncos season and the future of the franchise.

John Elway pleased with Vic Fangio’s first season as head coach

They didn’t get the results they wanted, but John Elway is pleased with the direction Vic Fangio has the Denver Broncos headed.

Justin Simmons isn’t going anywhere

Whether its the franchise tag or a new deal, the Denver Broncos will be keeping Justin Simmons in the orange and blue long-term.

Broncos front office changing how they review the season

The Denver Broncos front office staff and coaches will spend a month reviewing tape instead of diving right into an offseason plan.

Broncos plan to pick up Von Miller’s contract option in 2020

John Elway confirmed that the Denver Broncos plan to pick up the contract option for Von Miller in 2020. He’ll remain a Bronco.

John Elway said its ‘unrealistic’ to see anyone but Drew Lock starting for Broncos in 2020

The Denver Broncos have found their starting quarterback for 2020 and John Elway all but confirmed that during the teams end of the year press conference.

Derek Wolfe highlights key issue for John Elway in the offseason - keeping this defense together

Derek Wolfe spoke with Dave Logan on KOA and discussed how much these defensive players want to keep playing together.

A way-too-early look at the Broncos’ 2020 needs

Who has the most to prove in 2019? Here is a look at the Denver Broncos 2020 positional needs.

Phillip Lindsay makes NFL Top 100 list at No. 68

The Denver Broncos found a gem in undrafted free agent rookie Phillip Lindsay in 2018. He comes in at No. 68 on the NFL’s Top 100 list.

Bradley Chubb makes NFL Top 100 list at No. 82

The Denver Broncos have two pretty good pass rushers. Bradley Chubb’s rookie year was enough to put him in the NFL’s Top 100.

ESPN ranks Broncos offense second worst in 2019

Bill Barnwell of ESPN ranked the Denver Broncos offensive arsenal as being the second-worst in the entire NFL heading into this season.

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