2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
3-4, 3rd in AFC West
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20hJeff Legwold

Broncos acquire LB Young in trade with Rams

The Rams traded linebacker Kenny Young and a 2024 seventh-round pick to the Broncos in exchange for a 2024 sixth-round pick on Monday.

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3dJeff Legwold

Short-handed Broncos add depth in LB Weatherly

With seven linebackers on injured reserve as well as two more linebackers who might be limited in practice next week, the Denver Broncos acquired linebacker Stephen Weatherly from the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

As for LB Von Miller, who left Thursday's game with a sprained left ankle, Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Friday the team's medical staff will have to watch how Miller goes through treatments in the coming days. "I think the next four, five days will tell us exactly where he's at,'' Fangio said. Miller said following the game Thursday he was "confident'' he would be able to play Oct. 31 against Washington.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos defense continues to be hammered. Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Friday LB Micah Kiser (groin), DT Mike Purcell (thumb) and LB Curtis Robinson (thumb, wrist) were all evaluated for injuries suffered in the loss to Cleveland. Fangio said Kiser and Purcell will "miss some time'' and added it's still undetermined if Purcell will need surgery. Fangio said he didn't know yet if Robinson would miss time. Robinson was playing for Kiser who was playing for the injured Alexander Johnson.


Hour 1: Big Win for the Browns

Baker Mayfield wasn’t on the field last night, but that didn’t stop Case Keenum as he led the Browns to the win against the Broncos and the guys discuss whether or not the Browns can win a Superbowl with him.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos inactives: RB Mike Boone, LB Baron Browning, T Cam Fleming, S Jamar Johnson, LB Aaron Patrick, QB Brett Rypien, CB Kary Vincent Jr.,

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After their on-field work Wednesday the Broncos formally listed quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (foot) and left tackle Garett Bolles (knee) as questionable for Thursday night's game in Cleveland. Coach Vic Fangio said Tuesday the Broncos would have Bridgewater pick up the tempo some in Wednesday's work to see how Bridgewater's movement was on the injured foot. Fangio also said backup Drew Lock was not getting additional work with the starters in the walk-throughs.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

On Tuesday, the Broncos signed linebackers Barrington Wade and Curtis Robinson to the active roster from their practice squad. The roster spots became available when linebacker Alexander Johnson (chest) and linebacker Andre Mintze (hamstring) were moved to injured reserve. Johnson will miss the remainder of the season. Wade and Robinson were with the Broncos throughout training camp while Robinson played 17 snaps on special teams against the Baltimore Ravens earlier this month.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

On Teddy Bridgewater's left foot injury, Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Bridgewater took part in Tuesday's walk-through and when asked if Bridgewater would play Thursday, Fangio said "I think so.'' Also asked if Drew Lock would get some additional snaps with starters in practice this week, Fangio said "no, not really.'' Later offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, when asked if he'd have to adjust the gameplan if Bridgewater's mobility is affected, said "my understanding is he'll be ready to go.''

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

It was quite his "we're going to kick their ass'' guarantee against the Cardinals in 2018, but Broncos LB Von Miller offered a guarantee of sorts for Thursday's game: "I will play well in this game, I'm going to go off ... I'll put the pressure on me, I'm going to have a great game, I'm going to play well, get a couple of sacks and if I do that then we will win ... Pressure is on me to play well, I will play well ... I don't know who the tackle is I'm going against, but I'm going to kill him.''

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Broncos' LB Johnson tears pec, out for season

The Denver Broncos have lost their second-leading tackler for the season, with LB Alexander Johnson suffering a torn right pectoral muscle Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Monday wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, who has not played since suffering an ankle injury in the opener, will do some extra full speed work after the team's walk-throughs this week to gauge his recovery. Fangio had said after Sunday's loss it was "possible'' Jeudy could be ready to play Thursday against the Browns, but said Monday "we'll try and get a barometer on that, and we'll see, but I think the chances of him playing (Thursday) are less than 50 percent right now.''

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos coach Vic Fangio, asked Monday about keeping the here-we-go-again feeling that can come with a losing streak from impacting the team, Fangio said: "Well, I have a sign in my office that says 'it's not time to worry, it's time to work.' And that's my motto.''

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Team Stats

Passing Yards241.016th
Rushing Yards106.618th
Points For20.024th
Points Against18.14th