Bye-bye, Blake -- Jacksonville will have a new quarterback in 2019. Houston, Indianapolis and Tennessee could undergo big changes, too.
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All five of the rookies drafted in the first round in 2018 finished in the bottom 10 in QBR last season. How can they take the next step?
Parallels abound between John Elway's first year in charge of the Broncos and this offseason. Only this time the mess he's cleaning up is his own.
LB Brandon Marshall, who has two years remaining on his contract, will likely become a free agent after the Broncos decided that they'll likely not pick up his option, a source told ESPN.
Now that the Broncos have traded for a quarterback in Joe Flacco, it's time to find a sidekick to complement the rare talents of Chris Harris Jr.
Sure, adding Flacco is another high-profile QB addition for John Elway. It doesn't mean wins in 2019 or help the Broncos' future.
Denver will have a minimum of $28.5 million on its 2019 salary cap for Flacco and Case Keenum, with no quarterback of the future on the roster.
The Broncos have agreed to acquire QB Joe Flacco from the Ravens, likely in exchange for a midround draft pick, sources told ESPN. The deal means the Ravens are committing to Lamar Jackson.
An early look at the biggest holes John Elway and the Broncos will try to fill in free agency -- including at quarterback.
During a time when everyone else seems to be leaning toward high-scoring offense, the Broncos have gone the other way.
Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
In his Mock Draft 2.0 -- which was posted on ESPN.com this morning -- Todd McShay has the Broncos looking to help a secondary that will have some job openings. McShay, as Mel Kiper Jr. did in his initial mock draft, has the Broncos selecting Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker, one of the best players in coverage on the board. And it will be a position of need for the Broncos, even after whatever they decide to do in free agency. Bradley Roby is set to be an unrestricted free agent as are Tramaine Brock, who played in 12 games this past season and started five, and Jamar Taylor, who was a late-season signing.
Under Bowlen's guidance the Broncos won three Super Bowls, but he did it without being too big for the people in his organization.
Four defensive backs -- Ed Reed, Champ Bailey, Ty Law and seniors finalist Johnny Robinson -- were among the eight men chosen for enshrinement by the Hall's board of selectors on Saturday.
Youth served again as three first-time-eligible players -- Champ Bailey, Tony Gonzalez, Ed Reed -- dominate group along with Kevin Mawae and Ty Law.
Adrian Wojnarowski joins to discuss the shocking Kristaps Porzingis trade. Plus, Broncos LB Von Miller joins the show from Atlanta, and Rex Ryan joins to preview the Super Bowl.
We polled our experts for our annual survey on which modern-era finalists would make their ballots. We went 5-for-5 last year; can we do it again?
Phillip Lindsay got hurt and saw a disappointing end of the season, but the rookie thinks he can have a better year next season.
New Broncos coach Vic Fangio has filled out his offensive staff by hiring T.C. McCartney, grandson of former longtime Colorado football coach Bill McCartney, to be Denver's quarterbacks coach.
Let's project over/under win totals for next season, from worst to best. The Vikings and Colts could be tricky.
Rich Scangarello was brought in to repair Denver's offensive scheme. To do that, he'll go back to something that has always brought success in Denver.