ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- On a team that stumbled through the 2017 season with players and coaches alike saying that the players needed to step forward and lead the way, linebacker Todd Davis said Thursday he’s prepared to do just that in 2018.Davis, who signed his new three-year, $15 million deal Thursday at the Denver Broncos' complex, is the only one of the team’s unrestricted free agents who has been re-signed.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Not only was Case Keenum the quarterback the Denver Broncos were able to sign in free agency, but John Elway said Friday Keenum was "our target'' all along.Keenum, who signed his two-year, $36 million deal Thursday, was formally introduced Friday at the team's suburban Denver complex. And while the Broncos considered any and all quarterbacks who were on the market, including Kirk Cousins, they reeled Keenum in the first hours after free agency opened Wednesday afternoon.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- In the past 12 months, the Denver Broncos have seen three Pro Bowl players exit their defense.In the past three weeks, Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway has said he believes the team’s defense can still be among the league’s best. If that is true, the Broncos will need to improve at addition to make up for that roster subtraction.Denver traded cornerback Aqib Talib to the Los Angeles Rams for a fifth-round pick earlier this month.
With the New York Jets trade to move up to the No. 3 pick in this year's draft the Broncos could be rewarded for staying at No. 5 with one of this draft's blue chip players -- Bradley Chubb or Quenton Nelson. It's possible one of the top four... http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-0766683019728657945-4
When asked Friday if the Broncos would still consider using the No. 5 pick of the draft to select a quarterback after signing Case Keenum, John Elway pointed out that Paxton Lynch is still a developing player and then added: " We have a lot of... http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-0766381995910501113-4
In the wake of Case Keenum's arrival, Broncos coach Vance Joseph was Friday asked if Paxton Lynch is the No. 2 quarterback. Joseph said: "Paxton is the 2, absolutely." That said the Broncos are still scouting the quarterbacks in the draft with some... http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-0766380494433555175-4
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Selecting a term
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