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Nike drops new Air Zoom Pegasus 37 Broncos shoe!

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The New Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Broncos shoe is here. Here’s where you can order your new pair.

Nike has released their latest Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 design. This design has very clean and bright, which means be sure to stay out of the mud! It’s also unisex, so the shoe is available in men’s and women’s.

This design is in stark contrast to the Air Zoom Pegasus 36 that released in August of last year. The darker design fits more for an everyday use if you are outdoors...

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Just_JoRo

11 things I’m watching for in the Broncos’ Thursday Night game with the New York Jets

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A loss and Trevor Lawrence looms over everything the Denver Broncos do from there forward.

Full disclosure: I don’t think if I’ve felt so conflicted about a game since I started writing for Mile High Report. Since last week’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, I’ve gone back and forth between two trains of thought:

With a young roster that’s still learning how to be professional football players, I want the Broncos to fight like hell and...

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Just_JoRo

3 & Out: Will the Broncos end the Adam Gase era in New York?

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I sat down with Gang Green Nation’s MacGregor Wells to find out if the Denver Broncos will end the Adam Gase era with the New York Jets.

For as bad as the loss to the Buccaneers was, at least the short week means Broncos Country’s got another game to key in on. Like Denver, New York enters today 0-3 with all sorts of questions looming.

With so little time to prepare I thought it best to reach out to someone who knows the Jets’ roster inside and...

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Jeff Essary

Tale of the Tape: Garett Bolles is having a strong start to the year

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The former first round left tackle, has been a shining bright spot amidst a tough start to the season for the Broncos.

Amidst a rash of injuries, and a three game losing streak to kick off the season, there hasn’t been much for Broncos fans to get excited about.

However, one thing that has actually gone right this year, is the steps Garett Bolles has taken under Mike Munchak since last year.

Joe Rowles and I talked about this on this week’s...

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Ex-QB Mark Rypien's advice for nephew Brett's first NFL start with Broncos

The MVP of Super Bowl XXVI for Washington says Denver's young signal-caller needs to "get the ball out and make quick decisions" vs. the Jets.

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Broncos fans aren't so 'meh' on Noah Fant anymore

Doubted on draft day in Denver, the Broncos' second-year tight end now leads the team in receptions, receiving yards and receiving scores.

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Adam Malnati

How can the Broncos help Rypien find success?

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George Chahrouri joined BCT to talk about the Broncos young QB.

The Denver Broncos will face the New York Jets with Brett Rypien as their starting QB on Thursday Night Football. The Broncos and Jets are battling for the title, “Worst Team in the NFL.”

George Chahrouri joined Ryan and Ben on Broncos Country Tonight and discussed what the Broncos might do to help Rypien find success. The name of the game for the...

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Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann

DeShawn Williams plans to make most of his opportunity on the DL

Talking with Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright at Broncos Country Tonight, the fifth-year player is finally getting a chance to show how he can play.

DeShawn Williams played just his fifth-ever regular season NFL game on Sunday against the Bucs.

The last four times were four years ago as a Bengal.

Since then, the 2015 undrafted free agent has spent time on-and-off practice squads for the Bengals, Broncos, Dolphins, Colts, Broncos again, the Calgary Stampeders (what a great name) and now...

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Scotty Payne

Denver Broncos and New York Jets injury report: Jeremiah Attaochu has been ruled out

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Here is your final injury report ahead of the Broncos TNF match up against the New York Jets.

The Denver Broncos and the New York Jets released their final injury report of the week ahead of their Thursday Night game. For the Broncos, they’ll be down a starting pass rusher and could be getting back their speedy running back.

The Broncos have ruled out OLB Jeremiah Attaochu (quadricep) and QB Drew Lock (shoulder) for Thursday's game against the Jets.

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Broncos to sign veteran defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan

Jernigan will backstop a Broncos’ defensive line that has been battered by injuries. His first action could come Thursday night, when the Broncos take on the Jets in a battle of winless teams.

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Tim Lynch

Report: Broncos expected sign DL Timmy Jernigan

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The Denver Broncos have picked up recently released Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan.

With injuries piling up, the Denver Broncos are starting to look outside the organization to fill the holes in the roster. They lost Jurrell Casey for the year to a torn bicep, so when the Jacksonville Jaguars released defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan this week they pounced.

Broncos are signing veteran DL Timmy Jernigan per source. Played 3 games...

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Ian St. Clair

Broncos at Jets preview: Denver looks to avoid consecutive 0-4 starts

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The Broncos somehow enter Thursday night’s game as the favorite, here’s our keys to the game against the Jets.

Brett Rypien, come on down.

Rypien will become the ninth starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos since Peyton Manning retired in 2015. That is almost as long as the list of injured Broncos right now.

That’s pretty much the state of affairs as the 0-3 Broncos head to East Rutherford, New Jersey,...

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Just_JoRo

Week 3 Film Room: 7 things I think I think following the Broncos’ loss to Tampa Bay.

Harris is a bright spot during a bad year. | Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

It ain’t all bad.

If you zoom out too far, this season becomes really bleak. All of the injuries and losses to go with the uncertainty of Drew Lock as well as the inevitability that Kansas City will win another Super Bowl. It’s a lot to handle.

Yes, the Broncos are 0-3 and there is no guarantee they pull out a victory over the New York Jets tomorrow. I’ve already written about how Denver looks like the odds...

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sadaraine

Broncos vs Bucs: The No Bull Review

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The Broncos fall in spectacular fashion to another mediocre NFL team. Here are my thoughts, opinions, and analysis on the Denver Broncos’ most recent game.

It is only week 3.

I didn’t really expect greatness this season, but it sure felt like we were going to get competent NFL football and probably have something to cheer for in the last quarter of the season other than seeing a new QB get his shot.

This is the kind of loss that puts into perspective...

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Adam Malnati

Broncos Country could be divided after Thursday Night Football

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Whether it’s the Drew Train or the Trevor Tank hinges on the Jets game.

You can feel the wave building in Broncos Country, even before you can see it. Every time a player for the Denver Broncos goes down with an injury, the rumble gets a little louder.

The news of Jurrell Casey’s torn bicep may have increased the rumble to a loud thunder clap. It’s sounds like that clap is echoing, “TREVOR... LAWRENCE...” as it flows across the orange and...

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We’re thankful for football, but really hating the injuries that are piling up

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Injuries continue to mount showing how important normal offseason activities are in today’s NFL

The story line of this NFL season so far to me is the number of serious injuries we’re seeing across the league. Today we get the news that fan favorite Chris Harris, Jr. with the Chargers is being put on IR one day after we heard about our own Jurrell Casey.

This leads me to ponder, just how much will this year’s championship mean in the grand scheme of...

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Broncos' Vic Fangio Mistakenly Calls Starting QB Mark Rypien Instead of Brett

Apparently against Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio 's wishes, the team's starting quarterback Thursday will be Brett Rypien—not his uncle, Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark...

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Scotty Payne

Denver Broncos and New York Jets injury report: Another day, another player placed on the injured reserve

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Elijah Wilkinson is the latest Broncos player to be placed on the IR.

In what seems like a daily occurrence at this point and time, the Denver Broncos placed struggling starting right tackle Elijah WIlkinson on the injured reserve with a knee issue.

Vic Fangio just said on KOA radio that RT Elijah Wilkinson is going on IR with leg injury. #9sports

— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) September 29, 2020

Wilkinson joins a long list of Denver Broncos on the...

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Broncos to start QB Brett Rypien vs. Jets

The 0-3 Denver Broncos will start their third different quarterback of the season.

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Broncos to start Brett Rypien vs. Jets

Rypien, who replaced Jeff Driskel in the Broncos’ Week 3 loss to the Buccaneers, will become Denver’s ninth starting quarterback since Peyton Manning‘s retirement.

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