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Rookie Royce Freeman could finally be Denver's feature-back answer

The Broncos have spent a lot of draft picks trying to find a lead back. The Oregon product is ready for the job.

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Rookie Royce Freeman could finally be Denver's feature-back answer

The Broncos have spent a lot of draft picks trying to find a lead back. The Oregon product is ready for the job.

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Jess Place

Horse Tracks: 2018 Broncos offseason, not much going on.

It’s the end of June!

Folks, most of the NFL is on vacation right now. Let’s be honest, if there was Broncos news right now, it wouldn’t be good. Suspensions and freak offseason injuries aside, fans should be pretty pleased at the lack of happenings with the orange and blue.

Count your blessings...

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Peyton Manning says Drew Brees deserves NFL record for career passing yards
Peyton Manning knows Saints quarterback Drew Brees will break his NFL record for career passing...

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Adam Malnati

HT: Who are the most undervalued Broncos?

The Mile High Report Radio podcast asked Ryan Edwards from Orange and Blue 760 what he thought.

Good morning, Broncos Country!

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The offseason is a time to wish football was back, wait patiently for football to come back, and complain about not having football on Sunday.

It is also one of those times when we get a chance...

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Tim Lynch

Bucky Brooks thinks Royce Freeman can do ‘Kareem Hunt type things’

Appearing on Evans and Stink on 104.3 The Fan, Bucky Brooks compares Royce Freeman to Kareem Hunt.

During an interview on Evans and Stink of 104.3 The Fan, Bucky Brooks of NFL.com talked about the Denver Broncos and focused heavily on their 2018 NFL Draft class. When it came to running back Royce Freeman, Brooks made a comparison to the Kansas City Chiefs breakout rookie from last season in Kareem Hunt.

“I do believe there’s a chance that Royce Freeman could be that guy that does some...

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Tim Lynch

Horse Tracks: Case Keenum breaks down the ‘Minnesota Miracle’

Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum breaks down the X’s and O’s of the Minnesota Miracle last season.

Case Keenum broke down the X’s and O’s of the Minnesota Miracle for Denver Broncos fans this past Wednesday and it was really neat. This is worth every minute of time to watch.

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NFL odds: 2 teams that are going to win more games than you think
If you’re looking to place some early bets on the NFL, retired lineman Geoff Schwartz has a pair of picks worth your...

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Keenum: Diggs not 1st option on 'Miracle' finish

Former Vikings QB Case Keenum gave a whiteboard demonstration of the "Minneapolis Miracle" to Broncos fans, detailing what happened on the play.

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Taylor Kothe

HT: Look! A distraction from the offseason news drought!

How about a little mental game to stave off offseason boredom?

We’re in the depths of the offseason, Broncos Country, and the fight against boredom as we wait for training camp to start is very real. But even if there’s no football to entertain us right now, we can at least entertain ourselves for a bit.

Yesterday, Hart mentioned a tradition of making prospect anagrams on the Orange Mane every year in the MHR staff chat. That sparked a run of creative and competitive anagrams of Broncos...

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DeMarcus Ware: Bradley Chubb gives Broncos “that tag-team again”

DeMarcus Ware made 138.5 sacks in his career, eighth-most in NFL history. He now coaches the Broncos’ pass rushers as a consultant for the team. That means he gets to work with Bradley Chubb, the Broncos’ first-round pick. When Ware watches Chubb, he sees a young Ware. “You know what?” Ware said, via Clark Judge [more]

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Tim Lynch

Denver Broncos sign rookie Bradley Chubb to four-year deal

The Denver Broncos sign Bradley Chubb. The deal is expected to be a 4-year contract worth approximately $27.27 million.

According to Mike Klis of 9News, the Denver Broncos have signed their fifth overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft, Bradley Chubb, to a four-year deal that should be worth about $27.27 million. The signing bonus is expected to be $17.914 million and, of course, the team will get a fifth-year option on the contract.

Former Broncos edge rusher and Super Bowl champion, DeMarcus...

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Report: Broncos to sign Bradley Chubb

Rookie defensive end Bradley Chubb is finalizing a contract agreement with the Broncos, a league source tells Mike Klis of 9News (on Twitter). Chubb’s No. 5 slot dictates that he’ll earn a $17.914M signing bonus on a four-year deal worth about $27.27M in total. Chubb was regarded by many as the best overall talent in this year’s draft. Luckily for the Broncos, the Browns (pick Nos. 1 and 4), Giants (No. 2), and Jets (No. 3) all had bigger needs to address elsewhere.In his final year...

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Bradley Chubb, Broncos Agree to 4-Year Rookie Contract

First-round draft pick Bradley Chubb has signed his rookie contract with the Denver Broncos , according to agent Erik Burkhardt and Ian Rapoport of NFL .com...

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Bradley Chubb set to sign 4-year deal with Denver Broncos worth over $27 million

Chubb is about to be a very wealthy individual. Bradley Chubb hasn’t signed a contract with the Denver Broncos yet, but his deal is nearly finalized, and once he puts pen to paper, he’s gonna have a lot of money to look forward to. Per Broncos beat writer Mike Klis: There’s not really any negotiating that goes into NFL rookie contracts anymore—a while back, the league adopted a wage scale for first-year deals that is similar in concept to what Major League Baseball has been doing...

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Jeff Essary

Chris Harris named ‘prototype’ slot corner by Pro Football Focus

With Chris Harris leading the way, Denver’s secondary checks all the boxes for NFL prototypes.

The folks over at Pro Football Focus are working through the off-season just like all of us - trying to get any type of football fix we can during this slow news period.

One of the fun projects they have done recently is go through various position groups and name a “prototype” player for each specific position.

For instance they list Aaron Donald as the prototype for the 3-technique...

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Christopher Hart

Joseph Jones is one of many young linebackers battling for a roster spot

Jones didn’t hear his named called in the 2017 NFL Draft, but spent time on several practice squads across the league before earning a spot to play special teams for the Broncos.

Former Northwestern linebacker Joseph Jones didn’t hear his name called during the 2017 NFL Draft, but he didn’t have to wait long before teams were in hot pursuit to sign him as an undrafted free agent.

Jones didn’t receive a lot of playing time with the Wildcats, seeing action in only 27 games over the...

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Tim Lynch

Broncos are clearly better now than they were last season

That’s Good Broncos gives his take on the Denver Broncos and what they’ve done to get better in 2018.

The Denver Broncos have made a slew of changes to remake the roster. They got better nearly everywhere, which is something most teams are unable to manage on any given offseason. Brandon Perna from That’s Good Broncos broke down all of the offseason changes and talks about the teams potential this season in the video above.

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Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann

Broncos’ special teams working on new kickoff rules

New special teams coach Tom McMahon believes the smaller, quicker returners will be “back in the game” thanks to the changes

Good morning, Broncos Country!

As you most likely recall, last month the NFL changed the kickoff return rules, and now the Broncos - and 31 other teams - are trying to figure them out.

If you don’t remember the changes - or never really cared because the Broncos have generally been mediocre to terrible at (catching) returning the ball - SBNation has done the hard...

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Tim Lynch

Broncos receive approval for new stadium name

“Broncos Stadium at Mile High” is the new name of what was mostly recently called Sports Authority Field at Mile High and what most fans still prefer to call Mile High Stadium.

The Metropolitan Football Stadium District board approved in a vote a new same for the stadium where the Denver Broncos play. It is now called Broncos Stadium at Mile High in honor of the Broncos and the Mile High city.

“With the season fast approaching, we’re pleased that the MFSD has approved the temporary...

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Broncos' stadium gets temporary name

The home of the Denver Broncos will be known as Broncos Stadium at Mile High while the team continues to look for a new naming-rights sponsor.

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Tim Lynch

Broncos announce 2018 training camp dates and times

The Denver Broncos have announced their training camp dates. Mark your calendars!

The Denver Broncos have announced their 2018 training camp schedule. Starting on July 28 2018, the Broncos will hold a total of 13 practice sessions to the public starting at 9:30 a.m. and ending at noon each of the dates.

You and your family can also enjoy celebrating Miles’ birthday with a Kids Day even on August 3, 2018. Here is the complete schedule of training camp practices:

*All scheduled open...

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