Trevor Siemian’s natural pocket presence, fourth-quarter magic are impressive to Broncos

Through the mob of defensive players yelling his name, rubbing his head and cheering him, Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian emerged from the crowd wearing a wide, toothy smile to receive the game ball from coach Gary Kubiak. The totality of Siemian’s performance Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals in his first road game left his coaches and teammates impressed and proud of their...
Via The Denver Post
15 minutes ago

The Broncos could run the table (no, seriously)

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Many a wager in Denver was made with the phrase “eight and eight” as the focal point. Some thought the Broncos could win more, plenty thought...
Via Mile High Sports
38 minutes ago

From lousy to “legend,” Broncos’ Michael Schofield has come a long way in just one year

  ENGLEWOOD Colo. – Oh, what a difference a year makes. The struggles of Michael Schofield in 2015 were not a secret to anybody, the third-round pick out of Michigan in 2014 was thrown into the fire in his second season, and it wasn’t pretty. Schofield, playing at left tackle, was ranked 66th in the league out of 81 qualified tackles by Pro Football Focus. It reached a point...
Via BSN Denver
1 hour ago

Broncos’ post-game celebration for Trevor Siemian “electric”

Like Peyton Manning’s locker-room speech after the Broncos’ Week 2 thriller at Kansas City last year, Sunday’s post-game celebration was one to be remember. Mostly for Trevor Siemian. The Broncos’ second-year quarterback was awarded co-offensive player of the game honors (with receiver Emmanuel Sanders was the other) by coach Gary Kubiak following his 312-yard, four...
Via The Denver Post
2 hours ago

Broncos defensive play of the week: Tip drill in full effect

  Will Parks, Denver’s sixth-round pick out of the University of Arizona, made his NFL debut last week when Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts came to town; Parks was credited with one combined tackle. Game number two would be astronomically better for the rookie. Finding the rock that has been tipped by T.J. Ward, Parks made the first interception of his career look easy...
Via BSN Denver
4 hours ago

Denver Broncos leave Cincinnati healthier than they arrived

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Denver Broncos have accomplished an unthinkable feat: being healthier after a game than before it. The Broncos entered Sunday’s game against...
Via Mile High Sports
4 hours ago

The Von Miller Effect, Broncos injury updates, game-day honors, more

The Von Miller effect can’t always be quantified statistically. But his presence and the havoc he creates is felt across the field. While outside linebacker Shane Ray tallied three sacks of Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton on Sunday, Miller accounted for one and, according to Pro Football Focus, added four quarterback hurries. Through Sunday, Miller leads the league with five sacks...
Via The Denver Post
5 hours ago

Jets’ Brandon Marshall wants to apologize to Brian Dawkins and the Denver Broncos

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Brandon Marshall (the receiver) was electric during his four-year tenure in Denver, topping 100 receptions, 1,100 yards and six touchdowns in...
Via Mile High Sports
8 hours ago

10 telling stats from the Broncos’ win over the Bengals

  Running down the significant stats and notable numbers following the Broncos’ 29-17 Week 3 win in Cincinnati on Sunday. (And as you might expect, Trevor Siemian will be mentioned a time or three.) Siemian got off to a slow start Sunday morning, completing only 5-of-12 passes for 49 yards on the Broncos’ first three possessions (all in the first quarter), but finished by completing...
Via BSN Denver
8 hours ago

Did John Elway fire back at a Twitter troll a year later?

For those who say John Elway doesn’t hear what the public has to say, they didn’t see a tweet Elway sent out Sunday. In the middle of the Denver Broncos’ 29-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, the Broncos vice president of football operations and general manager responded to a tweet from a fan about the abilities of Denver quarterback Trevor Siemian that was sent more than...
Via The Comeback
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Trevor Siemian passes first road test

The Broncos played their first road game in more than nine months on Sunday. For quarterback Trevor Siemian, it was his first NFL game away from home ever. It went as well as it could have. Via Randall Liu of the league office, Siemian became the first quarterback in league history to throw for 300…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Trevor Siemian proves the Broncos have more than just a defense

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Trevor Siemian threw a career-high four touchdown passes in his first road start and was nearly perfect under fourth-quarter pressure on Sunday, rallying the Denver Broncos to a 29-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.The defending Super Bowl champions are 3-0 under Siemian, who took over after Peyton Manning retired and Brock Osweiler went to Houston. He completed...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Did "Dancing with the Stars" make Von Miller better at football?

Maybe there’s a good reason for athletes to appear on “Dancing with the Stars.” Von Miller thinks so, anyway. The Broncos linebacker feels that the competition made him a harder worker and, by extension, a better football player. “I’ve never put six hours into one thing every single day, not even football,” Miller said, via Jeff Legwold of ESPN. “We practice for two...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Miami police looking into July incident with Brandon Marshall

Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, who is one of the players kneeling with Colin Kaepernick, is the subject of a Miami police investigation stemming from an alleged incident in July. According to Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, Marshall was detained by police on July 4 during a reported shooting in the area. During the encounter, police allegedly threatened Marshall...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Von Miller credits ‘Dancing with the Stars’ for strong start

Von Miller is off to one of the best starts of his NFL career. And he credits competing on “Dancing with the Stars” during the offseason as the primary reason. The Denver Broncos linebacker specifically cited intense and lengthy practices with dance partner Witney Carson as the impetus to a newfound aspiration for consistency. “Some of the practice I had with Witney is...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Aqib Talib: Broncos’ offense is 10 times better than last year’s

The Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl last season, and that was with an offense many considered to be sub-par. So how much better of a team are they this season then if cornerback Aqib Talib thinks the offense is 10-times better this year? In an interview with Nate Kreckman and Tom Nalen on Altitude Sports 950 AM in Denver, Talib shared his thoughts on this year’s offense. ...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos' Von Miller is in midst of monster stretch

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) John Elway summoned Von Miller to his office on the eve of training camp with three blank boxes left on his offseason to-do list: 1. Patch up the pair's relationship frayed by their financial fracas . ''I wanted to make sure we were on the same page,'' Denver's general manager said. 2. Warn him about higher hopes that accompany mega-deals like his , a $114...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos bring back safety Shiloh Keo

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Forty-eight hours after suggesting Shiloh Keo ''won't be out of work long,'' Broncos coach Gary Kubiak welcomed back the fifth-year safety to his 53-man roster Wednesday. The Broncos had released Keo over the weekend while he was serving a two-game suspension for an offseason drunken driving arrest. Keo made a bad first impression in Denver when he allowed...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall comments on Terence Crutcher shooting

Terence Crutcher was shot and killed by Tulsa police on Sept. 16. Video has since emerged that shows he had his hands in the air, and police have confirmed he was unarmed. Tragically, this isn’t the first, second or third time this has happened in 2016, and it is incidents like this that have sparked NFL players like Colin Kaepernick, Brandon Marshall and others to protest by...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Demaryius Thomas vents about Broncos offense

Well that didn’t take long. Just two games into the Trevor Siemian era, Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas is less than pleased. While the Pro Bowl receiver isn’t calling out Siemian by name, the following comments strongly suggest he is frustrated by the way things have gone with the second-year signal caller. “We’re gonna need more offense, that’s for sure...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

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