ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos continued their offensive line makeover by waiving second-year tackle Paul Cornick, who started three games each at right tackle and tight end last season.
The Broncos also released wide receiver Jeremy Kelley, who signed a futures contract Dec. 29. The Broncos had to make room for the nine college free agents they signed Sunday after completing...
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In a surprising move the Denver Broncos decided to part ways to offensive linemen Paul Cornick today. The second year veteran out of North Dakota State was given an opportunity to seize the starting right tackle job last season but failed miserably.
Cornick started 6 games last season for the Broncos. His poor play forced Denver to overhaul their line mid-season. While his play...
The Denver Broncos offensive line shakeup rolls on.
The #Broncos have waived OL Paul Cornick and WR Jeremy Kelley.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 4, 2015
Here are a couple possible reasons for the cut from local media members.
The #Broncos have waived OL Paul Cornick and WR Jeremy Kelley. Based on UDFA's this weekend, had to cut 2 players today.
— Nate Lundy (@natelundy...
The Denver Broncos announced Monday that they’ve placed OL Paul Cornick and WR Jeremy Kelley on waivers. The #Broncos have waived OL Paul Cornick and WR Jeremy Kelley. — Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 4, 2015 Cornick, 26, orginally signed on with the Jets as an undrafted free agent out of North Dakota State back in 2012. ...
The Denver Broncos took Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian in the seventh round of the 2015 NFL draft on Saturday.
A three-year starter for the Wildcats, Siemian threw 27 touchdown passes during his college career and 24 interceptions. He threw seven touchdowns and 11 interceptions last year before he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in November.
“Obviously, if his...
The Denver Broncos had high hopes for the 2015 NFL draft as they entered it with 10 selections. They ended up trading one away and added 9 players during the draft this year. The Broncos are in win-now mode so a goal this season was to add NFL ready players to help them compete for a title. Let’s take a look at how they did.
Round 1: Shane Ray OLB, Missouri
The Broncos had to trade...
One of the most underrated post draft activities is the chase for undrafted free agents. Teams can find diamonds in the rough by combing though their draft boards and finding out who is left.
According to NFL.com, in the everlasting quest for talent, the Broncos have signed 10 rookie free agents.
Nebraska linebacker Zaire Anderson
Clemson offensive lineman Kalon Davis...
The Denver Broncos reached up in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft and took Jeff Heuerman 92nd overall and the newest member of the team met with the media Saturday.
“I’m going to do whatever I can to help this team win, no matter what it is. I ‘m excited to learn, start studying the playbook and get to work,” he said through a big smile.
The team spent the offseason...
We all know that wide receiver Wes Welker is a fan of the Kentucky Derby. However, this year Welker may have a horse in the race.
Welker almost claimed a first place finish with his horse named “Undrafted” in the pre-Kentucky Derby race. Unfortunately, the horse lost by a hair.
Considering second place pays off, Welker is still a winner. Will he be...
David J. Phillip, AP
The Denver Broncos Day 2 draft picks are outstanding football players and also outstanding winter sports athletes.
The Broncos took Colorado State offensive lineman Ty Sambrailo with the 59th overall pick and Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman with the No. 92 pick on Friday.
Sambrailo is a former competitive ski racer and Heuerman once played hockey for...
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The Denver Broncos selected Colorado State offensive tackle Ty Sambrailo with the 59th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. They are looking to shore up their offensive line depth to protect Peyton Manning, and this is an excellent pick for him.
At 6-foot-6 and 311 pounds, Sambrailo is going to be a huge presence on the offensive line for the Broncos...
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The Denver Broncos traded up with Lions to select Missouri OLB Shane Ray with the No. 23 overall pick in the 2015 draft and general manger John Elway said 'We thought it was too good to be true that he was still there.'
Elway didn't let Ray's arrest for marijuana possession on Monday deter him from selecting the young pass-rusher.
"We thought it was too good to be true that...
The Denver Broncos traded up in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday night to select Shane Ray. The former Missouri linebacker believes he has gone to the perfect team. After he was picked, Ray told Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports that he can’t wait to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks with Von...Read More
Wes Welker is officially back on the NFL’s free agent market after being cleared to play by leading concussion expert Dr. Stanley Herring, per Mike Klis of 9News in Denver.
Welker’s career had been in doubt after the scrappy slot specialist suffered a handful of concussions the past couple of years.
Now that he has a clean bill of health, Welker is ready for action, though...
The NFL Draft has nearly become a national holiday. It is that special time of year when every team in the league and their fans have some hope of what the future may hold. In fact, the NFL Draft draws a bigger television audience than other sports’ regular season and playoff games. We never know what to expect when our team is on the clock. Will they draft the highest rated player...
While many just assume the 2015 NFL season will be the final one in Peyton Manning’s long and storied, Hall of Fame-caliber career, the 39-year-old signal-caller insists that’s not necessarily the case and wants to put the kibosh on that sort of talk from the get-go. Speaking on Tuesday after the Denver Broncos’ first practice...Read More
The post Peyton Manning on 2015 NFL...
The Denver Broncos have waived former 2013 fifth-round out of Western Kentucky Quanterus Smith. Last season Smith played 15 games behind DeMarcus Ware at defensive end recording 11 tackles and 0 sacks. Smith showed flashes of great pass-rush ability but he was unable to gain true traction.
Smith made a negative grade in every game he appeared in according to Profootballfocus except...
According to reports, the Denver Broncos will take a quarterback between rounds 2 and 7 in the 2015 NBA Draft, which begins this Thursday.
Future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning has indicated that this could be his last season with the Broncos, and likely it will be his last in the NFL.
The question is if they’re looking for a backup for Brock Osweiler, who they drafted...
The Denver Broncos biggest free agent signing this offseason was at tight end.
Owen Daniels, while maybe not the sexiest name, should have a monster year as the Broncos starter.
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The Denver Broncos have the 28th pick in the NFL Draft next Thursday night.
Some have speculated they’ll move up to try to grab one of the top offensive tackles on the board.
Apparently, it all depends on the price.
“We tried to move up w/ a team last year, & they wanted my first three grandchildren.
I said, 'No, I’m not going to do that.'” – @johnelway
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas was given the team’s franchise tag this offseason, worth $12.8 million in 2015. But Thomas wants more than that—he wants a long-term deal, one that can provide both financial and professional stability. And until he gets it, he will be sitting out of the Broncos’ voluntary offseason activities.
This decision did not sit well with...
Its no secret that the main need for the Denver Broncos this season is a right tackle, a need they will likely address in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, which is only a week away. From there, the Broncos have no glaring needs, and the following rounds are ones that the Broncos can use to take the best player available or to address future needs. That being said, lets look...
John Elway is not happy about wide receiver Demaryius Thomas not showing up to the Denver Broncos’ team workouts this week. The Broncos GM spoke with the media Thursday and had some strong words for his franchise wide receiver. “To be dead honest with you, I see absolutely zero value with him being away from...Read More
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Aqib Talib is temporarily off the hook.
The Denver Broncos cornerback and his brother, Yaqub, recently were subjects of a Dallas police investigation into a possible aggravated assault charge. On Friday, however, the city’s police department suspended its investigation, citing a lack of evidence.
“Detectives interviewed the Complainant, contacted witnesses...