Villanova's Tanoh Kpassagnon is an intriguing prospect with excellent size and skills, but he also could have a career in the finance world.
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With the dust settling on free agency, the Broncos look like a slam-dunk as the league's best group of defensive backs.
Michigan wide receiver Amara Darboh hasn't been playing football for that long, but his toughness and big-play ability have him on Denver's radar.
Romo's release from the Cowboys appears inevitable, which presents an interesting situation for potential suitors like the Texans and Broncos
John Elway wrote a letter to a Senate committee in support of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Fans who back Colin Kaepernick's right to protest should also support this display of politics.
As the Broncos staff prepares to visit several pro days, the one at Stanford with Christian McCaffrey no doubt will have their full attention.
The Broncos need a third option in the passing game to take attention away from receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.
With no downside to keeping Tony Romo and no upside to cutting him now, Dallas can hang on to the QB and see if an impatient team will offer a trade.
USC's Adoree' Jackson can impact a game in myriad ways, but the Broncos could be most interested in his skills in the return game.
Broncos wide recievers Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas both rank in the top 10 for salary at their position.
A look at how law enforcement tracked down Tom Brady's missing Super Bowl jersey in 43 days with the help of an informant and video.
The Broncos worked over Menelik Watson in Week 17, and then went out and signed him? A rival executive wonders about Denver's moves and the lackluster offensive line options this offseason.
As the Broncos search for a long-term answer at left tackle, Troy's Antonio Garcia could be a player who gets a long look from Denver's scouts.
The helmet linebacker Von Miller wore in his MVP performance from Super Bowl 50 could be among the items that were recovered with Tom Brady's jersey.
The Broncos now have none of the seven players they selected in the 2013 draft on their roster.
Denver, happy with its defense and young QBs, focused on its offensive line in free agency in an effort to improve its "mentality" and "attitude."
The Broncos addressed their offensive line in free agency and have some room left in workable cap space to add another free agent if they choose.
The Broncos have plugged some of their holes via free agency, but they still need help in other areas before the draft to stick to their plan.
While they may be tempted by some offensive players available at No. 20, the Broncos should be able to fill a bigger need on defense if they so choose.
Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer
Broncos are meeting with former Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon today. Mixon was denied an invitation to the NFL's scouting combine because he had entered a guilty plea to domestic violence charges -- he had a suspended sentence and community service. Mixon was seen on video of the incident -- which took place in 2014 in Norman, Okla. -- punching a woman in the face. Mixon visited the Cincinnati Bengals last week and several teams met with him at the school's pro day. Some talent evaluators in the league have said privately in recent weeks they wouldn't consider drafting, or signing, Mixon though he may have a first- or second-round grade as a player.
Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss what makes the most sense for the Broncos with the 20th pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer
Source says Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon is visiting the Denver Broncos today. Mixon already visited the Bengals.
It wasn't the most glamorous signing, but Ronald Leary is a high-quality player who fills a huge need on the Broncos' offensive line.