Denver Broncos

Stadium: Sports Authority Field | Coach: Gary Kubiak
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th107.4 (17th)248.1 (14th)
Defense1st83.6 (3rd)199.6 (1st)

Schedule

8:30 pm EDT
Thu Sep 8
CAR
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Sep 18
IND
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Sep 25
at CIN
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 2
at TB
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 9
ATL
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Oct 13
at SD
8:30 pm EDT
Mon Oct 24
HOU
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 30
SD
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 6
at OAK
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 13
at NO
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 27
KC
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 4
at JAC
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 11
at TEN
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 18
NE
8:30 pm EST
Sun Dec 25
at KC
4:25 pm EST
Sun Jan 1
OAK

Standings

AFC
West
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Denver12-4-04-2-0
Kansas City11-5-05-1-0
Oakland7-9-03-3-0
San Diego4-12-00-6-0
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Broncos' Paxton Lynch: In line for rookie playing time
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Broncos would like to see Lynch take reins at some point this season,9NEWS reports.

Lynch became Denver's future the moment they traded up in the first round to nab him. Ever since, however, the conversation around 2016's starter has been around Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian. Lynch is easily the most physically gifted of the three, but is supposedly still refining his game and adjusting to a pro offense. Whether Lynch ends up finding the playing field will likely depend on whether Denver's defense and running game is carrying it to another playoff birth. Head coach Gary Kubiak opted for experience over physical skill last playoffs, albeit in the form of a future hall of famer in Peyton Manning, not a journeyman like Sanchez. This scenario has played out in Mile High before under offensive coordinator Rick Dennison. Denver was 7-4 with Jake Plummer under center in 2006, only to test out Jay Cutler and fall to 9-7, out of the playoff race.

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Broncos' Devontae Booker: Third-down potential
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Booker's (knee) pass-catching ability could earn him early playing time, particularly in third-down situations, ESPN.com reports.

Booker was taken during the fourth round this year, and despite coming off a February meniscus surgery, he's impressed with his hands during the Broncos' offseason program. Although C.J. Anderson projects as Denver's starting running back right now, Booker could push Ronnie Hillman for the backup job, which would feature third-down snaps and increase Booker's potential in PPR leagues.

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Broncos' Aqib Talib: Eyeing training camp return
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Talib (leg) "should be" ready in time for training camp, The Denver Post reports.

Talib, who suffered a gunshot wound to the leg last month, recently said he's back to running and "feels great" as training camp approaches. Despite his positive self-report, Talib still shows a slight limp and could start camp on the PUP list depending on how the Broncos evaluate his condition. In any case, it appears Talib should at least be ready for the beginning of the regular season, representing a relief for Denver's defense.

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Broncos' Von Miller: Agrees to six-year extension
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Miller has agreed to a six-year, $114.5 million contract extension with the Broncos that includes $70 million in guarantees, 9News Denver reports.

Miller's extension makes him the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, and his guaranteed money is the second-most ever shelled out to any player. After earning Super Bowl MVP honors while leading the Broncos to their third championship, Miller was rightfully Denver's biggest offseason priority. Although negotiations came down to the wire of Friday's deadline for franchise tagged players to reach a long-term deal, the 27-year-old Miller is now secured for the foreseeable future, ensuring the Broncos' defense remains one of the league's elite heading into the 2016 campaign.

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Broncos' Von Miller: Expected to ink contract Friday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Miller is expected to sign a six-year contract extension with the Broncos on Friday that will net him $114.5 million and $70 million guaranteed, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Coming off an MVP performance in Super Bowl 50, Miller was expected to secure a huge contract. The teams agreed upon the $114.5 million and six years earlier in the week, with the guaranteed money being the only snag to completing the deal. When officially signed, the contract will make Miller the highest paid non-quarterback in NFL history in terms of guaranteed money. The deal will also make him the highest-paid player in Denver's franchise history. It will also allow him to play 2016 on without the worry of impending free agency following next season.

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