Denver Broncos

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


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Sun Oct 2
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Sun Oct 9
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Thu Oct 13
at SD
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Mon Oct 24
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Sun Oct 30
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Sun Dec 18
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Kansas City11-5-05-1-0
San Diego4-12-00-6-0
Broncos' Von Miller: Claims he won't play under franchise tag
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Miller has proclaimed that he will not play the 2016 under the franchise tag, FOX31 Denver reports.

This social media proclamation comes right after Miller claimed that he could not see himself playing for another team or sitting out the 2016 season. While this might seem like an about-face, Miller is simply reducing options, leaving - surprise, surprise - a long-term deal as the lone remaining choice. Miller wants a long-term deal and he wants to get paid upfront. Any public comments between now and the July 15 deadline for franchise-tag players will likely come down to that very point.

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Broncos' Jordan Taylor: Could be in mix for No. 3 or 4 role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Taylor could compete for a role behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, reports.

The Denver depth chart at receiver is wide open behind the two starters, with competitors including Jordan Norwood, Bennie Fowler, DeVier Posey and 2014 second-rounder Cody Latimer. A 2015 UDFA, Taylor spent much of last year on the Broncos' practice squad, after recording three straight seasons with 800+receiving yards at Rice University. Listed at 6-5, 210 pounds, Taylor presumably won't be a candidate for slot work, which significantly hurts his chances to earn a key role. However, he did receive praise from former Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who suggested that Taylor could be a useful piece in the offense for 2016 and beyond.

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Broncos' Cody Latimer: Set to compete for No. 3 role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Latimer will likely compete with a slew of players for slotting on the depth chart behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders, reports.

A 2014 second-round selection (56th overall), Latimer has just eight catches for 82 yards in 22 career appearances, having mostly lingered toward the bottom of Denver's depth chart. He was unable to beat out a washed-up Wes Welker as a rookie, and then found himself behind the likes of Jordan Norwood, Bennie Fowler and Andre Caldwell last season. Caldwell is now with the Lions, but Norwood and Fowler are still around, as are 2015 UDFA Jordan Taylor and former Texan DeVier Posey. Given their considerable draft investment, the Broncos presumably hope Latimer will emerge from the group and seize the No. 3 job for his own.

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Broncos' Mark Sanchez: FInds competition for quarterback job
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Sanchez (thumb) is engaged in a neck-and-neck battle for Denver's top job with Trevor Siemian, The Denver Post reports.

Just a week ago, the team's official website reported that Sanchez was cementing his place as the starter. So what gives? Chalk it up to the offseason news cycle that magnifies every ebb and flow in a position battle. While Siemian does have the most experience in Denver's offense, Sanchez has a background in it and has far more playing time under his belt. Both Siemian and first-round pick Paxton Lynch are dark horses to steal the job with strong camps - Sanchez is hardly the kind of quarterback who a team can hang its hat on - but it would still be an upset at this point if the veteran didn't start the season opener against Carolina.

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Broncos' Trevor Siemian: Engaged in two-man QB battle
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Siemian is neck and neck with Mark Sanchez for the starting QB job, the Denver Post reports.

Siemian's candidacy for the starting job has been talked up more and more in recent weeks, with head coach Gary Kubiak fanning the flames by complimenting the young passer in the press. Denver's lone returning starter benefits from a superior understanding of the team's offense, but it would be a shock if last year's seventh-round pick, who has yet to throw a professional pass, secures the job by the end of training camp. Sanchez is reportedly close to learning the entire offense, and rookie first-round pick Paxton Lynch is likely the most physically gifted of the three and may only lack additional experience in order to compete.

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