Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian will go on injured reserve with a left shoulder injury suffered in Thursday's win over the Indianapolis Colts, coach Vance Joseph said Friday. Siemian left the 25-13 win in the first quarter after he was sacked by Colts linebacker Barkevious Mingo and landed on his left arm and shoulder. He immediately got up holding his left arm against his body and was examined by the Broncos' medical staff before being taken to the locker room.
The Denver Broncos maintained their top five 2018 NFL Draft standing after their eighth consecutive loss of the season on Sunday...
The Denver Broncos are on an historic losing streak, and heads are going to roll. Figuratively speaking, of course. Big changes are on the horizon.
Denver Broncos new head coach Vance Joseph joined the official team chorus in saying Tuesday that the team is committed to choosing between Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch as starting quarterback for next season, ESPN.com reported. That wouldn’t seem to leave much hope for Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback who lost his starting job to Dak Prescott this past season.
The Denver Broncos look poised to use their new addition right away this week. Coach Gary Kubiak said new running back Justin Forsett will split time with Devontae Booker on Sunday.
Despite the Broncos' hopes that quarterback Trevor Siemian could play through a left foot sprain this weekend against the Jaguars, the team will turn to their rookie first-round pick to start Sunday.
Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was back to work on Monday after taking a scary hit Sunday that landed him in the hospital.
On the visitors sideline Thursday night will stand the defending Super Bowl champions, who this season sit at 4–1 and tied atop the AFC West. On the home side will be a 1–4, last-place team that’s riddled with injuries.
Paxton Lynch will see his first NFL start on Sunday. The Broncos' rookie quarterback will start ahead of an injured Trevor Siemian, who is expected to be inactive with an AC joint sprain.
Coach Gary Kubiak revealed that DeMarcus Ware suffered an ulna fracture near his elbow in Sunday's victory. Ware is expected to miss at least the next three week.
The Broncos have their man. Trevor Siemian will be Denver's starting quarterback for Week 1, head coach Gary Kubiak announced Monday.
Quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch both saw action for the Broncos in Saturday's preseason win, while Mark Sanchez did not play. Coach Gary Kubiak expects to name a starter this week.
The third preseason game is the supposed dress rehearsal for the regular season, a small peek at what we might see in Week 1.
The Denver Broncos and Von Miller are talking again. According to NFL Media's Rand Getlin, the two sides have exchanged multiple contract proposals within the past few days.
A fuller police report from the night that Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was shot in the right leg has been made available, but it doesn’t offer much new insight into what led to Talib’s wound.
An incident report released Friday by Dallas Police into the June 5 shooting involving Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib revealed that he suffered a single gunshot wound to the back of his right thigh and calf.
Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has spoken with free-agent quarterback Johnny Manziel as a potential fit for the team down the line, according to two sources connected to the team.
The Carolina Panthers weren't supposed to be here. Nor were the Denver Broncos. The Panthers lost their best receiver in the summer to a season-ending knee injury. The Broncos lost their Hall of Fame-bound quarterback at midseason, and didn't get him back until the end of the year.
Tom Brady hit Rob Gronkowski with a perfect 40-yard pass on 4th-and-10, then went back to his tight end on 4th-and-goal for a 4-yard touchdown catch with 17 seconds remaining. But Brady’s 2-point conversion pass was deflected and intercepted by Bradley Roby, sealing New England’s fate in the AFC Championship Game.
The Brady-Manning rivalry might be the dominant narrative in the AFC Championship, but this title game matchup will be decided by more than just the two Hall of Fame quarterbacks.