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NFL expects full stadiums this season, remains cautious

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league expects full stadiums this season and players and staff are being encouraged to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. “One of the things we’ve obviousl...

Lock, Bridgewater kick off Broncos' latest QB competition

ENGLEWOOD – First came the buzz that young star Deshaun Watson was coming for his job in Denver. Then it was veteran Matthew Stafford, then rookie Justin Fields and finally reigning MVP Aar...

Broncos promote Darren Mougey to player personnel director

ENGLEWOOD – The Denver Broncos have promoted Darren Mougey to Matt Russell’s former position as director of player personnel. Mougey, 36, will oversee the day-to-day operations of the pro an...

Center of attention: Durango’s Joshua Bates raking in big college football offers

Colorado, Colorado State and Oregon already calling 2023 prospect

Tim Tebow signs with Jaguars, rejoins coach Meyer as tight end

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. –The Jacksonville Jaguars are, at the very least, no longer the NFL’s most irrelevant franchise. Urban Meyer. Trevor Lawrence. Tim Tebow. The rebuilding Jaguars now have t...

Broncos make Kleine highest-ranking female scouting

GM Paton has worked with Kleine before

Broncos waive 2nd veteran who got hurt training on own

Denver wanted to trade Hamilton before the injury ENGLEWOOD – The Denver Broncos waived receiver DaeSean Hamilton on Tuesday, four days after he seriously injured a knee while working out on...

Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton injures knee offsite

Denver adds two tackles to roster

Fifth-year options a good measure of NFL draft classes

DENVER – Most NFL teams are getting their first glimpse of their 2021 draft class at rookie minicamps over the weekend. This year's draft class is more intriguing than usual because of...

Broncos opening on road, not showing on Monday Night Football

Denver meets AFC West foes at tail end of season

Broncos place Ja'Wuan James on non-football injury list

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos placed right tackle Ja’Wuan James on the non-football injury list Friday, two days after he tore an Achilles tendon working out away from the team’s facilities, imperiling his paychecks for the upcoming season.

Denver Broncos tackle Ja’Wuan James tears Achilles

Massive contract hasn’t paid off for Broncos