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The 2011 season for the Denver Broncos might be the most improbable and amazing season in NFL history. After starting the season 1-4 that saw Kyle Orton finally benched in favor of “the worst starting quarterback in the NFL”, they went on an historic run winning 7 of 8 games that led to an AFC West title and a playoff berth.
Could the Broncos be eyeing a Hall of Famer’s nephew? | Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images We all know the big names, let’s dig a little deeper. This may sound sacrilegious, but let’s forget about Ruggs vs Jeudy for a little while.
Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay isn’t just going to give his job away to the new guy. But he’s not mad at Melvin Gordonnb游戏平台 either. Lindsay told Mike Klis of KUSA that he’s not prepared to just surrender his starting job — and after rushing for over 1,000 yards there’s no real reason to.
In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, many gyms across the United States have closed, at least temporarily. That has left athletes scrambling to find ways to workout, including Broncos running back Melvin Gordon.
Even after agreeing to re-sign defensive lineman Shelby Harrisnb游戏平台 to a one-year deal, the Broncos are still projected to have more than $18 million in remaining salary cap space, according to Spotrac.com.
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The Denver Broncos are not believed to be in the market for a high-profile quarterback but oddsmakers seem to believe there’s at least an outside chance that the team could land Oregon’s Justin Herbert in the NFL draft.
nb游戏平台Elway thinks the draft, scheduled for April 23-25, should be postponed to benefit teams and give them more time to scout players, though the Broncos are ready to proceed as things stand, Elway says.
Denver was actually looking to trade Flacco, but that was never really a possibility considering his regression, injury issues and the fact that the veteran was slated to count $23.65 million against the cap in 2020.