Archive for the ‘Denver Broncos’ Category

Broncos release veteran defensive end Jurrell Casey, source says

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

The Broncos have released defensive end Jurrell Casey, a league source confirmed this morning. ESPN was the first to report the move. Casey’s exit frees up $11,874,750 in salary cap space and is the second big cap-creating move of the offseason, following cornerback A.J. Bouye’s release last month.

Free agent profile: Edge Leonard Floyd

Thursday, February 25th, 2021

If the Broncos elect to move on from Von Miller they could elect to pursue a premier edge rusher to replace him. While Bradley Chubb made the Pro Bowl, he also missed time in both of the last two seasons and the Broncos may not see Malik Reed as a starting caliber edge rusher. One free agent who would make a ton of sense for the Fangio Broncos is a familiar face.

Von Miller’s criminal investigation is complete, now in Douglas County D.A.’s hands

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

Feb. 23—A criminal investigation involving Broncos star outside linebacker Von Miller was complete and under review by the Douglas County District Attorney's Office, Parker police said Tuesday. "The Parker Police Department has provided the results of its extensive investigation into the allegations against Von Miller to the 18th Judicial District, District Attorney's Office for review," the ...

Criminal investigation into Von Miller given to D.A., no decision on charges

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

There was word last month that police in Parker, Colorado had opened a criminal investigation into undisclosed allegations made against Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Tuesday brought an update in the status of that case. The police department has turned over the results of the investigation to the 18th Judicial District District Attorney in Colorado [more]

Broncos need better QB play to escape the gutter in 2021

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

This is going to come as a shocking revelation, but the Broncos’ passing offense dragged the whole team to the dregs of the league in 2020. The situation may be so shaky that better health luck isn’t enough to creep back towards average. Earlier this month, Football Outsiders shared their first ever “Way Too Early” DVOA projections.

NFL mock draft 2021: Carson Wentz trade changes plans for Colts, Bears, Broncos; Eagles pass on falling Justin Fields

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

One big tight end, two top running backs, five great wide receivers — along with five strong offensive linemen — also all go in this mock. Here's how SN sees the picks playing out from No. through No.

2021 NFL free agency preview: Justin Simmons in Dolphins’ defensive backfield? Scary

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

Player summary: Simmons, a 2020 Pro Bowler and a 2019 all-pro, will be a coveted free agent if the Broncos let him become one. But that seems unlikely. Rather, he appears destined for the franchise tag for the second consecutive season.

Mile High Morning: How the AFC West could change in free agency

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

The Lead We're just a few weeks away from the start of free agency, which means it's a good time to take a look at which area of the roster the team could improve by adding veteran players. Bryan DeArdo of CBS Sports took a look at the top needs for each AFC West team, and it's clear the defensive side of the ball will be a priority for Denver. "The Broncos enter the 2021 offseason with the division's biggest salary cap," DeArdo wrote.

Free agency looms large for Broncos

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

Assuming that it’s at the higher end of things, the Denver Broncos look to already have between $37.8 to $39.7 million to spend. Of course this number could change depending on what the Broncos decide to do with Von Miller and Kareem Jackson, both with club options that need to be exercised in order for them to return. According to Mike Klis: Miller has a $7 million guarantee option on an $18 million payout for 2021, the final year of what had been an NFL-record six-year contract.

NFL mock draft 2021: Carson Wentz trade changes plans for Colts, Bears, Broncos; Eagles pass on falling Justin Fields

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

One big tight end, two top running backs, five great wide receivers — along with five strong offensive linemen — also all go in this mock. Here's how SN sees the picks playing out from No. through No.