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The Denver Broncos open up the 2014 season when they host the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football on NBC.
Bradley Roby's progress and the possibilities for returners are among the topics Andrew Mason tackles in his latest mailbag.
New Broncos kicker Brandon McManus just arrived in Denver, but he's already looking to capitalize on a big opportunity.
Kapri Bibbs and Juwan Thompson hope to make an impact against the Cowboys Thursday night to show their value in the Broncos' running back depth chart.
Brock Osweiler is ready for his first start in 12 months, and cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Kayvon Webster are looking good.
Brock Osweiler and Zac Dysert are looking forward to significant playing time on Thursday against the Cowboys.
New Bronco and former Dallas Cowboy DeMarcus Ware makes his return to Dallas where he began his career.
Tuesday's highlights included a number of catches from Julius Thomas and Cody Latimer, as well as a monster day from Quinton Carter.
The Broncos traded a conditional seventh-round pick to the Giants for kicker Brandon McManus and waived kicker Mitch Ewald on Tuesday.
With Matt Prater suspended, Mitch Ewald could be in position for the chance of a lifetime. But his competition for a four-game gig lurks beyond Dove Valley.
The NFL officially announced the suspension of Broncos kicker Matt Prater on Tuesday.
Von Miller's return saw a little of everything we'll see from the linebacker in his multi-faceted role.
Big names like Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas and Aqib Talib stood out during practice on Monday.
The Broncos have waived Cody Larsen and placed Jordan Norwood on injured reserve.
A contrite Matt Prater apologized for the lapse that he confirmed will lead to a four-game league suspension.
Cornerback Aqib Talib was pursued by the Broncos because of his tough, physical playing style. The offseason has given him time to adjust to a new defense and he is now ready to spearhead the Broncos’ revitalized secondary.