Broncos’ preseason comes to close with victory over Cardinals (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)
But the greatest cause for excitement on Thursday night at Broncos Stadium? Following six weeks of practice and five exhibition games the preseason is mercifully over after a 20-7 Broncos victory against the Cardinals.
Bill Bowlen’s lawsuit against trustees who run Broncos dismissed (Ryan O’Hallloran, The Denver Post)
“We’re pleased the court has dismissed Bill Bowlen’s case in its entirety as we have requested from the beginning of the case,” Dan Reilly, attorney for the Patrick D. Bowlen Trust, told The Denver Post.
To win this season, the 2019 Broncos need to model the 2014 Ravens (James Merilatt, 104.3 The Fan)
Specifically, Flacco had a great year in 2014, posting some of the best numbers of his career (3,986 yards, 27 touchdowns and just 12 interceptions). With the Broncos running a similar offense under Rich Scangarello, it stands to reason that Flacco would post similar numbers in Denver.
The Kids Are Alright: After a rookie year to remember, Chubb, Lindsay and Sutton look ahead to the encore (Staff, DenverBroncos.com)
As they prepare to embark upon their second NFL season, we asked a few of the standout players from the Broncos’ 2018 rookie class to take us through their first season together and to tell us how it prepared them for what they hope is an even better sophomore effort.