Denver Broncos | News

Broncos, Briefly: Friday, August 26, 2016

Military Teams Up With Broncos For NFL Boot Camp (KCNC-TV)
Not only do the troops get to work out like the Broncos, they also watched the team practice.

Kubiak: Experience has 'zero' impact on QB battle (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
With roster cuts looming, Kubiak was asked after Thursday's practice what impact it would have on the team's decision-making to have two quarterbacks who have not started an NFL regular-season game.

There’s “just something about” Siemian (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
"He's just calm and composed, he doesn't get riled up, nothing really gets to him. When you see somebody like that with that confidence, you look at him—even though he doesn't have an NFL snap under (his belt)—you look at him and you go, 'There's just something about that kid that makes you want to go play for him.'"

Broncos offense says it will be stronger this season (Michael Kelly, Associated Press)
"We're better as a group," running back C.J. Anderson said. "We don't want to rely on defense too much. We got too comfortable with that last year. We want to do our part on this team."

Welcome to the 2026 NFL Football Symposium (Bill Reiter,
He really has morphed into a more athletic version of Ben Roethlisberger. Big Ben, of course, won a Super Bowl in his second season in the NFL.

* *

Check out what's on

Ellis, Elway join prestigious league committees (Andrew Mason)
The Broncos continue to wield significant influence inside the most elite corridors of league power, as President/CEO Joe Ellis and Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway were added to major NFL committees this week.

Broncos and USAA team up for NFL Boot Camp (*
About 50 military members, from different branches, got a taste of the NFL on Thursday morning, as the Broncos and USAA teamed up for NFL Boot Camp. *

Ware and Ray go neck-and-neck in foot race (*
Former Broncos Offensive Coordinator Jim Fassel talks about the QB competition in Denver, NFL in LA and the prospect on a team in Las Vegas. *

No. 94 Celebrates National Park Service’s No. 100 (Ben Swanson)
In honor of the National Park Service celebrating its centennial anniversary, Ware took some time out of his busy day to tell us about how he draws inspiration from America's national parks and why he finds them so important.

This article has been reproduced in a new format and may be missing content or contain faulty links. Please use the Contact Us link in our site footer to report an issue.