Broncos free-agent receiver wish: Brown or Brown or other? (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Now that the Broncos brought in a new guy to operate the offense, general manager John Elway needs to reinforce his quarterback decision by giving Flacco a new toy or two to play with.
With Joe Flacco, here's what the Broncos' offense could look like (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
That new offense should look like an old one to Flacco. It'll largely be the play-action and run-heavy offense Gary Kubiak ran in Baltimore as Flacco's offensive coordinator in 2014.
In short, the Broncos want Scangarello to pull some of the evolution from the college game -- more motion, more spread concepts -- into the offense that brought three Super Bowls to Denver.
Scouting Combine Primer: Road to NFL draft takes league to Indianapolis (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
The NFL world travels to Indianapolis on Tuesday for the annual Scouting Combine. The on-field player workouts run Friday through March 4. Here is a primer[.]
Why Evan Worthington's 40-yard dash time could propel him up NFL draft boards (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)
Worthington now must prove it in the most important job interview of his life in addition to posting a blazing-fast 40 time. Does McChesney believe Worthington can crack 4.4 seconds? "Knowing him and the way he trains," McChesney said, "I don't think it's going to be a problem."
Mike and the Mystery Mockster's 2019 Broncos draft predictions (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
[N]ew coach Vic Fangio also places a premium on linebackers who can run. Broncos general manager John Elway had Georgia inside linebacker Roquan Smith as his Plan B to Bradley Chubb in last year's draft.