Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Feb. 25, 2019

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.

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.

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[.]

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.”

[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.

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