Broncos’ Phillip Lindsay provides offensive spark in loss at Green Bay (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)
Lindsay might stick to a team-first mantra, a smart move with the Broncos sitting at 0-3, but this also rings true: His dynamic Week 3 performance proved he remains arguably the Broncos' most explosive player after a pair of ho-hum performances against Oakland and Chicago to open the season.
Broncos Briefs: Cornerback De’Vante Bausby takes advantage of first playing time on defense (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
Bausby, in his first major action, had both of the Broncos' pass break-ups and also three tackles.
"He did pretty good for the most part," coach Vic Fangio said. "There are a couple we probably won't like, but he broke up (two passes), which we haven't been getting much of. We had planned to play them both, but (Bausby) went in and did well so we hung with him."
Broncos battle, but can't overcome three turnovers, lose to Packers, 27-16 (Mike Klis, 9News)
"Times are rough around here," said Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders, one of only five holdovers from the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 team in 2015. "Obviously, the past three years it's been tough. And so trying to get it right. We sit at 0-3, we're living in a world of suck."
Denver Broncos Are Utilizing AI Scanners To Upgrade The Food And Beverage Experience (Simon Ogus, Forbes)
Just last week I looked at how artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting fantasy football players with their NFL fantasy teams. The new technologies certainly have many adaptations, extending beyond leisure activities, which include ways to improve the fan's experience at the games. With this in mind, the Denver Broncos of the NFL announced late last week that it will introduce, in conjunction with its food and beverage partner Aramark, high-tech Mashgin AI self-checkout units in its stadium operations.