Broncos hoping they've found their answer at tight end with Jake Butt (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The Broncos like what they've seen to this point in the offseason work but have tempered their public expectations for Butt in the slightly retooled offense.
(Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
The angst that permeated the Denver Broncos for two straight summers of quarterback competitions is noticeably absent from team headquarters this year.
Q&A: Broncos QBs coach Mike Sullivan talks Case Keenum, backup battle, Paxton Lynch's mechanics and more (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Over the past five-plus months, Sullivan has changed teams, cities and conferences, and is now getting acclimated to a new system with new terminology and quarterbacks of varying strengths and experience.
(Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
"There is always room for improvement (but) I obviously believe I can go out and play right now," Lynch said in his first public comments since Keenum was signed in March. "But that's not my job right now. Case is the guy and I'm doing everything I can to make the team better and make myself better. I'm obviously confident in my abilities and what I can do. I'm hanging my hat on that and I'll be ready."
Denver Broncos announce extended partnership with 9NEWS (Jeremy Chavez, 9News)
The partnership includes preseason game broadcasts, an array of weekly shows and insider content on the team exclusively on 9NEWS.