Von Miller signs off on Adam Jones signing: 'We got dogs'(Troy Renck, KMGH)
At 34, does the reserve cornerback have anything left? Given his off-field issues, is he worth the risk? All- Pro outside linebacker Von Miller believes so. Wednesday, I asked the Broncos' best player his opinion on the signing. He left no ambiguity.
"I think it's great, man. Somebody said we don't have no dogs. Hey, we've got dogs. We've got dogs, man," Miller said. "Having a guy like Adam is amazing. I have known Adam for a long time in the league. To have (him) in the locker room, I am super excited about it. It's going to be good."
Starters won't play, but many objectives for Broncos in preseason finale(Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
Keeping the roster at 90 players will allow Joseph to hold out starters and key reserves without worrying about over-taxing the rest of the depth chart.
"I think for the overall health of the team, you can go into this fourth game and it allows you to preserve your valuable backups," Joseph said of keeping the full roster until the end of preseason.
Broncos at Cardinals preview: 5 players to watch Thursday night (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
1. Chad Kelly
He may have the No. 2 quarterback job already wrapped up, but he can lock it down with a productive first half. Kelly will start the game and if he plays turnover free and continues to show a savvy for making plays when having to avoid pressure, Kelly deserves to be the main backup Sept. 9 against Seattle.
With roster cuts looming, what will the Broncos do with Paxton Lynch? (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
After one of his final preseason practices this week, Lynch said he "absolutely" wants to stay in Denver.
"I've said that since Day 1; I've wanted to be 'the guy' here," he added. "I've gone through some things, I've struggled, I haven't played well at times and at times I have played well. I've just got to find that consistency of constantly playing well. And I know that I can get there."