2018 NFL forecast: Best-case/worst-case for 11 defensive rookies (Bucky Brooks, NFL.com)
Best-case scenario: The Broncos' defense could vault back into the "best in the business" conversation if Chubb plays like a Pro Bowl-caliber pass rusher opposite Von Miller. The 6-4, 269-pound sack master flashes a combination of skills that makes him a hybrid of Khalil Mack and Miller off the edge. As one of the few pass rushers capable of winning with physicality and finesse, Chubb could be an immediate shop-wrecker on a front line that features three legitimate pass rushers (Miller, Chubb and Derek Wolfe) at the point of attack.
NFL's deepest position groups: Eagles' D-line reigns (Chris Wesseling, NFL.com)
5) Denver Broncos pass rushers: The Broncos captured the Super Bowl 50 crown on the strength of a pass rush that relentlessly battered opposing quarterbacks. While future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware has since retired, the trio of Von Miller, Shaquil Barrett and Shane Ray now have reinforcement with the arrival of Bradley Chubb, viewed by many scouts as the best defensive player in the draft. Already inspiring comparisons to Miller and Raiders superstar Khalil Mack, Chubb arrives with so much potential that defensive coordinator Joe Woods "nearly passed out" when Chubb slipped to Denver at No. 5 overall.
You can get a Broncos player to deliver fast food right to your doorstep in Denver next week (Sara Grant, The Know)
As a promotional preview on July 18, Denver Broncos offensive tackle Garett Bolles will be delivering salty, guilt-inducing food from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to unsuspecting Broncos fans (or just French fry fans) around Denver.
Broncos long snapper Casey Kreiter has funny response to poor 'Madden NFL 19' rating (Jon Heath, Broncos Wire)
Denver Broncos long snapper Casey Kreiter has the tenth-worst rating in "Madden NFL 19," this year's version of a popular football video game.
There's a catch, though.