Take a look through photos of Broncos players performing drills at NFL Scouting Combines from recent history.
Broncos combine notes: Billy Turner remains on radar, but not Antonio Brown (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Elway beat just about all Broncos to Indianapolis as he began NFL competition meetings on Monday. Adding some form of replay to subjective judgment calls like the pass interference missed in the NFC Championship Game was discussed Monday, although it was characterized as a scratch-the-surface informational meeting.
Jace Sternberger has a story to tell, and he’s eager for NFL teams to hear it (Nicki Jhabvala, The Denver Post)
Sternberger’s football journey began in Kingfisher, Okla., a small town about 50 miles northwest of Oklahoma City. His stint as a high school quarterback lasted until his sophomore season, when he injured his shoulder and moved to tight end, a position that allowed him to feature his speed, as a former 400-meter runner, and his natural ability to pull down 50-50 balls, as a former power forward.
Roquan Smith 2.0? LB Devin White could be 'big-time difference maker' for Broncos (Aric DiLalla, DenverBroncos.com)
In his first mock draft of the offseason, NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah predicted the Broncos would take LSU linebacker Devin White — and he added Monday that Fangio would likely use White in the same vein as Smith.
Phillip Lindsay sends inspiring message to players snubbed by NFL combine (Chris Cwik, Yahoo! Sports)
After turning himself into a star, Lindsay is trying to motivate other college players who are fighting to get noticed. The 24-year-old Lindsey sent out an inspiring message to those hopeful draftees, telling them “You only need one opportunity.”
Report: Raiders and Oakland close to agreement for 2019 (Darin Gantt, Pro Football Talk)
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders and local officials have reached an agreement on a deal which will allow them to play at least the 2019 season in Oakland.
NFL unlikely to change review rules, but could crack down on players joining celebrations (Frank Schwab, Yahoo! Sports)
Mark Maske of the Washington Post said the competition committee, which meets this week, will look into proposing a rule prohibiting players from joining on-field celebrations. This is “at the behest of some teams and coaches,” Maske said.