On the next-to-last day of OTAs, the Broncos' offense and defense continued to make strides to return to top form.
Five reasons why the Broncos will make the 2018 NFL playoffs (Adam Rank, NFL.com)
They have enough veteran mettle -- with Miller, Keenum and Demaryius Thomas, among others -- to not only compete for the AFC West, but make a deep run in the playoffs. I feel like a lot of folks are foolishly dismissing this team because Denver lost a few pieces. But these Broncos look pretty darn stout to me.
Keenum to release new book in September (Matt Wyatt, Houston Chronicle)
Keenum details his football life from before his days at Wylie High School in Abilene to his ascension to the NFL after a record-breaking career as quarterback at the University of Houston.
Broncos can once again be successful if they focus on four key areas (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
Players say the figurative temperature has been ratcheted up at Dove Valley.
After a "gut-check" rookie season, Broncos DE Walker believes he's back where he belongs (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Not only was Walker new to the league, to the game, to the Broncos' locker room and their playbook, but he was also tasked with adapting to two positions at the highest level.
Broncos depth at cornerback is starting to develop as Roby, Brock battle for No. 2 *(Rich Kurtzman, Mile High Sports) *
Bradley Roby, who just finished his fourth season in the NFL, seems primed to become the full-time starter and No. 2 cornerback. But, this year, Denver signed Tramaine Brock in the offseason, and he's pushing Roby for that position.