Running back Devontae Booker nearly found the end zone after slipping a tackle.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards open the show by discussing how Head Coach Vic Fangio expects the perennial Pro Bowl linebacker to do more, including drop into coverage. Then, Justin Adams joins Ryan and Mase to chat with LB Josey Jewell about his expanded role in Fangio's scheme.
The Broncos' rookie class made their first visit to the Denver Broncos Boys and Girls Club on Thursday to learn more about the team's commitment to the community and the legacy left by Pat Bowlen.
Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright open the show by discussing what can be lost during the six weeks that the players are away from team-organized work between minicamp and training camp. Then, former Broncos WR Vance Johnson, one of the famed "Three Amigos" of the late 1980s, shares his memories of Owner Pat Bowlen with Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal. Then, Allbright and Ryan Edwards talk about the degree to which the Broncos upgraded at head coach and quarterback this offseason.
Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright open the show by discussing John Elway's comments about how the Broncos haven't met late Owner Pat Bowlen's standards in recent years and how it increases their motivation for the coming season. Then, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal catch up with former Broncos DL Trevor Pryce to share his memories of playing for Bowlen.
Broncos Ring of Famer Steve Atwater reflects on his time with Pat Bowlen and explains the lessons Mr. B wanted his players to carry with them as professionals.
Six of Pat Bowlen's children — Annabel, Beth, Brittany, Christianna, Johnny and Pat Jr. — thank the city of Denver and Broncos fans for the outpouring of support they received at the open-house tribute to their father on Tuesday.
ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ring of Famer Rod Smith and rookie tight end Noah Fant discuss their relationship to Pat Bowlen and his impact on the Broncos.
"We were so lucky to play for Pat Bowlen, because Pat put football first," President of Football Operations/General Manager said Monday when he reflected on the life of Owner Pat Bowlen. In this episode of Orange and Blue Daily, Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright listen to Elway's comments and reflect on Bowlen's significance to the team and the sport. Then, Andrew Mason and Phil Milani learn more about Bowlen's legacy from a fellow Hall of Famer, running back Terrell Davis. Then, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal talk with Davis' backfield mate, fullabck Howard Griffith, about Bowlen's legacy.
Andrew Mason and Phil Milani are joined by the Broncos' winningest head coach, Mike Shanahan, to discuss the memory and legacy of Owner Pat Bowlen, who died June 13. Then, Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright discuss the relationship between Bowlen and Shanahan and how it helped direct the Broncos to their era of dominance in the late 1990s. Finally, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal talk with former Broncos safety David Bruton Jr. about his memories of Bowlen.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards react to Adam Gotsis' thoughts on the defense and how the emphasis on details in practice can help the Brocnos have fewer self-inflicted mistakes such as defensive offside penalties ... then, Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright catch up with OL Dalton Risner.
Ryan Edwards, Steve Atwater and Andrew Mason talk about how Flacco's take on practice and getting the better of the defense evokes thoughts of Peyton Manning and how he attacked practice repetitions.
Bob Holtzman of Broncos Connected joins the "First and Ten" crew to talk about the Broncos' offseason changes and how Joe Flacco's arrival provides a jolt to not only the offense, but the team in general.
Matt Boyer joins the "First and Ten" crew to discuss the outlook for young wide receivers and tight ends such as Noah Fant, DaeSean Hamilton, Troy Fumagalli and Courtland Sutton ... and then Tyler Polumbus and Benjamin Allbright talk about how minicamp struggles could hurt a player's chances of making the roster.
Andrew Mason, Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater take a look at the second day of the minicamp and assess where the backup quarterbacks stand as offseason work concludes.
Get an inside look at Broncos practice during the team's second day of mandatory minicamp.
"They were getting two plays in in the amount of time it would take to get one play in," Steve Atwater told Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards as he shared his observations from the first day of minicamp.
Broncos players posed for the cameras and smiled wide during the team's annual media and picture day.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards discuss how they don't expect Chris Harris Jr.'s absence from two weeks of OTAs to cause any lingering issues on the field ... then Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman talk with Harris about his initial impressions of Head Coach Vic Fangio's defense.
Aric DiLalla of DenverBroncos.com joins Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to discuss Miller's weekend pass-rushing summit in Las Vegas.
Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman discuss Harris' return to OTAs, his contract adjustment and the chances of him coming back to the Broncos for the 2020 season. Then, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards talk with Ring of Famer Simon Fletcher about Harris' contract.
Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards grade the Broncos' decision to give Harris more money -- but not more years -- on his contract as the Pro Bowl cornerback returns for the third week of OTAs. Then, Ring of Famer Rod Smith joins Benjamin Allbright and Tyler Polumbus to reminisce about the career of Champ Bailey.
Broncos rookies Noah Fant, Dalton Risner, Drew Lock, Dre'Mont Jones and Brett Rypien were all wired for sound as they took their best swings at TopGolf for "A Round with the Rookies" presented by Coca-Cola. Money raised from the event will go toward a community initiative chosen by the rookie class.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. discusses his first day back with the team during voluntary workouts and details his approach to the upcoming season.
Head Coach Vic Fangio discusses Chris Harris Jr.'s return to offseason workouts with the team and explains what Harris can learn before the team breaks for the summer.
Tyler Polumbus and Julie Browman open the show by discussing what it means for the Broncos to have Harris back on the field for OTAs. Then, Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards debate which Broncos defensive players beyond Von Miller are the most indispensable to the team's hopes in 2019.