Head Coach Vance Joseph addresses the team following the Broncos' 16-10 victory over the Raiders.
In the February 15 edition, Broncos TV's Phil Milani joins Ryan Edwards and Steve Atwater to discuss where the Broncos stand after the reports of a potential trade for Joe Flacco.
In the Valentine's Day edition of Orange and Blue 760 Daily, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal discuss the expected win total for the Broncos in 2019 in the wake of the reported trade for Joe Flacco from Baltimore.
The Orange and Blue 760 crew breaks down the reports that the Broncos have traded for Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards open the February 12 show by discussing what got the Broncos to their current point after their Super Bowl 50 win and what the team must do to change its form of the last three years ... Tyler Polumbus and Andy Lindahl talk about what the long-term focal points must be for new Head Coach Vic Fangio ... and Julie Browman and Brandon Krisztal go around the league with NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal.
Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus discuss what path the Broncos could take to get more from their quarterback in 2019 ... Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards go inside the numbers with Mike Renner of Pro Football Focus ... and Steve, Mase and Ryan debate Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins and what it would take for a team to move up and take him.
In this week's mailbag, Andrew Mason takes a closer look at free agency and the Broncos' offensive line.
It's mock-draft season! Andrew Mason has Version 1.0 of his mock draft, which includes a couple of trade in the second segment. Bracketing the mock-draft discussion are Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus talking about the free-agent offensive linemen and Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal getting the state of the Colorado Buffaloes from new head coach Mel Tucker.
Former Broncos offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus discusses the possibilities for the Broncos' offensive line and who they may look to add and retain between the next few weeks and the start of the new league year. Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal discuss the Hall of Fame selections and why Steve Atwater will wait at least one more year. Then, Steve, Andrew Mason and Phil Milani debate which quarterbacks will go in Round 1.
Broncos TV's Phil Milani joins Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater to discuss the possibility of teams acquiring Nick Foles .. Phil, Steve and Mase then spin the "QB Roulette Wheel" to discuss where this year's top prospects will end up ... and Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal try and guess how many years could separate the Broncos from a fourth Super Bowl parade in Denver.
In honor of National Signing Day, take a look back at how some of Courtland Sutton's high-school highlights compare to his top plays from his rookie season in the NFL.
ESPN has the Broncos 20th in their first power rankings of 2019 ... what could take the Broncos higher? The First and Ten at Ten crew breaks down what they think the Broncos need to get back up the charts right away. Then Andy Lindahl, Tyler Polumbus and James Gomez discuss the impact on position coaches of improving a player's performance.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards react to the Hall of Fame announcement, which brought great news for Champ Bailey and Pat Bowlen and an improved result in the voting for Atwater himself. Atwater talks about how he received a knock on the door Saturday ... but it was the maid. Then Steve tells about how he got a call ... but it was a robocall.
President and CEO Joe Ellis talks about what Pat Bowlen's Pro Football Hall of Fame announcement means for the organization and which Broncos we could see enter the Hall in the future.
Champ Bailey reflects on his emotions after receiving the news that he had been elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and reveals why he believes he is the first of many Hall of Famers the Broncos will have on defense.
Terrell Davis and Shannon Sharper talk about their feelings ahead of the Hall of Fame announcement and the need to get more Broncos into Canton.
Outside linebacker Von Miller talks about his Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nomination and why this trip to Atlanta has provided extra motivation for next season.
Broncos TV catches Phillip Lindsay and Bradley Chubb on the red carpet at NFL Honors to talk about how they pushed each other during their rookie season.
Broncos Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists Steve Atwater, Champ Bailey and John Lynch talk about their Broncos careers and why the Broncos deserve more representation in the Hall of Fame.
The Broncos' Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists, along with members of the Bowlen family, reflect on Owner Pat Bowlen's contributions to the NFL and their anticipation for tomorrow's announcement.
Direct from Radio Row in Atlanta, it's the Daily! First, NFL Network's Jim Trotter -- a Hall of Fame voter who will present Owner Pat Bowlen at the Hall of Fame Selection Committee meeting on Saturday -- joined Justin Adams to discuss the selection process. Then, Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards discuss possible free-agent quarterbacks and what the floor is for each of them.
Andy Lindahl and Tyler Polumbus discuss how the Broncos need to be "wise" about the quarterback position and trying to solve it for the long term ... and Hall of Fame voter Scott Garceau discusses Steve Atwater's Hall of Fame candidacy with Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards discuss how some of the potential free-agent quarterbacks on the market compare with Case Keenum ... Tyler Polumbus and Andy Lindahl set the scene from Radio Row in Atlanta at Super Bowl LIII ... and Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal discuss new Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello with Matt Barrows, who reports on the 49ers for The Athletic.
Outside linebacker Von Miller hosts a football camp with a video-game twist in Atlanta ahead of NFL Honors and the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award presentation.
Hall of Famer and former Bronco Terrell Davis talks with Broncos TV about his bond with Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen and what he thinks Phillip Lindsay is capable after a remarkable rookie season.
Running back Phillip Lindsay joined "Good Morning Football" in Atlanta to discuss his rookie season and the Pro Bowl.