Head Coach Vance Joseph addresses the team following the Broncos' 16-10 victory over the Raiders.
Zach Kerr reads and reacts to his NFL.com draft profile that was written when he was coming out for the draft in 2014.
On the April 19 edition of the Daily, Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright talk about how Flacco is reinvigorated by getting a chance at a fresh start with the Broncos. Then, Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater break down the 2019 schedule with Broncos TV's Phil Milani. Finally, Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal debate the importance of finding the answers at tight end.
Broncos TV looks back on the day Derek Wolfe became a Denver Bronco and discusses the reasons why Denver was the perfect team and city for Wolfe in 2012.
Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright open the show by dissecting the Broncos' 2019 schedule, isolating some of the crucial spots that await the team in 2019. Then, Simon Fletcher joins the "First and Ten at Ten" crew to share his draft memories -- which he says included falling asleep on draft day and missing the Broncos' call. As Fletcher said of his draft-day tale, "Mine was not the storybook [of] being drafted."
Broncos TV talks with Head Coach Vic Fangio about the Broncos' 2019 schedule, including Denver's season opener against the Raiders in Oakland on "Monday Night Football".
In the April 17 edition of the Daily, Broncos TV's Matt Boyer joins the "First and Ten at Ten" crew to discuss the week's camp -- and how he has "zero concern" about Chris Harris Jr. being in shape when he returns to UCHealth Training Center.
Fullback Andy Janovich has some choice words for his critics as he reads his NFL.com draft profile from when he was coming out for the 2016 NFL Draft.
Broncos TV looks back at the moment Von Miller became a Denver Bronco and discusses why this might be John Elway's favorite draft choice thus far.
In the April 15 edition, the "First and Ten at Ten" crew tackles the position groups in the draft, discussing which are the deepest and which are the weakest. James Gomez and Tyler Polumbus then drop in to break down the most exciting draft possibilities for the Broncos. Finally, ESPN's Chris Mortensen talks about the Broncos with Brandon Krisztal and Benjamin Allbright.
Outside linebacker Bradley Chubb reads his NFL.com draft profile and reacts to what the critics said about his game when he was coming out for the 2018 NFL Draft.
In this episode of "Broncos Connected," Bradley Chubb sits down with host Bob Holtzman to discuss his draft process, look back on his rookie season and share his insight on how the team is shaping up so far for the 2019 season. The show also includes a review of the recent rules changes, a glimpse at the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders' final auditions and much more.
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer and Andrew Mason drill down into why LSU's Devin White or Michigan's Devin Bush could be the perfect pick for Denver in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Broncos TV's Phil Milani joins Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards to discuss how the coaching of Fangio and his staff can help push players like Von Miller to higher levels ... James Gomez and Tyler Polumbus discuss how the evaluation of this year's QB class can be impacted by the passers who could be available in the 2020 NFL Draft ... and the "First and Ten" crew talks with former Air Force WR Jalen Robinette, who is back in the draft mix again after serving a two-year military commitment.
"[Fangio] is the type of guy this team needs," Wolfe said, citing the leadership void since Peyton Manning's retirement as something that Fangio can help fill. Why is this important? Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards get into it during the April 11 edition of the Daily.
Broncos players Bradley Chubb, Andy Janovich, Kareem Jackson and Zach Kerr read and react to what NFL draft analysts said back about them when they were preparing to make their leaps to the NFL.
What does that mean for the offense? And what will it take for him to get there -- from both Sutton and others on the offense? The "First and Ten at Ten" crew gets into those topics in the April 10 edition.
James Gomez and Tyler Polumbus kick off the April 9 edition of the show to talk about what the Broncos can get out of in-person visits with draft prospects -- particularly with quarterbacks. Then, former CU Buffs WR Juwann Winfree drops into the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio to discuss his Pro Day workout and the pre-draft process with the "First and Ten at Ten" crew. Finally, De'Vante Bausby talks with Michael Coover and Benjamin Allbright about joining the Broncos and reuniting with Head Coach Vic Fangio and Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell.
"He knows what's going to get you over the hump," Simmons tells Michael Coover and Benjamin Allbright during an in-studio interview to lead off the April 8 edition of the Daily. Tyler Polumbus and James Gomez then discuss the impact of Von Miller adding weight. Finally, Hall of Fame LB Rickey Jackson joined Andrew Mason, Steve Atwater and Ryan Edwards to discuss Vic Fangio, who coached him with the Saints in the 1980s and 1990s.
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer and Andrew Mason analyze this year's tight end class and discuss why LSU's Foster Moreau could be the perfect sleeper in later rounds of the upcoming NFL Draft.
In the April 5 edition of the Daily, Tyler Polumbus and James Gomez talk about how Vic Fangio's demeanor with players is exactly what you see in press conferences ... and after that, Jeff Holland joins the "First and Ten at Ten" crew to discuss what he expects from the Broncos' new head coach.
Tyler Polumbus and James Gomez kick off the show by discussing the impact of Emmanuel Sanders' recovery from a torn Achilles tendon on the composition of the Broncos' receiving corps. Then, Steve Atwater, Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason go to court to present the cases for taking an interior offensive lineman early in the draft, or waiting until Day 3 to cross that item off the shopping list.
Butt joined Brandon Krisztal and Benjamin Allbright to talk about his rehab work and his expectation that he will be ready for training camp. But first, Broncos TV's Matt Boyer comes into the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse studio to discuss the importance of voluntary offseason work with Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards.
ILB Brandon Marshall is off to the Raiders in free agency after six seasons in Denver. As he departs, he has his "exit interview" with Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards. Also in the show: James Gomez and Tyler Polumbus' discussion of Mike Klis' mock draft and Justin Adams and Brandon Krisztal's debate about the direction the Broncos will take with the No. 10 overall pick.
Is it coaching? Or will it be the alterations along the offensive line or at cornerback? Steve Atwater, Andrew Mason and Ryan Edwards debate this on the April 1 edition of the Daily.
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer and Andrew Mason discuss the top cornerbacks in this year's draft and identify a potential sleeper pick from Kentucky for the later rounds of the upcoming NFL Draft.