On Jan. 19, general manager George Paton shared his philosophy on how he was going to make the Broncos Super Bowl contenders once more: draft and develop. Now 104 days later, Paton's finished the drafting part. And he kept nearly all his promises and in turn, gave coach Vic Fangio one of the more talented defensive units in the NFL.
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Caden Sterns and Jamar Johnson will soon be competing to make the Broncos roster.
Chad Wilson has seen his fair share of NFL drafts and NFL corners.
All of Broncos Country wants to know who new general manager George Paton is taking ninth overall in the NFL draft the night of April 29. But what about at No. 40 on April 30?
When Shamar Stephen signed a one-year deal with the Broncos on Tuesday, he wasn't sure what his role would be on a roster full of defensive talent.
Broncos safety Justin Simmons means just as much to the Denver community off the field than he does to the team on the field.
The Broncos have seemingly put together one of the most talented and experienced secondaries in the entire NFL this offseason.
The Broncos signed back safety Kareem Jackson, after originally not picking up his option at the beginning of free agency, according to NFL Ne…
The choice was simple one for Kyle Fuller.
Justin Simmons knew from the moment he first spoke to new Broncos General Manager George Paton that he wasn't going anywhere.