After rough showings by both Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler this season, the team is turning to their former first-round pick to turn the season around.
If there’s one thing this NFL season has seen plenty of, it’s quarterback issues.
The Denver Broncos are officially moving on.
After Monday night’s loss, the Broncos may move on from Trevor Siemian.
A new NFL season is approaching, and for some teams, their quarterback situation is as messy as the day camp started. Or worse. What’s going on?
It’s been ages since fans of the Cleveland Browns got to cheer. But there’s finally a plan in place. And most importantly, they’re sticking with it.
Cutler is unemployed while Glennon and Mark Sanchez are not. And Houston, Romo ain’t walking through that door. Plus, who’s drafting a quarterback too high?
Ted Thompson not spending isn’t surprising; what about retaining his own? Plus, the Browns had a pretty good day as we break down Day 1 of NFL Free Agency.
It’s not going to be easy for the Houston Texans to win it all. It’s going to be nearly impossible, actually. But if their defense holds, you never know.
We’ve reached the halfway point of the NFL season, and we’ll break it down in two pieces—starting with Brady, Carr, and the rest of the AFC.
There’s nothing wrong with testing the market, but downsides still exist. We look at Brock Osweiler and others who took their talents elsewhere this season.
What happens when you get Donald Trump, John Elway, and the Denver Broncos all together in the same room? And, let’s talk about some rookie quarterbacks.
The NFL season is right around the corner, so we’re giving you 11 matchups to mark on your calendar. From rematches to homecomings, here’s what to look for.
We imagine a world in which Donald Trump takes over for Roger Goodell. Of course, the first order of business is a boisterous press conference.
Denver has the depth, determination and defense to make a title run.
Kubiak and Elway meet to discuss Week 17, but not without a couple surprises.