January 11th, 2017
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Vance Joseph has been hired as the Head Coach,filling the vacancy with Gary Kubiaks retiry to tend to his medical needs. He is a very established Coach and he is a Coach who is a Players Coach. He demands your best abilities. And he is very enthusiastic about the opportunity. And I hope Wade Phillips is brought back as DC. And the assistance Coach he wants to fill that spot coold serve as an assistant DC under Phillips. He would get really good traning working with Phillips and Wade would get some of the load off.
And Elway is considering hiring either Mike McCoy who left as OC to take a opportunity as Head Coach for the Chargers. The other one is Bill Musgrave who was ths OC for the Raiders. He developed David Carr into a very good QB,and if Carr hadn’t suffered a broken leg,the Raiders could have made a big factor in the AFC Playoffs. Either Coach woukd be a great OC. And Mike Shannon would have made a great HC too, so I hope he has gets a HC opportunity in the NFL
So now we wait to see to see who Joseph assembled as the Assistants Coaches. Hopefully he retains several AC currently on staff as they are great Coaches.
Now we wait to see who Free Agents they bring onto the team. And the Big Board for the NFL Drafting. The big needs are on the OL and DL.They have three choices in the 3rd Round to sweeten up any deals in the Draft. So the first Big Hurdle has been cleared, so GO , Go Broncos and put together a Team that will be a great factor in the AFC and NFL in 2017. We are United in Orange and Broncos Country loves and Salutes you Broncos!!!
January 11th, 2017
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The Broncos moved quickly to name a new head coach after the somewhat sudden retirement of Gary Kubiak, bringing in Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, inking him to a four-year deal today.
“Becoming head coach of the Denver Broncos is a dream job for many reasons,” Joseph said in a statement. “The Broncos have an unbelievable winning tradition and great fan support. But what makes this even more special is it’s a place that’s ready to win.”
The 44-year-old 44, was the last of three candidates to interview. Chiefs special-teams coordinator Dave Toub spent four hours interviewing with the team last Friday in Kansas City, and Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan was grilled at length in Atlanta on Saturday.
“He brings a leadership quality that you really love about him,” said Miami head coach Adam Gase. “He has such a great personality and such a strong personality — that alpha-type personality where he demands a lot from players and they give him everything he has.”
Joseph’s resume includes six seasons on the 49ers’ staff working with the team’s secondary, followed by three seasons in Houston as defensive backs coach under Kubiak before a two-season stint with the Bengals from 2014-15.
January 3rd, 2017
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I have been so sick this fall, but am finlly feeling a little on the mend. I was fortunate to see all the games except the last one, their huge building block of a victory, as it stopped the bleeding of so many losses in the second half of the season,it was a division game in a brutal division season, and it will put a good taste in their mouth and a lilt in their step coming back this summer. They still are not that far off of competing for a playoff and Super Bowl win. And they will rebuild tbeir OLine tbrough Free Agency and the upcoming 2017 NFL Draft. Okung needs someone to push him real hard for that Critical LT and work really hard on his footwork. Max Garcia and Matt Paradis have a lot of upside yet and with good competition could make them really solid. The right side is entirely open to be filled, hopefully by free agents/ draftees. So that weakness this season could become a strength under Elways great football acumen. And CJ will be back next season and will be very hungry to play and excell. Now can you imagine CJ, Forsett and Booker running behind a good OLine?. It was great to see Booker scoring two great TDs last weekend.And even though Elway likes the upsides of Sieman and Lynch, I think they are 2-3 years away from being a consisetling NFL QB. So he may draft one or bring in a FA to put some veteran prescence in the QB room and practice fields and sideline. But if he thinks big about another SB win in the next 1-3 years, he may go after more of a topline FA QB, such as Tony Romo.
But the first thing on his ajenda is replacing Gary Kubiack as Head Coach. So far, Kyle Shanahan, the OC of Atlanta and the son of Mike, who led Denver to their first two Super Bowl wins, and Vance Josephson, the DC of Miami, who was a teammate of Matt Russel when they were teammates at U of Colorado, are coming in for interviews. But they will have to wait until after Miami and Atlanta reapectivlly are eliminated in the NFC and AFC playoffs. There will probably be more candidates in the next few days. I just hope Phillips returns as DC, whoever the head coach turns out to be. But I would think Elway wants to get this done within the next 2-4 weeks to get the coach settled in with a great staff, hopefully keeping most if not all of the assistant Coaches already on staff, and ready to participate in the 2017 Draft. Never too early to get your draft boards assembled and the assistants and scouts out contacting most of the ones Denver is interested in. This may change as time passes as some are drafted that never knew Denver was interested in them and some players who thought Denver was interested don’t get drafted by them. Draft Boards are a lot like Chess games and can change teams strageties as the draft proceeds. So once a new HC is hired, the draft is the next big event, then rookie camp and the the procession of activities and practices leading up to Official Camp in Early July, then the expo games, and then the 2017 season kicks off in early September. I guarantee it will be here before we know. So enjoy your kids and grandkids, families and friends to the max and Go Go Broncos and provide us with a much more winning and enjoyable Broncos Team in 2017. In Elway We Trust and may he Trust in Allmighty God to guide his decisions as we all must!!!
January 2nd, 2017
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The Broncos today lost their head coach of Gary Kubiak, who stepped away after two seasons and a Super Bowl title with the franchise. After a 9-7 season and no playoffs, the Broncos will now look ahead to what’s next, and that could lead them to another former friend of John Elway as their next head coach.
Shanahan has a week to talk to teams as his Falcons are the number two seed in the NFC, and will play next weekend in Atlanta. He’s also been mentioned as a possible candidate for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
December 29th, 2016
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Trevor Siemian will start at quarterback for the Denver Broncos Sunday against the Oakland Raiders, a player source told Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver.
The source also said first-round rookie Paxton Lynch will play in the game.
This decision, in what is a meaningless game against the Oakland, proves first that coach Gary Kubiak has not given up on Siemian and is not quite ready to make the move to Lynch.
Lynch has started two games this season but each time Siemian was injured and didn’t dress. Lynch started game 5 against Atlanta Falcons when Siemian was out with a left shoulder injury, and game 12 at Jacksonville when Siemian was down with a left foot injury.
Lynch also came off the bench to play in game 4 at Tampa Bay. In those three games, Lynch completed 49 of 83 passes (59.0 percent) for497 yards, two touchdowns and one interception for a 79.2 passer rating. The Broncos went 1-1 in his two starts.
December 5th, 2016
Posted in Injuries
Kapri Bibbs gave the Broncos the spark they needed out of the backfield after four punts to open the game here Sunday. Back-to-back first downs on runs of 24 and 13 yards by Bibbs led to Denver’s first and only touchdown, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
Bibbs was headed toward the best overall game of his career before sustaining a left ankle injury after being tackled on a short second quarter rush. After the game, Bibbs said he suffered a high ankle sprain. He hobbled in the locker room with his ankle wrapped heavily.
Bibbs appeared to be the only bright spot for the offense, which had a dismal day. He led the team with 49 rushing yards on just five carries. Starting running back Devontae Booker had 18 carries for 35 yards and a touchdown.
“It was going to be a real good day,” Bibbs said. “I can bring a lot to this team. I can help this team a lot and that’s all I want to do.”
Bibbs said he was hopeful for a quick return. Typically, high ankle sprains take longer to heal than other ankle sprains.
December 4th, 2016
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With a rookie quarterback and arguably the NFL’s best defense, the Denver Broncos were content to play conservatively at Jacksonville.
It was the perfect formula against the self-destructing Jaguars.
Bradley Roby returned an interception 51 yards for a touchdown, and the defending Super Bowl champions beat the mistake-prone Jaguars 20-10 on Sunday and gained ground in the AFC playoff picture.
Roby picked off Blake Bortles’ wobbler across the middle in the third quarter — star linebacker Von Miller hit Bortles as he released the ball — and went untouched the other way. It was one of three turnovers for Denver’s defense.
“They were exceptional,” Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said.
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November 15th, 2016
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Cornerback Aqib Talib returned to practice Tuesday. He missed the Broncos’ last three games with a lower back injury that required him to get an injection a couple of weeks ago, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
“He’s feeling good. The injection was a successful thing that they did,” Kubiak said. “And I know how excited he is about the last six weeks. Good to see him get some work in and we’ll pick it up again next week.”
Talib expects to return for the Broncos’ next game, Nov. 27 against Kansas City. He leads the team with three interceptions and the Broncos’ pass defense has suffered in his absence.
“It’s attitude. He’s such a positive, playmaking, energy guy,” Kubiak said. “Aqib is a loud guy, we all know that, but it’s all about football when he’s out