All-time interceptions leader Steve Foley calls Broncos defense ‘as good as any’ — Mile High Sports

If anyone in town knows defense, it’s got to be former Bronco safety Steve Foley, who patrolled the Denver secondary for 10 years from 1976 to 1986. Foley put together a brilliant career as a Bronco, and still stands as the team’s all-time interception leader with 44. For reference, Chris Harris Jr. is the Broncos’ active…

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Agent Leigh Steinberg chimes in on Paxton Lynch’s critics — Mile High Sports

Admiring the young arms this weekend at Sports Authority Field at Mile High will be Leigh Steinberg, the agent for both Patrick Mahomes II and Paxton Lynch. Steinberg says that Lynch hasn’t been given a fair shake when it comes to the criticism the second-year signal-caller has received. In an interview with Gil Whiteley and Mark…

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Denver Broncos mock draft update: All in on Baker Mayfield — Predominantly Orange

The Denver Broncos are going to make some significant changes this offseason. Could Heisman winner Baker Mayfield be part of the solution? The Denver Broncos are scouting quarterbacks for the up-coming 2018 NFL Draft, and it looks like this team is getting ready to make wholesale changes in what could prove to be the most…

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Denver Nuggets Daily: Nuggets’ overtime loss to Minnesota is a positive sign — Mile High Sports

With the Denver Nuggets coming off a 128-125 overtime loss at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves there is a lot to be discussed, so the Denver Nuggets Daily podcast turned to Sean Walsh to help make sense of the insanity that was the Nuggets’ overtime loss. Sean Walsh and T.J. McBride of Mile High Sports break down…

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Joe Woods: ‘We have the talent to be a championship-level defense’ — Mile High Sports

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Much pressure has been put on the Denver Broncos’ defense this year due a lack of offensive effectiveness and a slew of turnovers. Defensive coordinator Joe Woods accepts that, and stressed on Thursday that he’s still impressed with his charges. “Each year, you get new players — and those players have to step in and…

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Von Miller embracing “brutally honest” leadership role as Broncos prepare for pivotal offseason — The Denver Post

Von Miller insists he relishes difficult conversations with teammates. It’s an integral part of a captain’s role, and it’s one the Broncos’ Pro Bowl linebacker takes seriously. “I love telling people uncomfortable stuff,” Miller said. “I love keeping it brutally honest. I think that’s one of my best characteristics. I love keeping it brutally honest…

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Vance Joseph discusses young quarterbacks Lynch, Mahomes — Mile High Sports

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Vance Joseph will get a sideline view of not only one, but two young arms this weekend as the Denver Broncos get set to face the Kansas City Chiefs at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Paxton Lynch is expected to start for the Broncos, while Patrick Mahomes II, this year’s top draft pick for…

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