ENGLEWOOD | Broncos coach Vance Joseph is going with experience this time, hiring Tom McMahon to replace Brock Olivo as his special teams coordinator. Joseph gave Olivo his first shot at coaching special teams last season, but Dave Toub’s longtime assistant in Kansas City oversaw one of the worst special teams in the league and was among six assistants Joseph fired last week.
ENGLEWOOD | The Denver Broncos aren’t sure who their quarterback is. In the latest twist to the uncertainty that’s surrounded the position ever since Peyton Manning retired, coach Vance Joseph said Monday he wasn’t sure whether to name Brock Osweiler or Paxton Lynch his starter at Washington this weekend.
ENGLEWOOD | Vance Joseph’s rookie season in Denver has been full of losses, laments and quarterback switches. Joseph said Friday that Trevor Siemian’s season is over, indicated Brock Osweiler’s starting days also might be finished and hinted Paxton Lynch could start at Washington next week.
ENGLEWOOD | Trevor Siemian’s season is over after the Broncos’ starting quarterback injured his left shoulder in Denver’s 25-13 win at Indianapolis, coach Vance Joseph said Friday. Joseph also hinted that Paxton Lynch and not Brock Osweiler would start next week at Washington.
ENGLEWOOD | In a season turned sour, add Ronald Leary’s injury to the long list of the Denver Broncos’ misfortunes. Leary’s first season in Denver has been cut short by a back injury that sidelined the sixth-year guard the last two weeks after he started the first 11 games at right tackle.
DENVER | From loser’s lament to winning formula, the Denver Broncos finally played the clean game rookie head coach Vance Joseph has been pining for ever since they started their eight-game spiral.
ENGLEWOOD | Vance Joseph’s college coach dropped by practice Wednesday for a friendly visit and to offer some advice. “Just to hang in there,” the Denver Broncos coach said in recounting his meeting with University of Colorado great Bill McCartney. “He gets it. It’s a hard profession.”
ENGLEWOOD | Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph has conceded the postseason is lost but he won’t give up on the last four games of the regular season. The rookie coach said the Broncos haven’t quit despite an eight-game losing streak.
ENGLEWOOD | Frustration swept through Week 13 of the NFL schedule. Rob Gronkowski’s cheap shot on Bills cornerback Tre’Davious White. Tom Brady’s sideline spat with his play caller Josh McDaniels. Marcus Peters’ heave of an official’s yellow flag into the stands as the Chiefs fell into a three-way tie in the middling AFC West.
ENGLEWOOD | Domata Peko’s 123-game starting streak, the longest by a defensive lineman in the NFL, will come to an end this weekend. Coach Vance Joseph ruled out the Denver Broncos’ tenacious nose tackle Friday because of a sprained ligament in his left knee. Peko was injured in the Broncos’ 21-14 loss at Oakland last week.