Denver Broncos News and Notes

Well, it looks like John Lynch will be a Denver Bronco no more. The veteran safety has chosen to leave the team and possibly pursue playing for another team or retiring altogether. Entering his 16th year in the league, Lynch has had an impressive career but is slowing down a little and was not happy with the role that he was going to be taking on with Denver this year. I think the general feeling was that he has lost a step, although he is still valuable in the run defense, and Denver is looking for a more multidimensional safety than someone that mainly helps in run support. Read the rest of this entry »


Denver Broncos News and Notes: Training Camp Report

After a few days of Broncos training camp I thought I would give a synopsis of some of the position battles with some notes on how it appears the players are doing. I should note, I am not covering every single player, only the ones that stood out in one way or another so far to me. Read the rest of this entry »

10 Questions for a Raiders fan

In a previous blog, my good friend Travis asked me a series of questions to gain the perspective of a Denver Broncos fan. Travis is a Raiders fan and the sanctioned Raiders blogger for

You can check out that interview here.

Now, it is my turn. I asked Travis a series of 10 questions. We plan on interacting with each other throughout the season to keep the rivalry going. Read the rest of this entry »

Denver Broncos News and Notes

On Thursday the Broncos signed rookie Wide Receiver and return specialist Eddie Royal and as suspected they reached a deal this morning with rookie Offensive Tackle Ryan Clady. This is happening just in time for training camp which starts today. Read the rest of this entry »

Denver Bronco Player Spotlight: Rod Smith

This is a special player spotlight celebrating Rod Smith’s career with the Denver Broncos. Rod was picked up in 1995 by the Broncos as an undrafted free agent out of Missouri Southern State. Always a true workhorse and professional both on the field and in the community, Rod was instrumental throughout his career with Denver and a major factor in both of their back to back Super Bowl championships in 1997 and 1998. Read the rest of this entry »

Denver’s Rod Smith makes it official reports that Denver’s Rod Smith is going to officially retire on Thursday.

Smith will hang them up as Denver’s leading receiver of all time after 13 memorable and amazing seasons. He is easily one of the greatest undrafted players to play the game and certainly at his position. Rod was instrumental in Denver’s back to back Super Bowl wins and was always a reliable and favorite target for Elway. I am hoping we can keep him on the coaching staff somehow. Read the rest of this entry »

Denver signs rookie Jack Williams

Yesterday the Denver Broncos signed rookie defensive back Jack Williams, their 4th round choice out of Kent State. Williams signed a 4 year deal with a signing bonus of $452,000. The rookie will likely have to prove his value on special teams in the 2008 season but will certainly fit into Denver’s long term plans at corner back depending on his progress. Read the rest of this entry »