Post news about the schedule of the Broncos and other teams here. This article will be updated with the Broncos’ full 2018 schedule once it is known.
The full schedule is now official.
- Week 1: vs. Seahawks (per Mike Klis)
- Week 2: vs. Raiders
- Week 3: at Ravens (per the team’s website)
- Week 4: vs. Chiefs
- Week 5: at Jets (per Brian Costello)
- Week 6: vs. Rams
- Week 7: at Cardinals (TNF)
- Week 8: at Chiefs (MNF)
- Week 9: vs. Texans
- Week 10: Bye
- Week 11: at Chargers
- Week 12: vs. Steelers
- Week 13: at Bengals (per 506 Sports)
- Week 14: at 49ers (per Ryan Koenigsberg)
- Week 15: vs Browns (Saturday)
- Week 16: at Raiders (MNF)
- Week 17: vs. Chargers
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the 2018 Broncos Top 5 Draft Survey over the past three days! Here are some observations that I took away from the results. Continue reading 2018 Broncos Top 5 Draft Survey – Results
There’s been plenty of talk on who the Broncos should target with the 5th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Thus, I thought it would be prudent to set up a simple poll to gain insight on what direction the Broncos fanbase wants the team to go toward. Barring something unusual like an early trade, I plan to leave this open through Wednesday, and then will parse the results in articles for Thursday.
To make the data parsing easier, please try to use the full name of the player, spelled correctly. (For one obvious example, it’s “Quenton”, not “Quentin” or “Quinton”.) You are also encouraged, but not required, to post your top five in the comments of this article.
The $4.5 million Anderson was due to make will be fully gained against the 2018 cap, as he has no dead money to speak of.
It’s generally believed that the modus operandi of John Elway is to fill as many immediate needs as possible in free agency, thus freeing up the Broncos to take a best player available approach to the draft. I do feel that Elway has pretty much accomplished the first goal, and that he’ll more or less stick to the second goal. However, I think it would be worth looking at where the Broncos’ roster could stand come the 2019 offseason. Come then, I could foresee many positions that, while not a need now, have a chance to be at that time. Continue reading What Could 2019 Tell Us About The Broncos’ 2018 NFL Draft?
Beyond the fold, here is what King’s contract table may look like: Continue reading Marquette King Contract Details
Early reports of the terms of the contract:
Klis, however, reports that the $7 million total should be read as “up to $7 million with incentives“. Nicki Jhabvala reports King’s “base around $2M“, of which may mean $2 million APY.
In a few weeks, we should learn all about the 2018 NFL schedule. Thus, I thought I’d put together a few thoughts about what might be reasonable to expect out of it.
These are the opponents the Broncos will face in 2018:
- Home: AFC West rivals, Steelers, Browns, Texans, Seahawks, Rams
- Away: AFC West rivals, Ravens, Bengals, Jets, 49ers, Cardinals
Continue reading What Could The Broncos’ 2018 Schedule Look Like?
Mike Klis has the specific draft picks exchanged:
Despite being drafted two seasons ago, Cravens still has three years left on his rookie contract. This is because his contract was tolled due to being placed on the Redskins’ Reserve/Left Squad list for the entirety of the 2017 season. His salaries will be about $650,000 in 2018, $850,000 in 2019, and just a shade over $1 million in 2020.