2019 Denver Broncos season

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2019 Denver Broncos season
Head coachVic Fangio
General managerJohn Elway
OwnerEstate of Pat Bowlen
Home fieldBroncos Stadium at Mile High
Results
Record0–0

The 2019 Denver Broncos season is the franchise's 50th season in the National Football League, the 60th overall and the first under head coach Vic Fangio. It will also mark the first season under new ownership since 1984, as longtime owner Pat Bowlen died on June 13, 2019. The Broncos will attempt to improve on their 6–10 record from last season and return to the playoffs for the first time since their 2015 Super Bowl-winning season.

Coaching and front-office changes[edit]

  • December 31, 2018: One day after the Broncos' 2018 regular-season finale, head coach Vance Joseph was fired, after posting an 11–21 record in his two seasons as the Broncos' head coach.[1]
  • January 15: Brandon Staley was hired as the outside linebackers coach. Staley served in the same capacity with the Chicago Bears during the previous two seasons (2017–2018), alongside current Broncos' head coach Vic Fangio.[4] Ed Donatell was hired as the defensive coordinator. This will be Donatell's third stint with the Broncos, having coached the defensive backs from 1995–1999 and 2009–2010. Donatell also served as a defensive backs alongside Vic Fangio during the previous eight seasons — with the San Francisco 49ers from 2011–2014 and the Chicago Bears from 2015–2018.[5]
  • January 16: Rich Scangarello, who spent 2017 and 2018 as the San Francisco 49ers' quarterbacks coach, was hired as the offensive coordinator.[6]
  • January 17: Wade Harman was hired as the tight ends coach. Harman worked in the same capacity with the Atlanta Falcons from 2015–2018.[7] Renaldo Hill was hired as the defensive backs coach. This will be Hill's second season as an assistant coach, having worked in the same capacity with the Miami Dolphins in 2018. As a player, Hill was also a Broncos' safety from 2009–2010.[8]
  • January 22: Chris Kuper, who was a Broncos' offensive lineman from 2006–2013, was hired as an assistant offensive line coach. Kuper spent the previous three season (2016–2018) as a Miami Dolphins' offensive assistant.[9]
  • January 31: T. C. McCartney was hired as the quarterbacks coach. McCartney served as an offensive assistant with the San Francisco 49ers in 2015, 2017 and 2018 — the latter two seasons alongside current offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.[10]

Death of owner Pat Bowlen[edit]

On June 13, owner Pat Bowlen died at the age of 75, following a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Bowlen, who had served as the team's majority owner since 1984, relinquished control of the team prior to the 2014 season after privately battling the disease five years prior. This resulted in team president Joe Ellis and executive vice president/general manager John Elway taking control of the team. Bowlen was the fastest owner to reach 300 wins, and during Bowlen's 35 seasons as majority owner, the team posted the league's second-best winning percentage (354-240-1, .596), behind only the New England Patriots. The team also reached seven Super Bowls, winning three (XXXII, XXXIII and 50) and suffered a league-low seven losing seasons. Bowlen's death comes two months before he was to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.[11]

Roster changes[edit]

Free agents[edit]

Unrestricted[edit]

Position Player 2019 Team Notes
LB Shaquil Barrett Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed with the Buccaneers on March 15[12]
CB Tramaine Brock Arizona Cardinals signed with the Cardinals on April 2[13]
G Max Garcia Arizona Cardinals signed with the Cardinals on March 16[14]
LB Jerrol Garcia-Williams TBD originally an ERFA
C Gino Gradkowski TBD
TE Jeff Heuerman Denver Broncos re-signed March 15[15]
QB Kevin Hogan Denver Broncos originally an RFA, re-signed March 21[16]
DE Zach Kerr Denver Broncos re-signed March 16[17]
TE Matt LaCosse New England Patriots originally an ERFA, signed with the Patriots on March 14[18]
LB Brandon Marshall Oakland Raiders signed with the Raiders on March 28[19]
LB Deiontrez Mount TBD
C Matt Paradis Carolina Panthers signed with the Panthers on March 13[20]
TE Brian Parker TBD originally an ERFA
DT Domata Peko TBD
LB Shane Ray Baltimore Ravens signed with the Ravens on May 17[21]
CB Bradley Roby Houston Texans signed with the Texans on March 13[22]
CB Jamar Taylor Seattle Seahawks signed with the Seahawks on May 9[23]
WR Jordan Taylor Minnesota Vikings originally an RFA, signed with the Vikings on April 13[24]
G Billy Turner Green Bay Packers signed with the Packers on March 14[25]
OT Jared Veldheer None signed with the Patriots on May 13,[26] retired May 21[27]

Restricted and Exclusive-Rights[edit]

Position Player Tag 2019 Team Notes
DE Shelby Harris RFA Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 7,[28] resigned April 2[29]
LB Joseph Jones ERFA Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 7,[30] resigned April 2[29]
LS Casey Kreiter RFA Denver Broncos re-signed March 7[31]
WR Tim Patrick ERFA Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 7,[30] resigned April 2[29]
S Dymonte Thomas ERFA Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 7,[30] resigned April 2[29]
OT Elijah Wilkinson ERFA Denver Broncos assigned tender on March 7,[30] resigned April 2[29]

Signings[edit]

Position Player 2018 Team(s) Notes
CB De'Vante Bausby Philadelphia Eagles signed April 4[32]
PK Taylor Bertolet None signed April 29,[33] waived July 23[34]
OT Adam Bisnowaty None signed August 9[35]
CB Bryce Callahan Chicago Bears signed March 15[36]
CB Rashard Causey None signed August 11[37]
FB Orson Charles Cleveland Browns signed August 21[38]
WR Steven Dunbar Jr. San Francisco 49ers signed July 18[39]
OT Chaz Green New Orleans Saints
Oakland Raiders
signed June 3[40]
TE Bug Howard None signed May 13,[41] placed on injured reserve August 21[38]
CB Kareem Jackson Houston Texans signed March 13[42]
OT Ja'Wuan James Miami Dolphins signed March 13[42]
G Tyler Jones None signed August 21[38]
LB Dadi Nicolas None claimed off waivers on August 21[41]
RB Theo Riddick Detroit Lions signed August 4[43]
P Justin Vogel None signed July 23,[34] waived July 27[44]
RB David Williams Jacksonville Jaguars signed July 19[45]
DE DeShawn Williams None signed May 13[41]
WR Nick Williams Los Angeles Rams
Tennessee Titans
signed July 26[46]

Trades[edit]

  • March 7: The Broncos traded quarterback Case Keenum and a 2020 seventh-round selection to the Washington Redskins in exchange for the Redskins' 2020 sixth-round selection.[48] This trade, along with the aforementioned trade for Joe Flacco, became official on March 13 — the first day of the 2019 league year.[42]

Departures[edit]

Position Player Notes
QB Garrett Grayson waived May 2[50]
WR Chad Hansen waived May 2[51]
LB Jeff Holland waived August 11[37]
WR Andre Holmes designated as waived/injured on January 24[52]
OT Andreas Knappe waived April 15[53]
CB Craig Mager waived April 18[54]
S Darian Stewart released on March 7[55]

Draft[edit]

The Broncos did not have selections in the fourth or seventh rounds — see draft trades below.

2019 Denver Broncos Draft
Round Selection Player Position College Notes
1 20 Noah Fant TE Iowa signed May 23[56]
2 41 Dalton Risner OT Kansas State signed July 16[57]
42 Drew Lock QB Missouri signed July 18[58]
3 71 Dre'mont Jones DT Ohio State signed June 11[59]
5 156 Justin Hollins LB Oregon signed May 14[60]
6 187 Juwann Winfree WR Colorado signed May 13[61]

Draft trades[edit]

Trade partner Broncos give Broncos receive Source
Baltimore Ravens Original 2019 fourth-round selection — No. 113 Quarterback Joe Flacco [47]
Cincinnati Bengals 2019 second-round selection (No. 52 — from PIT)
2019 fourth-round selection (No. 125 — from HOU)
Original 2019 sixth-round selection — No. 182
2019 second-round selection — No. 42 [62]
Carolina Panthers 2019 sixth-round selection (No. 212 — from SF)
2019 seventh-round selection (No. 237 — from HOU)
2019 sixth-round selection — No. 187 [63]
Houston Texans Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas
2019 seventh-round selection (No. 220 — from NYG)
2019 fourth-round selection (No. 125 — later traded to CIN)
2019 seventh-round selection (No. 237 — later traded to CAR)
[64]
Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Trevor Siemian
2018 seventh-round selection
2019 fifth-round selection — No. 156 [65]
New York Giants Punter Riley Dixon 2019 seventh-round selection (No. 220 — later traded to HOU) [66]
Philadelphia Eagles Original 2019 seventh-round selection — No. 222 Guard Allen Barbre [67]
Pittsburgh Steelers Original 2019 first-round selection — No. 10 2019 first-round selection — No. 20
2019 second-round selection (No. 52 — later traded to CIN)
2020 third-round selection
[68]
San Francisco 49ers Original 2019 fifth-round selection — No. 148 Linebacker Dekoda Watson
2019 sixth-round selection (No. 212 — later traded to CAR)
[49]

Undrafted free agents[edit]

All undrafted free agents were signed after the 2019 NFL Draft concluded on April 27,[69] unless noted otherwise.

2019 Denver Broncos Undrafted Free Agents
Player Position College Notes
George Aston FB Pittsburgh
Quinn Bailey OT Arizona State
Trinity Benson WR East Central
Ryan Crozier C UConn
Joe Dineen LB Kansas
Austin Fort TE Wyoming placed on injured reserve August 9[35]
Ahmad Gooden LB Samford
Romell Guerrier WR Florida Tech designated as reserve/retired on July 20[70]
Alijah Holder CB Stanford
Devontae Jackson RB West Georgia
Nathan Jacobson OT UNLV signed May 13,[41] waived July 19[45]
Jaylen Johnson DT Washington waived May 13[41]
John Leglue OT Tulane
Kelvin McKnight WR Samford
Malik Reed LB Nevada
Brett Rypien QB Boise State
Deyon Sizer DE Colorado State – Pueblo signed May 13,[41] waived July 26,[46] re-signed August 4[71]
Moral Stephens TE Florida signed July 27[44]
Brian Wallace OT Arkansas waived May 13[41]
Josh Watson LB Colorado State
Jamarius Way WR South Alabama signed July 20,[70] waived August 4[71]

Injuries[edit]

Staff[edit]

Denver Broncos staff
Front office
  • Owner – Estate of Pat Bowlen
  • President and CEO – Joe Ellis
  • President of Football Operations/General Manager – John Elway
  • Director of Player Personnel – Matt Russell
  • Director of Pro Personnel – A.J. Durso
  • Director of Football Administration – Mike Sullivan
  • Director of Team Administration – Mark Thewes
  • Director of Player Development – Ray Jackson
  • Director of Football Analytics – Mitch Tanney
  • Director of College Scouting – Brian Stark
Head coaches
Offensive coaches
 
Defensive coaches
Special teams coaches
Strength and conditioning
  • Strength and Conditioning – Loren Landow
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Tyler Hill
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Anthony Lomando
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Cedric Smith

Coaching staff
Management
More NFL staffs

AFC East
BUF
MIA
NE
NYJ
North
BAL
CIN
CLE
PIT
South
HOU
IND
JAX
TEN
West
DEN
KC
LAC
OAK
NFC East
DAL
NYG
PHI
WAS
North
CHI
DET
GB
MIN
South
ATL
CAR
NO
TB
West
ARI
LAR
SF
SEA

Current roster[edit]

Denver Broncos roster
Quarterbacks

Running backs

Wide receivers

Tight ends

Offensive linemen

Defensive linemen

Linebackers

Defensive backs

Special teams

Active/Reserve lists


Rookies in italics

Roster updated August 21, 2019
Depth chartTransactions
90 active, 6 inactive

AFC rostersNFC rosters

Preseason[edit]

The Broncos played the Atlanta Falcons in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 1, at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio. The Broncos were represented by late owner Pat Bowlen, who died on June 13, as well as cornerback Champ Bailey. It marked the Broncos' fourth appearance in the game and the first since 2004, when John Elway was inducted into the Hall of Fame.[74]

The remainder of the Broncos' preliminary preseason schedule was announced on April 9. Exact dates and times were finalized on April 23.[75]

Week Date Kickoff (MDT) Opponent Result Record Game site TV NFL.com
recap
HOF August 1 6:00 p.m. vs. Atlanta Falcons W 14–10 1–0 Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium NBC Recap
1 August 8 8:00 p.m. at Seattle Seahawks L 14–22 1–1 CenturyLink Field KTVD Recap
2 August 19 6:00 p.m. San Francisco 49ers L 15–24 1–2 Broncos Stadium at Mile High ESPN Recap
3 August 24 7:00 p.m. at Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum KTVD
4 August 29 7:00 p.m. Arizona Cardinals Broncos Stadium at Mile High KTVD

Regular season[edit]

Schedule[edit]

The Broncos' 2019 schedule was announced on April 17. This will mark the first time since 2010 that the Broncos will open the season on the road.[76]

Week Date Kickoff (MT) Opponent Result Record Game site TV NFL.com
recap
1 September 9 8:20 p.m. at Oakland Raiders RingCentral Coliseum ESPN
2 September 15 2:25 p.m. Chicago Bears Broncos Stadium at Mile High Fox
3 September 22 11:00 a.m. at Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Fox
4 September 29 2:25 p.m. Jacksonville Jaguars Broncos Stadium at Mile High CBS
5 October 6 2:05 p.m. at Los Angeles Chargers Dignity Health Sports Park CBS
6 October 13 2:25 p.m. Tennessee Titans Broncos Stadium at Mile High CBS
7 October 17 6:20 p.m. Kansas City Chiefs Broncos Stadium at Mile High Fox/NFLN/
Amazon Prime
8 October 27 2:25 p.m. at Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium CBS
9 November 3 2:25 p.m. Cleveland Browns Broncos Stadium at Mile High CBS
10 Bye
11 November 17 11:00 a.m. at Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium CBS
12 November 24 11:00 a.m. at Buffalo Bills New Era Field CBS
13 December 1 2:25 p.m. Los Angeles Chargers Broncos Stadium at Mile High CBS
14 December 8 11:00 a.m. at Houston Texans NRG Stadium CBS
15 December 15 11:00 a.m. at Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium CBS
16 December 21 or 22 TBD Detroit Lions Broncos Stadium at Mile High TBD
17 December 29 2:25 p.m. Oakland Raiders Broncos Stadium at Mile High CBS

Notes

  • Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
  • Networks and times for Sunday games from Weeks 5–17 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling.
  • As the result of Saturday flexible scheduling during Week 16, the date, kickoff and network for that week's game vs. the Detroit Lions will be finalized at a later date — by no later than the end of Week 8.[76]

Other news and notes[edit]

As the result of the negative differential of free agent signings and departures that the Broncos experienced during the first wave of the 2019 free agency period, the team is projected to receive up to three compensatory selections for the 2020 NFL Draft.[77] Free agent transactions that occur after May 7 will not factor into the team's formula for determining compensatory selections.[78]

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