For the last two seasons, the Denver Broncos employed one of their ex-players, Renaldo Hill, as defensive backs coach. For 2021 (and beyond), with Hill no longer on the payroll, the Broncos could resort to a similar strategy. News' Mike Klis reported Monday that Denver is "making calls" to replace Hill, who bolted to Los Angeles to become the Chargers' defensive coordinator under rookie head coach (and former Broncos linebackers coach) Brandon Staley.
MOBILE, Ala. The argument could be made that this year’s Senior Bowl is the most important week of 2021 NFL Draft evaluations. For some prospects, Tuesday was the first time that they stepped onto a football field for meaningful reps in approximately one year due to the current climate of the pandemic.
The parent companies of the Denver Broncos are asking a Denver County District Court judge to rule the former owner's estate no longer has the right of first refusal to any potential sale of the $3.5 billion franchise. The lawsuit comes in response to a May 2020 letter lawyers for PDB Sports Ltd. and Bowlen Sports Inc. received from ROFR Holdings in Vancouver suggesting it had the right to match any offer in the event the team is sold. The letter said former owner Edgar Kaiser had transferred his stake in the agreement with Bowlen to ROFR Holdings, a Vancouver corporation he started in 2005, seven years before his death.