Russell Wilson keeping a lowkey profile during offseason
The Broncos QB has kept a low profile in his second offseason with Denver, a vast shift from his first few months with the team.Jun 5 · ESPN Denver Broncos Russell Wilson
Broncos To Re-Sign T Cameron Fleming
MAY 31: Fleming will be tied to a deal worth $2.1MM in base value, 9News’ Mike Klis notes, adding that the veteran tackle’s third Broncos contract will include $850K guaranteed (Twitter link). Fleming will count $2.35MM on Denver’s 2023 cap sheet. MAY 23: Right tackle continuity has eluded the Broncos for over a decade, and […]May 31 · Pro Football Rumors Denver Broncos Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson Says He's "Leaner and Meaner"
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson (knee) admitted that he's "leaner and meaner" this offseason and dropped weight as he prepares for his second season with the team in 2023. He's in a good place mentally and physically. But what fantasy managers want to know is if that will translate to a bounce-back campaign. The 34-year-old signal-caller looked washed up with the Broncos in 2022, and he also had arthroscopic surgery on his knee over the winter. Denver still has plenty of weapons around Wilson, and he should be better set up for success under new head coach Sean Payton. Still, most fantasy managers probably aren't touching him after last year, and he should be considered a midrange QB2, at best, heading into fall drafts.May 26 · Source via Denver Broncos Russell Wilson
Lloyd Cushenberry The Favorite To Retain Starting Job At Center
Denver Broncos center Lloyd Cushenberry missed nine games last season with a hip injury, but he's still probably the favorite to retain the starting center job heading into the 2023 regular season. However, the former third-round pick in 2020 could be pushed by second-year player Luke Wattenberg, seventh-round rookie Austin Forsyth or veteran addition Kyle Fuller. The Broncos didn't draft an offensive tackle and haven't signed one outside of Mike McGlinchey so far in the offseason. In each of the last three seasons, Cushenberry has been the team's starter under center. If he stays healthy in training camp, quarterback Russell Wilson should be taking snaps from him again in Week 1.May 19 · Source via Denver Broncos Russell Wilson