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2020 Schedule
2nd in AFC West
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11hJeff Legwold

Broncos' Fangio: 'should have been more clear'

A day after a conference call with reporters that drew criticism, Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio on Wednesday apologized for his comments that he doesn't "see racism at all in the NFL."

Stephen A. astounded by Fangio's comments about racism in the NFL (2:13)
15h
Dungy: Fangio doesn't recognize situation when he says there's no racism in NFL (1:39)
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22h

ESPN Daily: Dak Talk: The Cowboys' Stake In Their QB

By many measures, quarterback Dak Prescott holds the keys for the Dallas Cowboys' success in the 2020 season. As of right now, he still doesn't have a contract extension. ESPN NFL insider Bill Barnwell calls the situation between Prescott and his team the "highest-stakes game of chicken in NFL history." He joins Mina Kimes to explain why Prescott has been a salary bargain compared to peers like Jared Goff and Carson Wentz, and what it'll take for the Cowboys to get a deal done. Then, NFL linebacker Brandon Marshall discusses why he protested police violence and racial inequality alongside Colin Kaepernick in 2016, and what's changed since then.

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1dJeff Legwold

Broncos' Fangio: 'I don't see racism at all in NFL'

Broncos coach Vic Fangio said he was sad and angry when he saw video of George Floyd's death, but he added that he doesn't see racism or discrimination as being prevalent on NFL teams.

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4dJeff Legwold

Hall of Fame RB Little diagnosed with cancer

Running back Floyd Little, who starred for the Denver Broncos after a standout career at Syracuse, has been diagnosed with cancer. Little, 77, is a member of both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos announced several promotions Friday as well as the re-organization of what they will now call their Football and Technology department led by Tony Lazzaro, who has been with the Broncos for 19 years. Among several promotions were Matt Russell to vice president of player personnel and Mark Thewes to vice president of football operation and compliance. Both Russell and Thewes were already with the organization when John Elway was hired as the team's top football executive in 2011.

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Gordon: Chargers' home prepped him for no fans

New Denver Broncos running back Melvin Gordon said he's not concerned if fans can't be in the stands when the NFL season begins because he has already dealt with that.

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7dKevin Seifert

NFL tables onside kick proposal once again

NFL owners tabled a proposal that would have given teams an alternative to the onside kick, the second straight year they have decided against addressing what has become a thorny issue.

Flashback: Dez, Zek and Dak meet up for a workout (1:05)
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ESPN Daily: SVP On Tiger/Peyton Vs. Phil/Tom

Champions collide this weekend as golf legend Tiger Woods and Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning tee off against golf legend Phil Mickelson and...Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady. ESPN's own golf expert Scott Van Pelt breaks down "The Match: Champions for Charity," which will raise over $10 million for coronavirus relief efforts. Van Pelt discusses how he believes The Match's competitors will fare, as well as the PGA's plans to bring golf back soon. Then, Mina chats with 2020 Madden Bowl winner Raidel "Joke" Brito on how his no-passing strategy paid off.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

ESPN announced Wednesday the Broncos were one of four finalists for the Sports Humanitarian Team of the Year award -- the Dodgers, the Sacramento Kings and New York City FC were the others. The winner will be announced June 21. The award recognizes an organization's work in the community and for the Broncos it includes their work with the Boys and Girls Club as well as many other charities and outreach programs in the Denver area.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos tackle Elijah Wilkinson, who coach Vic Fangio has said will compete with Garett Bolles for the starting left tackle job, has had surgery on his left foot (he suffered what the team called a high ankle sprain in the Broncos' win over the Lions last December). Wilkinson posted a photo on social media this weekend that showed him with a walking boot on his left foot/ankle and using a medical scooter for his left leg. Wilkinson is expected to be medically cleared in time for training camp.

Jerry Jeudy shows off his throwing arm (0:22)
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NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards194.728th
Rushing Yards103.920th
Points For17.628th
Points Against19.823rd

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