‘We have a plan’: Broncos look forward to new regime
Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph and general manager John Elway will take a new look at the Broncos roster on Friday, with the club still in the midst of a three-game losing streak.
The Broncos are 3-6 and sit two games behind Kansas City for the final playoff spot in the AFC West, and have lost three straight.
They’ve also won just one of their past six games.
Joseph told reporters after the Broncos’ third preseason game Saturday that he’s not looking to change any of the team’s current roster.
The Broncos still have a number of key players signed through the 2019 NFL draft, including cornerback Corey Nelson, safety Darian Stewart, cornerback Darian Thompson and wide receiver Jamey Eisenberg.
Joseph also said the Broncos would not make any major changes to their defense.
He said he’s looking to keep some of the players that have been on the roster through three years.
That includes cornerback Darnell Dockett, who has been suspended by the NFL for four games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
Joseph has a lot of confidence in his defense and will continue to add pieces.