Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post

Ryan O'Halloran

The Denver Post

Lone Tree, CO, United States

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Recent:
  • The Denver Post
Past:
  • The Sun
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Sun Sentinel
  • Pioneer Press
  • Boston Herald
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Florida Times-Union

Recent articles by Ryan:

Broncos schedule analysis: Russell Wilson gets return to Seattle quickly out of way

The Broncos will open on Monday night for the third time in four years → Read More

Prime-Time Players: Broncos’ schedule highlighted by five night games, including three at home

The Broncos open the season against the Seahawks on Monday Night Football. → Read More

Broncos’ ownership competition begins second round with site visits, source says

Five groups and/or individuals who submitted bids to buy the Denver Broncos have advanced to the second round of the process, an industry source said Thursday. → Read More

Denver Broncos will play Jacksonville Jaguars in London's Wembley Stadium on Oct. 30

The Russell Wilson Effect is sending the Broncos across the Atlantic Ocean for the first time in 12 years. → Read More

Broncos Journal: This year’s draft class has experience edge over last year’s picks

Here are 10 things from Ryan O’Halloran about the Broncos as the NFL draft chatter winds down. → Read More

AFC draft grades: Ravens, Jets earn top marks after adding several impact players

Broncos beat reporter Ryan O’Halloran evaluates the drafts for each of the teams in the AFC. → Read More

NFC draft grades: Falcons, Lions help rebuilding efforts with top classes

Broncos beat writer Ryan O’Halloran breaks down the draft for each NFC team. → Read More

Grading Broncos’ Day 2 of the NFL draft: The Post’s sports staff weigh in on second, third rounds

The Post’s sports staff weigh in with grades after the second day of the 2022 NFL draft. → Read More

Broncos select Oklahoma linebacker Nik Bonitto with No. 64 overall pick in NFL draft

The Broncos opened their NFL draft activity tonight by staying put at No. 64 and selecting Oklahoma outside linebacker Nik Bonitto. → Read More

NFL draft look-ahead: Still plenty of available talent for Broncos on Day 2

The NFL draft’s first round is in the books and the Broncos were spectators as expected after dealing the ninth overall pick to Seattle in the trade for quarterback Russell Wilson. → Read More

Final Broncos Mock Draft: Inside linebacker, tight end should be team’s top two selections

Since our initial Broncos mock draft earlier this month, the team added a ninth pick to their cupboard as a result of an NFL clerical error, re-signed safety Kareem Jackson and shifted Baron Browning from inside to outside linebacker. → Read More

Moving up from 64th pick in NFL draft? Recent history suggests Broncos will stay put or move down.

Three decades of draft history suggest Paton is more likely to stay put or move down than move up the board. Here are six things about the 64th pick. → Read More

Broncos Draft Preview: Team set with top four receivers, but not so much at tight end

Broncos beat writer Ryan O’Halloran looks at wide receivers and tight ends ahead of the 2022 NFL draft. → Read More

Broncos Mailbag: What would clinch Russell Wilson’s Pro Football Hall of Fame candidacy?

Denver Post Broncos writer Ryan O’Halloran posts his Broncos Mailbag periodically during the off-season. → Read More

Several NFL teams, including Broncos, solved quarterback issue, but many teams enter draft still looking

The NFL’s Quarterback Axis began to turn on the morning of March 6 when Aaron Rodgers committed to remaining with the Green Bay Packers, followed two hours later by the league-rattling trade of Russell Wilson to the Broncos. → Read More

Broncos Mock Draft: Immediate contributors, depth options dual priorities with eight picks

Here is our first projection of the Broncos’ mock draft. → Read More

Broncos Mailbag: Has defense been improved enough to be team strength?

Broncos general manager George Paton’s activity last month showed he wasn’t overly thrilled with the play of the defense last year. But was it enough to improve the unit? → Read More

Broncos Mailbag: Which parts of roster still need to be addressed?

Denver Post Broncos writer Ryan O’Halloran posts his Broncos Mailbag periodically during the off-season. → Read More

Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett: Russell Wilson’s love for football “intoxicating for everybody”

Hackett wants Wilson to be a part of the offensive strategy sessions. Wants him to be up front about what he likes and doesn’t. Wants him to provide ideas and feedback based on his decade of experience. Wants him to embrace the freedom he may get with the Broncos that may have sometimes been left out of in Seattle. → Read More

First wave of free agency over, Broncos not done adding, should focus on five position groups

Even after signing Randy Gregory, the Broncos could draft an outside pass rusher → Read More