To say things are getting a little tense surrounding the Denver Broncos may be a bit of an understatement after a rather contentious practice.

Denver has been disarray for most of the season and the changes continue to dole out.

Suffering through a 6-game losing streak, recovering from the firing of offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, and posting a dismal 3-7 record, the Broncos have had their fair share of stress.

Denver has had a rather tumultuous week and yesterday was no different as the team released cornerback Lorenzo Doss on Thanksgiving for being late for a meeting and a practice that had a few skirmishes.

It can be argued that frustrations are boiling over in Denver.

“We’re just trying to get better as a football team, simply put,” Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said.

The Broncos have not had a seven-game losing streak since 1967 and will be trying to avoid meeting that mark this week.