The Denver Broncos are no longer a threat to win the AFC. By the end of next season, they might not even push for the AFC West title.
Denver has won four consecutive division championships and reached the Super Bowl last year. All of those accolades came under former head coach John Fox, who was surprisingly ousted after losing in the Divisional round to the Indianapolis Colts two‚Ä...
It‚Äôs odd for many Denver Bronco fans to be sitting here staring at a calendar to realize that it‚Äôs now 2015 and they aren‚Äôt still playing football.¬† After being dismantled in Super Bowl XLVIII ‚Äď or Super Bowl 48 ‚Äď back at MetLife Stadium by an aggressive Seattle Seahawks side that was hoping to secure their first ever championship, the Broncos went back to the drawing...
The Tim Tebow Foundation, which is headed by SEC Network analyst and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, is sponsoring proms for 7,000 people with special needs. The 45 simultaneous ‚ÄúNight to Shine‚ÄĚ proms will take place on Feb. 13 in 26 different states, as well as locations in Uganda and Kenya.
According to Michael Hurcomb of CBS Sports, the broncos are lining up their options if they can't find a way to pry defensive backs coach Vance Joseph from the Bengals to become their defensive coordinator.
Joseph is the team's top choice, however, they haven't been able to get permission to interview him and it's unclear if the Bengals will budge.
Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson revealed on Friday that Trent Richardson was suspended for his team‚Äôs two playoff games, according to ESPN‚Äôs Mike Wells. Richardson was somewhat of a surprise inactive for Indy‚Äôs divisional round playoff game against the Denver Broncos, though he had clearly fallen to third on the depth chart and was...Read More
It was the greatest question in draft history: take the sure thing in Tennessee‚Äôs Peyton Manning, or the unfathomable physical talent in Washington State‚Äôs Ryan Leaf? The Colts, picking first, decided not to take any chances and nabbed Manning. I don‚Äôt think they have any regrets. The Chargers, meanwhile, desperate to secure either one of the quarterbacks, traded a king‚...
On Friday's episode of Treatment, the Fantasy Football Helpers discuss the recent signings at offensive coordinator including Greg Olson in Jacksonville and Adam Gase in Chicago. They also talk about Gary Kubiak and how Broncos' RB C.J. Anderson could be in for a historic season if the chips fall right.
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The Denver Broncos first choice for defensive coordinator was Vance Joseph, but the Cincinnati Bengals blocked¬†him from leaving as their defensive backs coach. ¬†So the second choice appears to¬†be Wade Phillips.
According to ESPN‚Äôs Jeff Legwold, the Broncos have been talking to Phillips, who spent three seasons (2011-13)¬†on¬†Gary Kubiak‚Äôs staff¬†with the Houston Texans...
The biggest offseason concern for an NFL franchise is becoming irrelevant. Irrelevance bleeds apathy among fans. And an apathetic fan base is nothing more than a group of hopeless cynics. As a certified cynic myself, I can promise you that we‚Äôre not good for the bottom line.
NFL teams spend the offseason doing everything from hiring new coaches to spending money on big-name free...
Quarterback Zac Dysert will stick around with the Broncos agreeing to a reserve/futures contract on Thursday.
Dysert, 24, spent the entire 2014 season on the Broncos practice squad serving as their No. 3 quarterback behind Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler.
The Broncos are still waiting on Peyton Manning‚Äôs decision on whether or not he will play in 2015 but even if Manning does...
When John Elway was quarterback for the Denver Broncos he was pretty hard to rattle under pressure.
As general manager with the press? Not so much. Check out this clip of Elway getting snippy with reporters during today‚Äôs press conference:
Former quarterback John Elway was very much on the defensive at a @Broncos press conference today: http://t.co/YgsV88KrVr
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The Denver Broncos can stop holding their collective breath, because they will have their quarterback in uniform next season. According to Woody Paige at The Denver Post, Peyton Manning plans to return to the Broncos next season.
Paige says that Manning won‚Äôt make his decision official until after he takes the annual physical examination mandated by his contract. Last year the¬†results...
According to Woody Paige of the Denver Post, citing three unnamed ‚Äútrustworthy‚ÄĚ sources reports that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning fully intends to return to the team for a fourth season.
Manning wants to return to the Broncos, however, he can't make a final decision until he undergoes an annual physical examination stipulated in his contract.
The Broncos have asked...
The Denver Broncos have hired a new coach, but it is starting to look like they will not have to search for a new quarterback in 2015. Woody Paige of The Denver Post reports that Peyton Manning is planning to return to the Broncos next season if he passes his physical exam. Because of the...Read More
According to sources that have spoken to Jason Cole, the Broncos are planning to use their franchise tag on WR Demaryius Thomas.
Cole mentions that Denver has ‚Äúno intention‚ÄĚ of allowing Thomas to field offers from prospective teams this March.
This would allow them to keep him under team control for the next year, but Cole expects them to continue working on a long-term contract...
The Denver Broncos introduced new head coach Gary Kubiak on Tuesday.
Kubiak called the Broncos job a ‚Äúgame-changer‚ÄĚ and his ‚Äúdream job.‚ÄĚ
Kubiak had planned to remain the Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator, but that was before the Broncos parted ways with John Fox and general manager John Elway called.
‚ÄúI was very comfortable saying, ‚ÄėNo, I‚Äôm going to continue...
New Chicago Bears head coach John Fox may have been experiencing some first-day-on-the-job unfamiliarity related to his new surroundings and co-workers when he mistakenly referred to quarterback Jay Cutler as ‚ÄúJake‚ÄĚ not once, but twice during a press conference on Monday. ‚ÄúThat‚Äôs a lot for a guy who has not talked to him yet,‚ÄĚ Fox...Read More
The post New Bears head coach...
Welcome to the Denver Broncos,¬†Gary Kubiak.
Gary Kubiak arrives in Denver as head coach of the #Broncos. pic.twitter.com/1YkMICipkz
‚ÄĒ Denver Broncos (@Broncos) January 19, 2015
What a perfect day in the Mile High City ‚ÄĒ and we‚Äôre not just talking about the weather.
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The Denver Broncos confirmed Monday that¬†Gary Kubiak will be the team‚Äôs next head coach.
‚ÄúGary has been part of the Broncos‚Äô family for two decades and has proven himself as a highly successful head coach and assistant coach around the NFL. From his time in Denver, he completely understands‚ÄĒand has contributed to‚ÄĒthe culture of winning that has been established throughout‚...
Peyton Manning has reportedly yet to decide if he will play football in 2015. And if the five-time NFL MVP does decide to come back, could it be a team other than the Denver Broncos? According to NFL Network‚Äôs Ian Rapoport, some general managers around the NFL have wondered if John Elway has made moves...Read More
John Elway is a big fan of John Elway.
The Denver Broncos held a press conference Tuesday to announce the mutual parting of ways with head coach John Fox, but the general manager¬†had another John on his mind ‚ÄĒ himself. Elway opened the presser by thanking John Elway.
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The Denver Broncos lost on Sunday, in more ways than one. Denver fell 24-13 to the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Divisional playoffs at Sports Authority Field, ending its season and very likely its championship window.
After the game, Peyton Manning was non-committal about his 2015 return, saying he needed to process things. Manning was awful in the contest, overthrowing a multitude...
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It was reported late Monday afternoon that the Denver Broncos and head coach John Fox have agreed to part ways. Now comes this bit of shocking news from Vic Lombardi of the local CBS affiliate in Denver.
NEW INFO: Entire Broncos coaching staff let go. Not just John Fox. All assistants gone according to several players.
‚ÄĒ Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) January 12, 2015