Posted February 28, 2013 on AP on Fox
The Denver Broncos are sticking with young safety Rahim Moore. Moore allowed Jacoby Jones' 70-yard touchdown catch in the final minute of regulation in the Broncos' playoff game the Baltimore Ravens won in overtime on their way to winning the Super Bowl. John Elway, the Broncos' vice president of football operations, and coach John Fox said Thursday that Moore made great progress last season and they have confidence he'll put the blunder behind him and make even greater strides in 2013. With free agency and the draft approaching, Elway said the Broncos feel good about their safeties, including starter Mike Adams and Quinton Carter. Carter is recovering from knee surgery and could push Moore for playing time in training camp.

Broncos have over $17 million in cap space

On Thursday, the NFL announced that the 2013 salary cap will be $123 million per team.  According to, the Denver Broncos currently have $119.5 million invested in 2013 salaries. That means, with their $14.1 million rollover from 2012, the Broncos have over $17,552,686 available.  A large chunk of that, around $9.8 million according to Yahoo! (via IAOFM), will go towards...

Ryan Clady receives $9.8 million franchise tag

On Friday, the Denver Broncos used their franchise tag on tackle Ryan Clady.  The one-year tender is worth nearly $10 million. Per the Denver Post: The tag gives Clady a $9.828 million salary for the 2013 season—nearly triple the $3.5 million salary he earned in 2012. However, the tag also drastically restricts Clady from enjoying the bidding fruits of free agency. Teams can still...

John Elway says Champ Bailey will stay at cornerback

It’s the move when cornerbacks can’t keep up with the speedsters anymore, but for Champ Bailey, he won’t have to do it this year. Most of the great corners jump to safety to prolong their careers, however, it’s an admission they have slowed down. Bailey’s rough playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens made some think it was time, but John Elway thinks different. ...

John Elway says Champ Bailey won’t be moved to safety

Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway told KKFN in Denver that they don’t plan on moving Champ Bailey from cornerback to safety for next season. “I don’t think that’s gonna happen,” Elway said. ”I think that’s a rumor out there. I think the plan right now is to leave Champ at corner. We haven’t had any discussions. I know there’s...

Broncos place the franchise tag on Ryan Clady

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Denver Broncos have placed the franchise tag on offensive tackle Ryan Clady. Broncos officially placed franchise tag on OT Ryan Clady. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 1, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document.getElementsByTagName('script...

Report: Broncos Franchise Tag OT Ryan Clady

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Denver Broncos have placed their franchise tag on LT Ryan Clady. The franchise tag will run the Broncos $9.82 million for the 2013 season. The Broncos made it known publicly that they were going to use the designation on Clady a few weeks ago, so this doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Talks between the two sides have reportedly be non...

Big_Pete: What the Alex Smith move means to the Broncos.

We all found out today that the worst kept secret is as official as it can get until March 12th… That secret is that the Kansas City Chiefs have traded for QB Alex Smith. They are giving up this years second round selection (33 overall) and a third round pick next year. So what kind of impact will this have on the Denver Broncos?   While on paper, this seems to be a slam dunk...

Former Bronco Bill Romanowski owes 5 millon in back taxes

Former Denver Bronco linebacker Bill Romanowski was ordered to pay about 5 million in back taxes, according to David Migoya of the Denver Post, after getting caught up in a horse breeding scam. The deductions were related to more than $13 million the Romanowskis borrowed to invest in a breeding operation called ClassicStar. The company eventually went bankrupt and its principals...
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