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So many of the Denver Broncos faithful remember the 1996 season. Led by John Elway, Steve Atwater, and Terrell Davis it was the first time in a long time the Denver Broncos had a team that had all the tools to go deep into the playoffs.
Thoughts of the Broncos fulfilling the countless dreams of a Super Bowl, that had eluded us for many years, were a reality.
The regular season was full 0f Broncos victories that saw a team beat up others and looked dangerous... Read more
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New Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker has no qualms about discussing his hair transplant procedure, saying, "It’s nothing to be embarrassed about."
Thanks to the Denver Broncos the AFC West is back on the map.
Prior to Peyton’s arrival, this division was in a battle with the NFC West on worst in the NFL. The Chargers seemed to win by default, or as Charger fans will contest, if they didn’t win the division they would lose it in a glorious display of futility. The Raiders have a great supporting nation but the team...
Many probably remember former Buffalo Bill and Jacksonville Jaguar Ashton Youboty, but there is another Youboty now in the NFL. Former Temple standout DE/OLB John Youboty is an intriguing prospect ffor the Broncos. He is a smart, knowledgeable player that can project as either a DE or OLB, depending upon the scheme. Youboty, at 6’4, 250 pounds, had a fantastic senior season for...
The Denver Broncos agreed to terms with free-agent center Dan Koppen on Thursday, after news that J.D. Walton will be out until mid-October due to a left ankle injury that forced him to the bench only four games into the 2012 season. Koppen then became the starting center for the rest of the regular season and one playoff game. Alongside him in the offense is another familiar face...
Denver Broncos center J.D. Walton had surgery on his left ankle Monday and could possibly miss the 2013 season, reports Jeff Legwold of The Denver Post. Walton needed surgery to replace some hardware in his left ankle that was originally
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, there’s “some sense” that the Denver Broncos and left tackle Ryan Clady can get a deal done by next month.
These sides haven’t been able to get on the same page as to Clady’s value, and sources said the kind of money the Broncos had on the table for a long-term deal, prior to placing the tag on Clady, simply were not in line...
Denver Broncos wide receiver, Wes Welker, was in Boston last night taking questions before attending the Bruins game.
When asked if he felt the New England Patriots undervalued him during free agency he replied “Unfortunately, it’s the business side of football and as a player you understand it. So, you just move on and look toward the future.”
Welker said all the right things...
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker had a hair transplant.
Welker is a spokesman for Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, who brought him back to the Boston area that hosted him as a member of the New England Patriots.
According to a report, they put together an event to promote their products and it was from there that Welker also talked football.
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According to Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post, Broncos center J.D. Walton is expected to miss the entire season after undergoing another ankle surgery.
#Broncos center J.D. Walton has had an additional surgery on his ankle this week. Is expected to miss season. A tough deal for him.
— Jeff Legwold (@Jeff_Legwold) June 19, 2013
This is a big blow to the Broncos offense.
The Denver Broncos signed free-agent center Dan Koppen, bringing the 11-year veteran back after J.D. Walton had offseason surgery on his left ankle.
Koppen signed with the Broncos last October and started 12 regular season games after Walton first hurt his ankle. Walton was expected back this season but needed more surgery this offseason.
Koppen played his first nine seasons with...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that while the Broncos and OT Ryan Clady still have a ways to go regarding a long-term extension, “there is at least some sense that it could get done in the next month.“
La Canfora expects to see the negotiations to go ”right to the deadline.“
Denver’s previous offer was reportedly “not in line with what a top-five tackle will...
Denver signed center Dan Koppen to a one-year deal.Fantasy Spin:The Broncos starting center, J.D. Walton, needed more ankle surgery and is expected to miss most, or all, of this season, which makes this signing important to fantasy owners. Peyton Manning can't throw if he's on his back.