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Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations and legendary NFL quarterback, John Elway is featured in a new ad for Dove. In the ad, Elway and Doug Flutie show off their best trick shot.
Elway and Flutie are part of the Dove® Men+Care®"Journey to Comfort" campaign for the 2012 NCAA Football season.
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Denver Broncos quarterbacks Caleb Hanie and Adam Weber at training camp in 2012. (BroncoTalk.net photo/Kyle Montgomery)
It is the making of nightmares. Fouler than any stench, darker than the deepest abyss.
The Denver Broncos and Arizona Cardinals stood on the precipice of such despair with less than 15 seconds left in the fourth quarter of their 2012 Week Four...
The Denver Broncos made 19 transactions on Friday in order to reach the league imposed 53-man roster requirement. Perhaps the biggest name released by the Broncos was 10 year veteran CB Drayton Florence. Florence had been signed by the Broncos in May of this year but has struggled in coverage assignments this preseason. The veteran is now free to sign with any other club, not having...
Denver Broncos head coach John Fox pretty much got his Christmas present early in the form of Peyton Manning this off-season. However, Manning alone won’t work Christmas miracles, and Fox feels the entire team has a long way to go. After Manning lit up the 49er’s defense last week for two first quarter touchdowns, Fox reflected on his entire team’s performance. In an interview...
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John Elway breaks down the roster moves from yesterday. He calls the Denver Broncos Cut Day the “worst day of the year” and I can imagine why. [DenverBroncos.com]
If I had to pick one player who had the best preseason so far, it would be Eric Decker. His chemistry with Peyton Manning is really showing itself and we should expect big things from this tandem...
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Adam Weber has been impressive playing for the Denver Broncos in each of the last two preseasons, but he just doesn’t seem to get any consideration upwards on the depth chart. Meanwhile, Brock Osweiler is continuing to be unimpressive against a bunch of defensive players who will soon be cut from the Arizona Cardinals roster, but he did have that one great...
Denver, CO. For a defense that finished 2011 in the botton half of the league in both rushing yards and passing yards allowed, there is actually plenty of optimism heading into 2012. The Denver Broncos won their first preseason game on Thursday night with ease, and it was the defense who shined throughout. They are led by young stars Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil, as well as having...
The cadence rings out every time Peyton Manning is done decoding the defense and J.D. Walton is about to snap him the ball
Call it the Denver Broncos' unofficial mantra for 2012.
They're in quite the rush this year.
They're running the no-huddle at altitude. They're mixing the four-time MVP's precision passing prowess with...
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There are four more quarters of play for the Denver Broncos this preseason, then its for real. Sadly, its also four more quarters for nearly half the current roster, then its unemployment. [DenverBroncos.com & Denver Post]
With cut day rapidly approaching this Friday, Week 1 of the 2012 NFL season is also nearly here. Preparations for the Pittsburgh Steelers...
If you think that former NFL quarterback John Elway couldn't dance, you need to check out this recent advertisement for the fine folks over at Dove.
Watch as John breaks it down in a series of still shots for Dove's "Men + Care":
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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- While Peyton Manning watched, Denver's reserves pulled out a wild one in the desert.
Manning and the rest of the Broncos' starters took the fourth game of the preseason off, and Denver got a 44-yard field goal from Matt Prater as the game ended to beat the Arizona Cardinals 16-13 on Thursday night.
Omar Bolden, a fourth-round draft pick from nearby...
It's a rematch, nine months in the making.
After playing each other to finish last season, Boston College and Miami will open this year the same way: head-to-head, this time in Chestnut Hill, an odd scheduling quirk that is forcing both coaches to remember their disappointing 2011 seasons.
BC went 4-8 last year, going 3-5 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Miami went 6-6, including...