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Manny Ramirez is in the Denver Broncos' long-term plans, less than a week after making his first career start at center.
The Broncos announced Wednesday night they had signed Ramirez to a two-year contract extension through 2015.
The seventh-year pro played in a career-best 15 games last season, including 11 starts at right guard before sliding over to center this offseason when J.D. Walton had a setback in his recovery from ankle surgery.
Dan Koppen, last year's starter, blew out a knee when training camp began and Ramirez fended off challenges from Ryan Lilja and Steve Vallos.
Coach John Fox on Monday praised Ramirez's play in Denver's 49-27 win over Baltimore last week in which Peyton Manning threw an NFL record-tying seven touchdown passes.
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The Denver Broncos undeniably gave the AFC’s best showing in the opening week of the 2013 NFL season. The Broncos scored a league high 49 points against the defending Superbowl champion Baltimore Ravens. Peyton Manning and the Broncos receiving corp were transcendent against the Ravens defense, accumulating a total 462 yards and 7 touchdowns. Peyton led the league in yards per...
Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that the Broncos have reached an agreement with C Manny Ramirez on a two-year contract extension.
Ramirez, 30, will now be under contract through the 2015 season. Denver turned to Ramirez after they lost Dan Koppen and J.D. Walton for the season.
Ramirez’s Week 1 performance was fairly average, according to Pro Football Focus. Then again...
The Denver Post is reporting that Susan Schroeder, spokeswoman for the Orange County district attorney, says she made a mistake and there was never an arrest warrant issued for Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller regarding a traffic citation.
The newspaper says that Schroeder told it Wednesday about a warrant for Miller for failure to appear on a traffic citation that was issued...
According to CBS4 in Denver, Broncos Defensive end Von Miller apparently has run into more traffic problems. Miller was stopped again by the Arapahoe County Sheriff department last week and cited for driving with a suspended license and speeding.
Champ Bailey wore a rain jacket and slogged through puddles as he ran in a steady drizzle Thursday while his Denver Broncos teammates went through practice.
The area has been hit hard by torrential rain, leading to flooding in Northern Colorado, especially mountain communities around Boulder. The Broncos have a nearby indoor training facility for bad weather, but practiced on the...
According to CBS 11 in Dallas, Broncos linebacker Von Miller has a warrant out for his arrest in California for not paying a speeding ticket.
Investigative Reporter Mireya Villarreal uncovered Miller was cited March 22, 2012 in Orange County, California, for speeding.
Susan Schroeder, Orange County District Attorney Spokesperson, confirms Miller never showed up for that ticket...
And I just put him in one more. Drats.
Von, Von, Von. Oh Von, as much of a valuable player you are on the field, you are proving to be quite the headache off of the field. News was released Wednesday that Von Miller had been stopped last week and cited for driving on suspended license and speeding. This sure does sound like deja-vu. Maybe because in August, Von Miller was arrested...
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller already suspended for the first six games of the season now faces more legal problems according to a CBS4 investigation.
CBS4 has learned the star linebacker was stopped again by law enforcement last week and cited for driving while his license was suspended and speeding adding to a multitude of legal woes.
Arapahoe County officials confirm...
According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has the authority to add to Broncos LB Von Miller‘s current six-game suspension.
A report from CBS4 Denver came out last night that Miller received a citation for driving without a license and speeding.
Miller has already served one game of his current suspension for for violating the league’s substance...
Von Miller’s penchant for making bone headed error could lead to the pro bowl linebacker missing more than the five remaining games on his suspension.
ESPN.com is reporting that Roger Goodell could choose to add games to Miller’s suspension after the linebacker was cited for speeding and driving with a revoked license.
Because Miller was arrested in August on a failure to appear...
If Roger Goodell has grown weary of Von Miller's repeated legal trouble the NFL commissioner has the authority to add to the Denver Broncos linebacker's current six-game suspension.
Miller is one game into his suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy and Wednesday team officials were privately wrestling with the revelation that Miller was cited last...
Denver Broncos defensive star is currently riding the pine on a six game suspension. With all the drama swirling around him, including his agent denying a bench warrant was issued for Miller, Von goes about his business…and in this case, his business is tattooing himself. Have to admit, dude has skills.-TOVon Miller Mugshotted on a failure to appear Von Miller & Iman Shumpert in new Spot
Von listen to me to closely…….
PAY YOUR TICKETS MAN!!!
No reason a millionaire shouldn’t be able to pay his traffic tickets, that is for broke people like me. Get it together Mr. Can’t Get Right.
BREAKING: I have just #Broncos Von Miller has an open warrant in Orange County California for failure to appear in court — DA spokeswoman
— Ryan Parker (@ryanparkerdp) September 12, 2013
Von Miller‘s list of troubles just got a bit longer.
Miller, who is serving a six-game suspension from the NFL, was arrested last month for failing to appear in court on traffic charges, and apparently he hasn’t learned his lesson. He was stopped by police again last week and cited for driving with a suspended license and speeding, according to CBS4 in Denver.