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Over the past week, we conducted a Speak Series on the blog addressing all of the basic positions on Denver’s roster. Below are the results of our fan polling:
Nobody knows what the offensive line should look like –
Fans were in a dead split as of Tuesday afternoon on what the offensive line should look like this season. Fifty percent of fans voted to keep the 2011 unit in place and fifty percent suggested moving players around. It’s probably safe to say that the jury is still out on the offensive line.
Dumervil, Warren, Wolf and Ayers should be the main pieces on the defensive line –
Sixty percent of fans voted to have Elvis Dumervil and Robert Ayers as the starting defensive ends with Ty Warren and Derek Wolfe as the main defensive tackles. A rotation of Justin Bannan and Sealver Siliga at defensive tackle received the second-most votes (fifteen percent).
Thomas and Green should back up Dreessen and Tamme –
Seventy-two percent of fans voted for Joel Dreessen, Jacob Tamm...
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This offseason, we’re going to do a Speak Up series looking at each position (o-line, d-line, etc). Today, we’re looking at the quarterbacks.
Last season, Brady Quinn and Tim Tebow were Denver’s Co-No. 2 QBs for the first half of the season. Who should be the No. 2 QB this season?
Returning: Adam Weber.
Acquired: Peyton Manning, Brock Osweiler...
On Monday the Denver Broncos made Matt Prater the NFL's fifth highest-paid Kicker, now the team only has two players left to sign - rookies Brock Osweiler and Ronnie Hillman.
Osweiler a second-round quarterback will likely get a contract similar to last year's No. 57 pick, Mikel Leshoure, who got a four-year deal worth $3.04 million. The Denver Post is reporting that Osweiler...
1st Lt Ben Garland, right, is officially sworn in as a member of the 140th Wing of the Colorado Air National Guard by Brig Gen Trulan A. Eyre, 140th wing commander, at the Denver Broncos training facility. (US Presswire photo by Ron Chenoy)
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The Denver Broncos have signed kicker Matt Prater to a new four-year deal, locking up one of the most powerful legs in NFL history.
Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway announced the contract Monday. Terms were not released.
Prater was a clutch performer for the Broncos down the stretch last season with four game-winning field goals. He had three straight...
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According to Denver Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway, kicker Matt Prater has been signed to a new four-year contract.
Prater was designated as the Broncos franchise player this offseason and has been waiting patiently to get a new contract.
Elway had nothing but good things to say about Prater.
This was the final piece in setting our...
The Denver Broncos and kicker Matt Prater have agreed to terms on a four-year deal, ending his offseason-long “holdout” and ensuring the Broncos can rely on kicks like this through 2015:
Well done, Broncos. Now get those two rookies signed before camp.
Denver Broncos second-round draft pick quarterback Brock Osweiler is still unsigned, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports. Osweiler will get a four-year deal worth $3.04 million, or similar to the deal that Detroit running back Mikel Leshoure received last year as the No. 57 overall selection. The difference is Osweiler hoping for a little more guarantee because of the so-called...
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We haven't seen Peyton Manning throw a touchdown pass since January 8, 2011. That's when the New York Jets beat the Indianapolis Colts in an AFC wild-card playoff game, long before a string of neck surgeries led to Manning's year-long hiatus and a major career shift. The big question for the Denver Broncos is whether they have a fully healthy Peyton Manning or a shadow...
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Kicker Matt Prater signed a four-year contract with the Denver Broncos. Prater had stayed away from the team's offseason program after being given the team's franchise tag of $2.654 million in March. He joins the Bucs' Connor Barth as franchised kickers who signed multi-year deals. "Matt has developed into one of the NFL's elite kickers and is a big part...
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On Monday, Matt Prater secured himself a new contract with the Denver Broncos. Prater made 19 field goals while attempting 25. The real reason Prater got signed to a new contract is most likely because of his leg. At 59 yards, Prater had the second longest field goal made in 2011. He was also 4 for 4 during the playoffs.
Per a source with knowledge...
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Last week, Minnesota Vikings defensive end Jared Allen—who led the NFL with 22 sacks last season—was asked how many sacks a player could record in one season. To which Allen responded, “I think 25 is possible. Somebody will eventually reach that, it will be reached one year.”
How about this year?
In 2011, four different players recorded...