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Champ Bailey is standing up for Von Miller. He might not be prepared to bet a year’s salary, but he’s going to be in Miller’s corner.
Bailey addressed the media on Wednesday, and according to Yahoo Sports, told those in attendance that he doubts Von Miller will be suspended.
“I’m saying I just know he wouldn’t jeopardize his career,” Bailey said. “I’d be surprised if he got suspended four games. It’s just surprising to me. I just know that he loves football and he shows it in the way he prepares and the way he works. That’s what I know of the guy.”
Bailey, sounding like a politician, urge everyone to let things take its course.
“It will take its course,” Bailey said. “But I stand behind my guy 100 percent.”
“One thing I know about Von is he’s not going to jeopardize what he does on that field,” Bailey said. “He’s 100 percent football player. I know he cares about it and loves it to death, so he’s not going to jeopardize his career for something stupid.”
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Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller spoke for the first time Wednesday since news broke that he was appealing a four-game suspension for a violation of the NFL drug policy. “I’m focused,” Miller said, via The Denver Post. “I can’t wait for training camp to start (Thursday). I look forward to
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning says he’s “all in on 2013.” All of the Broncos are. “Our goals are set high,” coach John Fox said. “From our owner on down, he wants to win a championship and he wants to win them back-to-back. That has been done here in this organization,
Peyton Manning's contract is guaranteed through 2014.
When asked what he views as his window of opportunity, however, the Denver Broncos quarterback wasn't looking that far ahead.
''I don't have a set number,'' Manning says. ''I'm all in on 2013.''
The Broncos opened training camp Thursday, marking Manning's second year in Denver...
In light of the Denver Broncos bad news I am a die-hard Broncos fan at heart and always want to view my Broncos in a positive light. That is why aside from recent events including drugs and alcohol I like to focus on the positive things the organization members do during the offseason. July 10th and 11th wide receivers Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker hosted a 2 day pro camp in...
Miller in his rookie season vs. Patriots
Good news for the Ravens, Giants, Raiders, and Eagles: Von Miller will be suspended for the first four games of the NFL regular season for violating the NFL drug policy, maybe. USA Today reporter Lindsay Jones says "Miller tested positive for Marijuana and amphetamines". The Denver Broncos are keeping quiet and are citing confidentiality...
In a move expected because of financial considerations, the Broncos released former starting middle linebacker Joe Mays on Tuesday.
Mays was due to earn a $4 million salary this season, although the Broncos will save only $3.5 million as $500,000 of his salary was guaranteed.
Either way, the money was too rich for a player who lost his starting position last season after the Broncos...
Von Miller is facing a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s drug policy. The Denver Broncos linebacker confirmed that the suspension is not for performance-enhancing drugs, though he did not say what the suspension was for. The Denver Post previously reported that Miller failed multiple drug tests during his rookie season for marijuana and that [...]
This is the year of the running back and many of us will be relying on rookie RBs this fantasy football season. You will need to draft 3 RBs that you can trust and without reaching! Some of the better teams in the league will feature a rookie and you will need to make sure you draft the right one! The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Le'Veon Bell with the 48th overall pick...