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Former Denver Broncos linebacker Keith Burns has been a special teams assistant in Denver since 2007. On Tuesday, he signed with the Washington Redskinsas their new special teams coordinator.
FootballOutsiders.com‘s Andy Benoit suggests Randy Starks, Terrance Knighton, and Alan Branch as a few potential free agent defensive tackles that Denver could pursue.
Denver’s Von Miller is a member of NFL.com’s All-Under-25 Team.
If the Minnesota Vikings do place wide receiver Percy Harvin on the trading block, Denver may be tempted to make an offer.
The Broncos are in a dire cap situation, so restructuring quarterback Peyton Manning‘s contract isn’t something the team necessarily needs to worry about.
USAToday.com‘s Pete O’Brien says running back Ronnie Hillman could have a breakout year in his second season.
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On Tuesday, Denver Broncos special teams assistant Keith Burns left for Washington. On Wednesday, the team replaced Burns with former Kansas City Chiefs quality control coach Derius Swinton.
Former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer has been helping quarterback prospect Collin Klein prepare for the upcoming NFL Combine.
Here is a review of who...
The 2013 NFL schedule has yet to be released but we already know who each team is playing. Now we are learning when they are going to play.
What is good for the NFL is usually good for us as according to a report on MileHighSports.com the Denver Broncos will have the maximum amount of prime-time games next season including five night games.
According to the site, NBC is ready to...
The Denver Broncos were the most humble member of the misfit American Football League at its inception in 1960. They couldn’t even afford their own uniforms, so they scrounged up those dreadful yellow and brown rags from the defunct Copper Bowl.The Broncos have since cultivated a proud history: two Super Bowl Championships, six AFC Championships, 12 AFC West titles, 19 playoff...
The AFC West could possibly be one of the league's most lopsided. On the one hand, you have the Denver Broncos, with arguably the most talented roster in the AFC. For the three remaining teams, however, simply reaching a .500 record in 2013 would be no small feat.
There's no question that San Diego, Oakland, and Kansas City all have a ton of catching up to do...
The Washington Redskins hired former NFL linebacker/special teams’ player Keith Burns as Special Teams Coordinator, the team announced Tuesday.
Burns, 40, has spent majority of his NFL career with the Denver Broncos -– the last six seasons as assistant special teams coach and 11 out of 13 years of playing. Burns spent time with the Chicago Bears (1999) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...
According to Mile High Sports, the Denver Broncos will likely open the season on Sunday Night Football and play on Thanksgiving this fall.
“Broncos @ Giants – Peyton Manning versus Eli Manning. The huge New York television market. According to sources, it will be a “major upset” if this is not the SNF opener. (…)
“While the plan for opening weekend...
RGIII turns 23 today. Celebrate with his lighthearted media moments. [Bog]
Replacing Danny Smith is Keith Burns, Denver’s asst. ST coach. [The Insider]
Looking at the market value for Fred Davis this offseason. [The Insider]
Add DCist to the growing list of publications not using “Redskins.” [DCist]
WaPo’s ombudsman comes out against the name “Redskins” too. [WaPo]