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The arrival of Peyton Manning means John Fox can focus on improving the pass defense. [ProFootballWeekly]
The mothership previews the quarterback position. [DenverBroncos.com]
In a reversal of typical roles, QB Coach Adam Gase is soaking up Manning’s knowledge like a sponge. [ProFootballTalk]
Legwold chimes in with 10 things the Broncos need to do right to have a successful 2012. [Denver Post]
Raiders assistant saves a woman from drowning in a sinking car — but can he save the Raiders from the same fate? (HEY-OH!) [Shutdown Corner]
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Everyone knows Peyton Manning is an android football supercomputer built with alien technology, so the very idea of him having a quarterback coach is laughable to the hahaha degree. Still, the Broncos employ a QB coach anyway, because someone has to coach up Brock Osweiler and pretend like they can make Caleb Hanie game ready in case Manning goes down, because Pey-Pey sure as sh...
For the first time in a decade, Peyton Manning won’t lead his team into the playoffs. Here are four good reasons why the Broncos will miss the NFL's "second season" in 2012.
Timing with receiving corps
Learning a new offense
The defense will hit a slump
Timing: We all know you can build a Dream Team on paper. However, getting the actual...
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First Full Offseason for Fox’s Staff | DenverBroncos.com
The 2012 Broncos rookie class isn’t the only group enjoying its first NFL offseason together as a unit this year. John Fox and his coaching staff didn’t have a typical NFL offseason a year ago due to the lockout.
It’s been over three months since the NFL and Nike unveiled new uniforms for every team in the NFL. At the time, it seemed like a big hubbub about nothing, with only a few minor changes to the Denver Broncos uniform design.
In April, we noted that the shade of orange had changed and the (oft-criticized) Flywire collar design was a new look, as well. The size of the shoulder...
A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams against the NFL, which means he is likely to serve his six-game suspension to start the 2012 season, the Denver Post reported Thursday. Williams sued the league after he was found in violation of the NFL's performance enhancing drugs policy. Williams claimed protocol errors...
The U.S. District Court in the Colorado District has dismissed the lawsuit filed by Denver Broncos linebacker "D.J." Williams against the NFL.
Williams was trying to clear his name after the NFL suspended him for violating the league’s performance enhancing drugs policy. He claimed that there were chain-of-custody errors in handling his sample, which led to a "...
At the height of “Tebow Time”, when the Denver Broncos pulled off an unlikely 29-23 overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild-Card round of last year’s NFL playoffs, one man felt the hurt more than everyone else on the Steelers. That man is cornerback Ike Taylor. The man who was burnt repeatedly that game by Denver receivers, including the 80 yard touchdown...
LaDainian Tomlinson, a future Hall of Fame running back who scored 132 points against the Denver Broncos during a ten-year career, retired a San Diego Charger five days ago without a Super Bowl ring.
In hopes of getting a ring, Tomlinson considered signing with one team — just one — during the weeks leading up to his retirement.
“The only team I really gave a thought to...
How does that old adage go, "Money can't buy good taste?" Apparently NFL executives are inflicted with the same dilemma, as merely having the ability to make moves does not necessarily mean they will be good ones. Here are the ten most puzzling moves of the offseason. The Denver Broncos Writing a Blank Check to Peyton Manning The Indianapolis Colts released Peyton...
Out with the old and in with the new is the strategy with the rebuilding Colts (2006 Super Bowl win is a distant memory). First ballot hall of fame QB Peyton Manning will be under center in Denver (joined by former colt TE Jacob Tamme), TE Dallas Clark is in Tampa and WR Pierre Garcon got a monster contract from Washington. First overall pick Andrew Luck will have his Stanford security...
Every year, we put great expectations on a handful of teams, and inevitably, some of those teams fall flat. This is a list of those teams that fall flat consistently over a period of multiple seasons. Why make this list? I want to warn you before you put all your faith in a team that will almost certainly let you down. Now, right to it.
San Diego Chargers
Every year the Chargers...