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Even though the Broncos lost Sunday’s Super Bowl,  wide receiver Demaryius Thomas suffered a separated shoulder in the first quarter and still ended up setting a record for the most receptions in a Super Bowl, according to Vic Lombardi. DT separated his shoulder in the first quarter. Played through it. Maybe it was that Chancellor hit. Not sure. — Vic Lombardi (@VicLombardi) February 4, 2014 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Demaryius Thomas played with a separated shoulder during the Super Bowl appeared first on Pro Football Zone.


John Elway gets fired up during postmortem of Broncos' Super Bowl loss

Some players cleaned out their lockers a little more thoroughly than others. You know, just in case a return to Dove Valley doesn't work out. "An unfortunate end to a great season," said Broncos right offensive tackle Orlando Franklin. He'll be back. A three-year starter, Franklin has one more year left on his contract, at a team-value rate. Zane Beadles isn'...

Broncos signed seven players to future contracts today

Today the Denver Broncos signed seven of their practice squad guys to future deals.  Broncos signed WR Nathan Palmer, S John Boyett, OG Ben Garland, OT Paul Cornick, DE Hall Davis, DE John Youboty and WR Greg Wilson to reserve/future contracts. Greg Wilson, Paul Cornick and John Youboty are all small school players that could […]The post Broncos signed seven players to future...

Someone wrote 43-8 on a Broncos fan’s truck (Photo)

This is very wrong and funny at the same time. h/t @girllovessports Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Someone wrote 43-8 on a Broncos fan’s truck (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Peyton Manning PED rumors, Von Miller partying: The five hidden SB48 headlines

During Super Bowl week, a handful of stories were talked only about among media members. They were things that no one really wanted to write about, but some interesting conversations were had nonetheless. Here are the five biggest Broncos-related story lines that no one is discussing, at least not publicly: 1. The Peyton Manning, “how-did-he-get-so-good-again” conversation is...

Photo of Broncos fan with Super Bowl XLVIII Champs tattoo

h/t @j_greene34 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Photo of Broncos fan with Super Bowl XLVIII Champs tattoo appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Mistakes, miscalculations doom Denver's chances

The seeds of Denver's stunning Super Bowl self-destruction were planted during Wednesday's practice when coach John Fox decided to turn down the speakers that simulate crowd noise because ''it's not an away game.'' A silent snap count would have been so much better because Seattle's famed 12th Man showed up on Denver's first play from scrimmage...

Broncos Von Miller can’t get into club following Super Bowl loss

After losing one of the biggest games of your life, of course you’re going to want to blow off some steam and turn up at the hottest post Super Bowl party in New York. At least that’s what Broncos Von Miller had on his agenda Sunday night. Miller hit up Marquee – several Seahawks players were already in the building – but was denied entry because it had reached capacity....

Seahawks DT Tony McDaniel: Peyton Manning, Broncos gave up

The Denver Broncos were destroyed by the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday night, but did they fight until the finish? While the Broncos put together one nifty drive late in the third quarter that ended with a Demaryius Thomas touchdown, their team effort looked as poor as you will ever see in […]

Shaun Phillips tweets emotional text messages from son

The Denver Broncos never got into sync on offense or defense in a Super Bowl thrashing by the Seattle Seahawks. One player who took the loss hard was Broncos defensive end Shaun Phillips. Fortunately for Phillips, his son Jaylen still considers him his hero. Sorry we let you guys down. Messages like this is the I my thing that make me feel better. —...

Peyton Manning Still One of the Best Ever

All week long you are going to hear how Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning can’t win the big game. This is justifiable by looking at his playoff record and the fact that he only has one Super Bowl victory. But, this shouldn’t take away from the greatness that he has accomplished throughout his career. Manning is best known as the “greatest regular season quarterback ever...

Video: Joe Namath botches Super Bowl coin flip

The demise of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII can be blamed on many things, but perhaps the crucial turning point came before the game even started.This is because former NFL great Joe Namath hilariously botched the coin flip by not giving the Seattle Seahawks a chance to call heads or tails.Oops!Namath's ensuing flip resulted in a tails, which hadn't happened in...

Broncos’ Orlando Franklin: Peyton Manning Isn’t Only Reason Denver Lost Super Bowl

If linebacker Malcolm Smith was the MVP in the Seattle Seahawks’ Super Bowl win on Sunday, then Peyton Manning was the LVP. Manning had arguably his worst game of the season on Sunday, throwing a pair of interceptions and fumbling away another turnover en route to the Denver Broncos’ 43-8 blowout loss. While Manning is the easy scapegoat for the loss, considering his unusually...

Should Peyton Manning be insulted by question about ‘embarrassing’ team performance?

To say that Peyton Manning did not put together the best performance of his career on Sunday night would be a massive understatement. The Denver Broncos began their Super Bowl loss to the Seattle Seahawks by giving up a safety. The game never felt close from that point on. Plenty of Broncos fans were embarrassed […]
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