Found July 16, 2013 on Football Nation:
The Denver Broncos suspended pro personnel director Tom Heckert one month without pay and player personnel director Matt Russell indefinitely without pay for their DUI arrests this offseason. Russell’s punishment was more severe because of his BAC level and behavior at the time of his arrest. His BAC test indicated he was three times over the legal limit for the state of Colorado. He also hit two vehicles, injuring an officer, according to’s DUI arrest was more traditional. His BAC was twice the legal limit, and he committed no other crimes according to, the Broncos organization did nothing publicly about Hecket’s DUI that occurred on June 11th. The team notified the league office, but no punishment ensued.Then after Russell’s arrest on July 6th, many claimed the organization had failed to be accountable for their actions. Ex-Bronco player Tom Nalen even went as far as to call the front office of the team “cowards.”Thus, to avoid ...

Peyton Manning reportedly threw the football with “superb velocity” at the Manning Passing Academy

According to Bucky Brooks of, after struggling at times with his arm strength last season, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning displayed great velocity on his throws at the Manning Passing Academy. At the Manning Passing Academy, I saw Manning throw the ball with superb velocity and zip while continuing to display exceptional accuracy and ball placement. Additionally, Manning...

Broncos punish DUI-accused execs

The Denver Broncos announced on Monday the punishments the team will impose upon the two executives accused separately of driving under the influence.

John Elway calls recent DUI arrests “unacceptable and inexcusable”

In the press release where the Denver Broncos announced the suspensions of team executives Matt Russell and Tom Heckert for their DUI arrests, vice president of football operations John Elway calls their behavior unacceptable and inexcusable. “When I was named to this position two years ago, I spoke of the role this organization has in the community,” Elway said in the release...

Broncos suspend Matt Russell, Tom Heckert

On Monday, the Denver Broncos suspended director of player personnel Matt Russell indefinitely without pay and director of pro personnel Tom Heckert for one month without pay for their recent drunken-driving arrests. Statement from Broncos president Joe Ellis: “We have closely 

Denver Broncos Top Editor’s Power Rankings

This is the latest and last installment of Know It All Football’s NFL Power Rankings before the start of preseason. These rankings are that of the editor (J.P. Scott) and do not factor in the opinions of the other writers on the site. We will release a new set of rankings that reflects the collective opinion of all of the writers toward the end of preseason play. 1. Denver Broncos...

AFC West: July stock watch

Denver Broncos, RISING: Addition by subtraction; that's how the Broncos continue to rise in my book. The Patriots were probably the Broncos' tallest hurdle in the chase for a Super Bowl championship, but with their recent troubles, it looks like the Patriots are weaker than ever. As long as the Broncos are able to stay healthy, they should be able to cruise into the playoffs...

Ryan Clady inks a new deal with Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos locked up left tackle Ryan Clady Sunday signing him to a five-year deal worth a base salary of $52.5 million and at least $33 million guaranteed. In addition, the money in the deal could grow to $57.5 million if Clady is named an All-Pro twice, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Clady was [...]

Ryan Clady expected to be cleared by August

According to the Associated Press,  Denver Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady is expected to be cleared by August after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum this offseason. He hopes to be cleared by early August and the Broncos are confident he’ll be in the lineup Sept. 5 to face former teammate Elvis Dumervil when the Baltimore Ravens visit Denver to kick off the 2013 season...

Peyton Manning defends Johnny Manziel for leaving camp

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning came to the defense of Johnny Manziel on Monday saying that he hopes Manziel returns to serve as a counselor next year.Manning's comments come a day after reports surfaced that the Texas A&M quarterback and Heisman winner was sent home early due to being hungover from a night full of partying. However, those reports were refuted by...

Broncos suspend two executives

The Denver Broncos have suspended two executives who are facing drunken driving charges, according to the Denver Post.

Broncos suspend Matt Russell indefinitely without pay, Tom Heckert one month without pay

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Broncos Suspend Matt Russell Indefinitely & Tom Heckert a Month for DUIs

Nothing would have ever happened if not from the pressure put on by the new age media, so this is when the power of social media helps. Matt Russell suspended indefinitely w/out pay, Tom Heckert suspended 1 month w/out pay. Treatment provided as needed — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) July 15, 2013

Wes Welker Notes ‘So Much Negativity’ in NFL, Offers Advice When Asked About Bad NFL Offseason

Wes Welker has had enough of the bad news coming out of the NFL this offseason. There have been some 35 arrests among NFL players since the Super Bowl, according to the San Diego Union-Times, and those numbers include two of Welker’s former Patriots teammates. The perennial Pro Bowl receiver seemed disappointed by the league’s sudden spike in arrests and addressed the issue...
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