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The Denver Broncos first selection in the 2013 NFL Draft has been finalized. If the team does not trade the pick, the Broncos will be selecting 28th overall in April.
The Broncos currently have six picks, with the official order still to be finalized. Team needs include DL, OL, MLB, S and possibly WR and RB, as well.
What position do you think the Broncos should target in April? Dish out your thoughts in the comments below!
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Elway and Manning in defeat.
Well, the dust has settled, and reality is starting to creep its ugly head into our minds. I’m still not sure I believe what my eyes showed me Saturday night, but I’m willing to start believing that I’m not stuck in a 2 day long nightmare, and what transpired on the field really did happen. In a game full of head scratching penalties, non-penalties...
John Fox is a NFL football coach.
One of his primary responsibilities is to deal with the world at large when things go wrong.
On Monday he sat before the media with his boss Denver Broncos Executive V.P. of Football Operations John Elway and faced the music after his group failed to advance to the AFC Championship Game.
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On a day where Broncos fans are depressed over their teams heartbreaking playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens, there is some good news for fans hoping to see Denver host a Super Bowl. On Saturday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was in Denver to personally feel the Rocky Mountain chill, and he actually liked what he felt. "My personal view is, the game of football
The Denver Broncos may want to name January 12th an annual holiday thanks to kick returner Trindon Holliday.
During the 2012-2013 season no NFL team has lost a single game when Trindon Holliday has been on the team. Waived by the Houston Texans after Week 5, Holliday joined the Broncos Week 6 when Denver started their 12 game winning streak. The Texans were 5-0 with him as well...
The intended target for Peyton Manning's last pass of the season didn't sleep much after the game that brought Denver's season to an unexpected halt.
''I kept playing it back in my head,'' Brandon Stokley said Sunday, as he discussed the loss in a rapidly clearing locker room. ''It's like a bad dream that keeps playing over and over.'...
During this past Saturday’s Broncos – Ravens game, Denver had the ball with 31 seconds left and two time outs to go in regulation, but head coach John Fox decided to kneel the ball rather than see of they could quickly get in field goal range.
Fox explained why he opted to kneel the ball and head into overtime.
Fox on kneeling for OT after Ravens 70-yd TD: “(The TD) was pretty...
Tim Tebow's brother Peter apologized on Monday for gloating after his brother's former team, the Broncos, lost in the playoffs.
Though he is scheduled to interview with Arizona a second time today, Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy appears likely to sign in San Diego:
Chargers are nearing a deal to make Mike McCoy their head coach. Looks like it will be finalized today. More ahead @cbssports
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 15, 2013
Candidates to replace McCoy in Denver include Adam...
I don’t know what to say. It’s really hard to defend Peyton Manning, like I have done for years, when he seemingly shrunk late in the fourth quarter and OT in the Denver Broncos’ loss to the Baltimore Ravens. So I won’t. Instead, we can talk about this picture with Peyton and Ray Lewis at the end of the game.
Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is going to be busy in coming weeks. McCoy has helped guide the Denver Broncos to back-to-back playoff appearances. Last year with Tim Tebow under center, this season with Peyton Manning as the signal caller. The Broncos were eliminated from post-season play on Saturday night, so McCoy is now free to interview with other teams.
With Peyton Manning ravaging the pooch and getting intercepted by Baltimore cornerback Corey Graham on the second possession of overtime, the top seeded Broncos lost to the underdog Ravens 38-35 in 13-degree weather on Saturday night at the Sports Authority … Continue reading →
The 2012 Denver Broncos Overachieved and Fans and Media alike bought into the hype.
Yesterday’s AFC Divisional Playoff game between the Ravens and the Broncos was the most-watched AFC Divisional game in 26 years. From CBS PR: THE NFL ON CBS’s broadcast of the AFC Divisional Playoff game featuring the Baltimore Ravens’ 38-35, double-overtime victory over the Denver Broncos on Saturday, Jan. 12 was seen by an average of 35.3 million viewers (Persons 2+), up 3% from