Found June 30, 2013 on Sports-Glory:
Recruiting typically focuses on the positive attributes of a player. The Denver Broncos recruitment of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie did anything but that. The Broncos are doing what they can to bring a Super Bowl championship to Denver. They know that Peyton Manning will not last more than a couple seasons (if that) so while they have one of the 

Broncos got Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to sign by critiquing him

Normally teams will praise a player to no ends in order to get said player to sign with them. With cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie the Denver Broncos took a different approach. Via The Bradenton Harlad  Rodgers-Cromartie says that it took the Broncos critiquing him to fully win him over. They told me about my flaws. Nobody had done that, and it impressed me,” Rodgers-Cromartie...

Getting To Know The Denver Broncos Rookies: Sylvester Williams

Sylvester Williams (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images) Defensive tackle Sylvester Williams clearly made his impression on the Denver Broncos being a 6’3” 313 pound defensive tackle from North Carolina. After his one season at Jefferson City High School in Missouri, he said he was done with football and was working in a factory after graduation. Clearly Williams wasn’t satisfied...

Report: Broncos, Ryan Clady not close to an extension

According to the National Football Post, the Denver Broncos and left tackle Ryan Clady aren’t close to getting a contract done. The Broncos and franchise left tackle Ryan Clady resumed negotiations on a potential long-term contract extension earlier this month, but aren’t close to a deal. The representatives for Clady, who is key to the protection of Manning, are preparing...

CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie says the Broncos defensive coaches, Peyton Manning are making him a better player: 'They told me about my flaws'

Denver Broncos cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was used to coaches telling him about his talents, but in Denver they point out his flaws. It's a refreshing statement from a player who is considered extremely talented, but has underachieved in his career. Rodgers-Cromartie was drafted by the Cardinals in the first round (16th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft. He...

Clinton Portis played through multiple concussions

Clinton Portis’ storied career earned him success during his time with the Washington Redskins and the Denver Broncos. The only problem is that the running back’s success came with a price. Please click here to read this story.  The post Clinton Portis played through multiple concussions appeared first on Players View.

Report: Broncos & LT Ryan Clady No Closer To An Extension

Len Pasquarelli of the National Football Post reports that the Broncos and LT Ryan Clady “aren’t close” to reaching an agreement on a long-term extension. Pasquarelli adds that the two sides have resumed talks in recent week and the Broncos have reportedly extended Clady an offer. Clady’s reps are reportedly preparing a counter offer. Previous reports have indicated...

Denver Broncos travel in week 7 to where Manning began.

Peyton Manning (photo credit: 7. Peyton Manning returns to the the team who made him an elite quarterback. But this time, not as a Colt. Manning was selected first round in the 1998 draft by the Indianapolis Colts. He then took them to 8 division championships and a 2006 Super Bowl championship, before 2011 and his neck injury, which, as you know, lead him eventually...

Broncos openly plan to copy New England's use of Wes Welker

Wes Welker used to be Tom Brady's favorite target, but now it's likely that his number of targets will take a dramatic step backwards. That's largely thanks to the level of talent at the wide receiver position the Broncos have compared to that of the Patriots. Still, the Broncos aren't dumb, and they'll be making sure Wes Welker is comfortable by giving him familiar...

Peyton Manning says the Broncos have been studying how the Patriots used Wes Welker

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning told that they’ve been studying how the Patriots used Wes Welker during his time in New England. “I’d be lying if I told you we have not studied what worked well for Wes in New England,” Manning said. “There’s certain pass patterns and certain things that he’s done so well for so long, you’d be crazy not to copy...

One-On-One: Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are known as two of the best quarterbacks in the game today, and even in history. But which one is better? They're both known for two different styles, Brady being a sharp-shooter and Manning being the field general. Well, we've got the stats to see who is better, so lets take a look!Who's the Favorite in the Regular Season?Peyton Manning...

Peyton Manning: Broncos studying Patriots to make most of Wes Welker

Wes Welker was the most productive wide receiver in the NFL during his six seasons with the New England Patriots. He and Tom Brady had as much chemistry as any quarterback-receiver combination in football history, and Welker will be trying to recreate some of that with the Denver Broncos in 2013. While Denver and New [...]

Indianapolis Colts: 5 Most Pressing Questions Heading Into Camp

The Indianapolis Colts will hold its 2013 training camp in Anderson, Indiana, with the full squad reporting on Saturday, July 27th. After losing Peyton Manning to injury and his eventual release, in 2012 the Colts turned around their 2-14 record from 2011 to rally around Head Coach Chuck Pagano after being diagnosed with cancer to 11-5 record and a playoff berth. Can the Colts'...
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