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When Mel Kiper talks for some reason fans of the NFL listen and pay. In order to see his entire mock draft you would need ESPN’s insider service, but we went ahead and found it the old fashioned way – by searching every news outlet who has already announced the selection.
Without further ado here’s Mel Kiper’s NFL Mock Draft 1.0.
According to Kansascity.com, Mel Kiper stated the Chiefs would be better off trading down. According to Kiper, only four players are reasonably worthy of consideration by the Chiefs for the first pick in the draft. The group includes two outside linebackers, Jarvis Jones of Georgia and Damontre Moore of Texas A&M, a defensive tackle in Utah’s Star Lotulelei and an offensive tackle, Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M.… Read more
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Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is still stinging over the team's loss to the Ravens on Saturday, saying he will remain "ticked off for a month" about it.
Per the team, here’s a look at the players that spent time on a practice squad last season that are guaranteed to receive an invitation to Denver’s training camp this summer:
DENVER BRONCOS 2013 FUTURE CONTRACT SIGNEES:
G Justin Boren
WR Gerell Robinson
T Paul Cornick
DT Ben Garland
S Duke Ihenacho
RB Jeremiah Johnson
G Quentin Saulsberry
S Blake Gideon
Robinson and Garland are...
In this archive photo, Denver Broncos Owner Pat Bowlen addresses the media in January 2009. (John Leyba/Denver Post)
Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen wrote an open letter to Broncos Country reflecting on the 2012 season, the bitter loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and where we go from here. An excerpt –
The energy and enthusiasm you provided us this past year were infectious and carries...
(Cartoon courtesy of DrewLitton.com)
The Denver Broncos 2013 coaching staff is almost completely assembled.
The Broncos lost former offensvie coordinator Mike McCoy to San Diego, replaced him with quarterbacks coach Adam Gase (shortly thereafter, Ken Whisenhunt, one of Denver’s OC candidates also signed with San Diego), blocked the Chargers from hiring Matt Russell as their next...
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...
This horse died a few days ago, but we are going to beat it some more.
The game is over, the refs made the calls that they made, and Broncos players can only use the game as motivation moving forward. After watching the video above, though, it is shocking to realize that not only did Dan Dierdorf play in the NFL for 13 seasons, he was a six-time Pro Bowl selection.
Had Denver’s defense remembered the game was on Saturday last week - not Sunday - maybe the Broncos would be resolving to avenge their three-game losing streak against the New England Patriots.Maybe they would be promising themselves not to party too much in New Orleans before the Super Bowl. Maybe they would be swearing not to be that guy who drops the Lombardi Trophy during the...
The Denver Broncos were riding an 11 game win-streak into the playoffs until they met the Baltimore Ravens this past Saturday. In a surprising defeat, the Broncos have been eliminated and are left wondering what might have been this season.
Owner Pat Bowlen was not happy with his team, and elaborated to The Denver Post.
“I’m still ticked off. I’ll be ticked off for a month...
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock lost a bet when the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos in double-overtime on Saturday, but an injury may prevent him from paying up.
According to the Denver Post, Hancock had a friendly wager going with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake that was supposed to result in him doing Ray Lewis’ famous pregame warmup dance (which can be seen...
The Denver Broncos lost the Baltimore Ravens in dramatic fashion, falling in Double OT on a late field goal. The loss still bewilders some of the players.
Sports Hit harder than ever with these workout power moves from Ken Vick, trainer of the all-world Denver Broncos linebacker.