Found February 14, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Peyton Manning
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
The 2013 NFL schedule has yet to be released but we already know who each team is playing. Now we are learning when they are going to play. What is good for the NFL is usually good for us as according to a report on the Denver Broncos will have the maximum amount of prime-time games next season including five night games. According to the site, NBC is ready to feature Peyton Manning and the Broncos as their first Sunday Night Football game of the season... Read more

Daily Links: Broncos will tag tackle Ryan Clady

(Image courtesy of Jason O. Watson/US Presswire) “We’re going to tag [Ryan Clady],” Denver Broncos executive John Elway has told the Denver Post’s Mike Klis. Tagging Clady will use about $9.66 million of the team’s $120 million salary cap.  For more on Denver’s salary cap situation, go here. The ‘Post also expects veteran Brandon Stokley to return to the tune of a...

Daily Links: Keith Burns lands in Washington

(Getty Images) Former Denver Broncos linebacker Keith Burns has been a special teams assistant in Denver since 2007.  On Tuesday, he signed with the Washington Redskinsas their new special teams coordinator.‘s Andy Benoit suggests Randy Starks, Terrance Knighton, and Alan Branch as a few potential free agent defensive tackles that Denver could...

Elway will franchise tag Ryan Clady

Denver Broncos All Pro left tackle Ryan Clady, an unrestricted free agent, will return next season to protect Peyton Manning's blind side. "We're going to tag him," said John

Daily Links: Swinton Replaces Burns in Denver

(Photo courtesy of J.B. Forbes) On Tuesday, Denver Broncos special teams assistant Keith Burns left for Washington.  On Wednesday, the team replaced Burns with former Kansas City Chiefs quality control coach Derius Swinton. Former Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer has been helping quarterback prospect Collin Klein prepare for the upcoming NFL Combine. Here is a review of who...

Denver Broncos Mount Rushmore: Four Franchise Icons

The Denver Broncos were the most humble member of the misfit American Football League at its inception in 1960. They couldn’t even afford their own uniforms, so they scrounged up those dreadful yellow and brown rags from the defunct Copper Bowl.The Broncos have since cultivated a proud history: two Super Bowl Championships, six AFC Championships, 12 AFC West titles, 19 playoff...

Broncos plan to franchise tackle Ryan Clady

Broncos Senior Vice President of football operations John Elway said the Denver Broncos will use the franchise tag on left tackle Ryan Clady. Clady was chosen in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Broncos and he has been selected for the Pro Bowl three times.

Broncos Will Apply Franchise Tag To OL Ryan Clady

Broncos vice president of football operations John Elway confirms that the Broncos will use the franchise tag on OL Ryan Clady, per Mike Klis of The Denver Post. “We’re going to tag him,” said Elway, “Things have changed a little bit because he’s coming off a shoulder surgery. But we like Ryan. We like him a lot as a player and we’d like to get something done.“ Clady...

Broncos place franchise tag on Clady

Peyton Manning's blindside protector will get a big pay raise next season. The Denver Broncos placed their franchise tag on All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady on Friday, ensuring the three-time Pro Bowler a salary of $9.828 million in 2013. That's almost triple the $3.5 million Clady made last season when he allowed just one sack in more than 1,100 snaps during Manning'...

Peyton Manning Is A Duck Slayer

There’s now evidence that Peyton Manning isn’t afraid to kill a few ducks. We believe this photo is from a January hunting trip with Todd Helton that was referenced in a Denver Post story on how Peyton was blowing off steam after a tough loss to the Ravens. According to the Post story: To get over the Broncos’ season-ending playoff loss, Manning hooked up with an old buddy...
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