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People love Peyton Manning. He has to be one of the most loved NFL quarterbacks of all time. If you wanted to buy a ticket to see Peyton take on his brother Eli in week 2 of the NFL season, it is going to cost you on average, over $500.00. The closer it gets to game time, the more expensive the tickets will get. We haven’t got through training camps yet and people are willing to pay a boat load of money to see Peyton Manning lead his Denver Broncos this season. Manning vs Manning is the most expensive tickets according to one secondary ticket reselling site. The next most expensive ticket is Peyton Manning against Tom Brady. Those tickets are starting off at $498.00. Then it is Peyton Manning vs his old team the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck. That ticket will cost you $467.00 a piece. Peyton Manning still draws a crowd. That is one reason the Denver Broncos payed him almost $100,000,000.00 to come to Denver to lead the Broncos. The other reason is obvious, Manning is a winner and a great leader. Can he repeat the same kind of success he had during the 2012 season? That is a question only time can answer. Manning certainly has the weapons this season to be successful.
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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
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...
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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...
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had a few free agent visits lined up, but when he sat down with the Denver Broncos, it didn't really matter anymore. They laid out what they thought were some of his weaknesses on the field, and that was all he needed to hear. He cancelled his other visits and signed with Denver. "They told me about my flaws. Nobody had done that, and it impressed...
Peyton Manning (photo credit: innovation.com)Week 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...
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...
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.
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.
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NewsTags: Adam JonesMaurice ClarettPat KearnyThis past week I was in Aurora, Ohio, just outside of Cleveland for this year’s NFL Rookie Symposium and it was a quite a week. Current NFL Vice President and 2012 Eagles Hall of Fame cornerback Troy Vincent brought in a series of speakers to prepare the 2013 draft class for the NFL...
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...