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Prater nails another game-winner in 2011. (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
The Denver Broncos‘ first mandatory mini-camp is less than two weeks away, meaning the clock is ticking for Matt Prater‘s decision: to hold out, or not to hold out.
Maybe he won’t have to decide at all. Klis reports –
The Broncos have made progress in recent days with Prater on a five-year deal. The team tendered him a 2012 salary of $2.6 million through the franchise tag. Both sides hope a long-term deal is reached in time for Prater to join the Broncos at their mandatory minicamp June 12-14.
The Broncos and Prater were reportedly “far apart” on contract negotiations a few weeks ago, so this is an encouraging development. With five game-winning or game-tying field goals last year alone, the Broncos want to lean on Prater’s leg for the next five years, should the need arise.
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OL Philip Blake has signed with the team, meaning just two of the Broncos’ seven 2012 NFL Draft picks remain unsigned.
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Fourth round draft pick center/guard Philip Blake has signed his rookie contract, leaving two draft picks left for the Denver Broncos to sign. The remaining two? Second round draft pick QB Brock Osweiler and third...
Derek Wolfe works in a drill with fellow defensive linemen Sealver Siliga (98) and Ben Garland. (Andrew Mason/MaxDenver.com).
Denver Broncos top draft pick Derek Wolfe won’t be solely relegated to the defensive tackle position his rookie season. In fact, he could see more time at defensive end than DT, reports the Denver Post.
“(Wolfe’s) not a big tackle right now,” defensive...
Denver Broncos Super Bowl XXXII Ring
The funny thing about this review is that I’ll be using the same photo from the offensive list. Super Bowl XXXII was simply an incredible moment in Denver Broncos history, especially for us fans. It wasn’t just a 38 year wait, but four Super Bowl losses – each more embarrassing than the previous. A view around the league that the Broncos...
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Any Denver Broncos fan over the age twelve in 1997 would tell you, the victory in Super Bowl XXXII was the greatest sports moment they had ever experienced before or since. Super Bowls are typically filled with big time plays and this one was no different. The Broncos were 14 point underdogs to the defending champion Green Bay Packers and played out the role...
Name: Ben Garland
Pos: Defensive Lineman
Ht, Wt: 6’5″, 275*
College: Air Force
*Reports have Garland at 305
Ben Garland was an undrafted rookie for the Denver Broncos in 2010, a nose guard at Air Force the Broncos saw as a defensive end in their 3-4 defense. I can distinctly remember scouting Garland in training camp that year and coming away impressed...
Ty Warren is owed 4 million dollars this season and, after he has missed the entirety of the last 2 seasons with different injuries, the Broncos are unwilling to pay him that. They have asked him to take a pay cut down to around 1-1.5 million dollars for this season and he is currently contemplating if that’s something he’d like to do. His other options would be to get cut and...
The Broncos used a 2nd round pick on Derek Wolfe in the 2012 NFL Draft. Wolfe was a collegiate defensive tackle and defensive tackle is a major position of need for the Broncos. However, according to defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, the Broncos plan to use Wolfe, 6-6 295, at defensive end in base packages and move him inside to defensive tackle on passing downs in sub packages...
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OTAs Day Five: Del Rio | DenverBroncos.com
Defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio talks about why he wants size on the line, the competition in the secondary and his history with John Fox.
Jack Del Rio has a keeper in Derek Wolfe | Denver Post
When it came time for the Broncos to choose from...
Calvin laments the NFL offseason. (Modified Calvin and Hobbes comic, original © Bill Watterson)
We feel ya, Calvin. We feel ya.
The Denver Broncos signed fourth-round draft pick Phillip Blake to a four-year contract, the team announced Friday. The Broncos have signed all but two draft picks. Blake, 27, is a center from Baylor. He is projected as a reserve at all on spots on offensive line.
On Thursday, recently-retired safety Brian Dawkins appeared on the Rich Eisen Podcast and touched on a variety of topics -- from why he decided to call it quits to the birth of his quirky nickname, "Idiot Man."
Of course, after 13 highly-productive seasons in Philadelphia, Dawkins also spoke of his former team and coach, Andy Reid, whom he feels should be on the hot...
Knowshon Moreno looked like the real deal coming into the league in 2009 out of Georgia. He had a nice size-speed combo and some solid hands. Oh how things have changed for Moreno..He has deal with injuries that cost him three games in 2010 and nine games last year. Coming off a torn ACL makes 2012 a challenge out of the gate..For starters, he lost his starting gig to Willis McGahee...