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Denver Broncos linebacker Vonn Miller has had an impressive start to his pro career, becoming the first player in the team's history to earn Pro Bowl honors in each of his first two NFL seasons An injury forced him to skip the event, but he says he's focused on healing and being ready for 2013. The good news is that his injury will not require surgery, he said. “I withdrew...
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By next season, receiver Brandon Stokley will be 37 years old. But he wants to come back for another run.
Here’s video and audio of coach John Fox mic’d up while coaching the AFC in the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl.
After injuring himself in warmups, Denver mayor Michael Hancock finally paid up for his playoff bet with Baltimore’s mayor...
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For the second consecutive year, the Broncos have raised ticket prices. Due in part to the fact that the team is planning to invest $30 million for improvements to Sports Authority Field at Mile High this offseason, Denver is raising their reserved-seat ticket prices by an average of 4.2 percent for 2013.
Meanwhile, second-year cornerback Chris Harris is receiving prais...
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Last Sunday, Broncos star linebacker Von Miller missed the Pro Bowl with a shoulder injury. Fortunately, the injury won’t force Miller to undergo surgery.
Due to incentives, cornerback Champ Bailey ($500,000), tight end Jacob Tamme ($125,000), wide receiver Eric Decker and center J.D. Walton ($693,000) have all received pay raises.
Bailey and Miller are...
Bucs fans have given their mixed opinions on Tampa Bay general manager Mark Dominik for his draft selections. Players like Sammie Stroughter, Arrelious Benn, Josh Freeman, and Gerald McCoy have all been labeled “busts” by fans on several boards and radio shows at some point. So do you, the fan, feel you have what it takes to go pick by pick with Dominik? Well, here is your...
Prior to the AFC Divisional Round Match up of the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens Denver Mayor Michael Hancock placed a friendly wager with friend and colleague Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
Baltimore won the game and it was reported that Hancock injured himself preparing for dance . Well, he is all healed up and made good on his bet. Pretty good rendition of the...