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Von Miller, Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert were the three names that grabbed the most attention before the 2011 NFL Draft. Within those three, the Denver Broncos found a defensive star.
Von Miller was selected second overall by the Broncos and was one of the most elite defensive players in the 2011 draft.
Miller finished his college career with 27.5 sacks despite missing four games his last two seasons.... Read more
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The Denver Broncos defense will look to the 2013 NFL Draft to address some gaping holes in their pass coverage packages.
The team needs help in nickel packages covering tight end that ran wild over the defense in 2012.
According to Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post, VP John Elway has his work cut out identifying players that can help cover the new breed of tight ends.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and his wife plan to donate $500,000 to the Pat Summitt Foundation.
Patrick Wade, the director of the Pat Summitt Foundation, confirmed the Mannings’ decision Saturday after it was first reported by CBS Sports.
The commitment by Peyton and Ashley Manning represents the largest gift announcement made to the foundation...
Free agent safety Jim Leonhard announced on Twitter that he’s signed with the New Orleans Saints.
I got the okay from my agent. New year, new opportunity. We are glad to be joining the New Orleans Saints. twitter.com/jimleonhard/st…
— Jim Leonhard (@jimleonhard) April 8, 2013
Leonhard spent last season with the Broncos. He started out his career with the Jets.
Safety and special teams will have a little more added competition in camp with the arrival of veteran Jim Leonhard. The 30 year old was a backup for the Denver Broncos last season but did come up with two interceptions. In his eight year career he's played for the Bills, Ravens and Jets before his one year stop in Denver last season. I think it will be tough for Leonhard to...
Jim Leonhard announced that he’s signed with the New Orleans Saints on Monday.
Leonhard, 30, spent last season with the Broncos, but found very little interest on the open market this year. There was some speculation that the Bills could be an option, but there wasn’t a lot of buzz surrounding the idea in recent weeks.
Pro Football Focus gave him a solid rating, despite playing...