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Peyton Manning gets a Broncos camp break, as expected

Denver had its first padded practice of the summer on Monday -- without its superstar quarterback.Head coach Gary Kubiak stuck to his script and held Peyton Manning out. Backup Brock Osweiler received No. 18's first-team snaps, according to the team's official website.Said Kubiak, simply: "Peyton needs his break."Manning might argue with that stance. Kubiak's policy might be for...
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Resting Manning makes Kubiak a regular Einstein

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” - Albert Einstein Albert Einstein did not attend the Broncos-Colts playoff debacle at Sports Authority Field last January; the noted smart guy, of course, has been deceased for more than 60 years. But had he attended, and had he cared about the fortunes of the then heavily-favored...
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In Their Words: Kubiak on Osweiler leading the ones

The Broncos donned full pads for the first time during the team’s 2015 training camp, though many veterans had a scheduled day off including Peyton Manning and DeMarcus Ware. Manning’s absence Tuesday gave the Broncos a chance to get a quality look at reserve quarterback Brock Osweiler.  Here’s what head coach Gary Kubiak had to say about the shot caller playing with the first...
Via Mile High Sports
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Osweiler capitalizes on Manning's day off

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Brock Osweiler looked around and asked a pertinent question. ''Are you sure I need to go up here?'' Osweiler asked as he stepped up to the podium after taking most of the snaps during Peyton Manning's day off. It's not that he was bashful. At 6-foot-8, he was pretty sure he didn't need to stand another foot higher, that's all. He turned to make sure the top...
Via AP on Fox
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Kubiak still confident in Osweiler amidst struggles with first team

  Today was the scheduled off day for of number of Broncos veterans as Peyton Manning, DeMarcus Ware, Von Miller and other players sat out of the morning practice. This meant it was “go time” for younger players on the roster to really get a chance to shine. For the first time in three years, Brock Osweiler got a chance to lead the first team in a training camp practice. It...
Via BSN Denver
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak impressed with Sylvester Williams’ drive

Gary Kubiak‘s an interesting head coach. He does things his way, like pulling players from practice early or even sitting one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the league to save his energy for later in the season. Of course, any time a coach mentions a player by name in his news conference after practice, unprovoked, is never a bad thing (as Kubiak did with Sylvester...
Via BSN Denver
2 days ago  |  Discuss

In Their Words: Louis Vasquez has the quote of camp

Under a sweltering August sun, the Broncos got to work on their second day of training camp. Head coach Gary Kubiak and numerous players met with the media after the morning workout to talk about the day. Here are some of the highlights, including the quote of training camp so far from Louis Vasquez… Gary Kubiak: “It’s his Achilles. It wasn’t his knee. Unfortunately Kyle...
Via Mile High Sports
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Gary Kubiak: ‘It’s appropriate for Antonio to be here and compete with the rest of the team’

Denver Broncos defensive lineman Antonio Smith will participate in the team’s training camp as he awaits word from authorities in Texas to wrap up their investigation of the 33-year-old, stemming from alleged child abuse that reportedly was sexual in nature. “We’ve been in communication with Antonio and the league for the last couple of months,” head coach Gary Kubiak...
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Largely-anonymous Rick Dennison back in saddle as Denver Broncos’ offensive coordinator

  For a guy who’s been involved in the Denver Broncos’ organization for as long as Rick Dennison has, the team’s offensive coordinator still remains somewhat anonymous. Since signing with the franchise as an undrafted rookie out of Colorado State in 1982, Dennison  has played for or coached on the Broncos’ staff for 24 of the last 34 NFL seasons. The former CSU tight end...
Via BSN Denver
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Gary Kubiak, Denver Broncos Adjust Amid Distractions

Head Coach Gary Kubiak of the Denver Broncos addresses the media during his introduction press conference at Dove Valley on January 20, 2015 in Englewood, Colorado. Kubiak was named the 15th head coach in Broncos history after spending last season as the Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator.(Jan. 19, 2015 – Source: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images North America Seven teams in the...
Via The Sports Journal
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

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