Here are five things we learned in the Denver Broncos’ win over the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday.
1. The Broncos are undisciplined.
During Sunday’s win, the Denver Broncos were called for 11 penalties. Many of those penalties were sloppy and uncalled for. The Chiefs’ 10-minute drive to start the third quarter should have ended a lot sooner. Malik Jackson took a terrible roughing...
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Denver defensive end Malik Jackson returned to practice Friday after attending his father's memorial service in New Jersey.
The Broncos backup said he'll be able to play in the opener Sunday night against Indianapolis, albeit with a heavy heart.
''I'll dedicate the game to him but try to go out there and not do anything out of the ordinary,'' Jackson said....
Via AP on Fox
September 05, 2014
35 is not just a number to the Denver Broncos. To fans and players, the number brings a horrific memory of the 35-point loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.
But 35 is no longer just a source of embarrassment. It’s become a source of offseason motivation.
The team is looking to come back stronger after last season’s devastating loss, and the motivation is seen in...
Some weird stuff goes on during Super Bowl media week. Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson is now contributing to that. Wednesday, a reporter asked him to show off some of his tattoos. Naturally, Jackson went to the ones on his stomach.
Keep your pants on, Malik.
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