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Chris Harris Epitomizes Broncos Fans, City of Denver

Shannon Sharpe, Rod Smith, and Ed McCaffrey. One was drafted late, one not at all, and one was let go, twice. All of these players, however, had highly successful and undeniably memorable careers in Denver. Who could forget the 1996 season when Shannon Sharpe had well over 1,000 yards? Or when Rod Smith and Ed McCaffrey each had 100 receptions and combined to form one of the most...
Via Pro Football Spot
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Wes Welker Passes Rod Smith for Most Catches by Undrafted Player

Sunday’s game between the Denver Broncos and the Arizona Cardinals really was a record breaker. Peyton Manning threw his 502nd career touchdown passing, putting him in second place all time. He also threw for 479 yards, the highest single game total of his career. But Manning wasn’t the only player on the field breaking records – Wes Welker broke one too. Welker now has more...
Via Standing O Sports
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: The 5 Greatest Players of All Time

The Denver Broncos are a storied franchise that have spawned many great names. Rod Smith, Ed McCaffery, Neal Smith, Trevor Price, Terrell Davis, Floyd Little, Tom Jackson, John Elway, and Shannon Sharpe.This slide show showcases the epitome of Denver's greatness in the form of its 5 greatest players to ever lace up cleats in the Mile High City. The criteria used is that the player...
Via Football Nation
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Pat Bowlen represents everything great about Denver Broncos

This one’s for Pat. It’s the phrase we all wanted uttered by John Elway following Super Bowl XLVIII, but the storybook ending on one of the most magical seasons in Denver Broncos history wasn’t meant to be. When the Broncos beat the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, though, there was Bowlen, smiling as the orange and blue confetti fell from the stadium rafters...
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July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Weekly Rewind: Take the Wonderlic, Denver’s Draft steals, NFL Mount Rushmore

Denver Broncos - Are you smarter than a football player? Take the Wonderlic and find out. (READ) - Top 5 Denver Broncos Draft day steals (READ) - Who’s the best wide receiver the Denver Broncos ever drafted? Click here to find out. (READ) National Columns - The top-10 wide receivers in the NFL Draft. (READ) - POWER RANKINGS: Rating each owner from 1-32. (READ) - The 10 greatest...
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February 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Where are they now? Rod Smith

Rod Smith is a special kind of man. Smith grew up one of four children in Arkansas in difficult circumstances. But, he used his football playing talent to get himself out of poverty and into Missouri Southern State, where he dominated on the field. In college, Smith set conference records for both receiving yards (3,043) and touchdowns (34) and was named a Division II All-American...
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February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

The best receiver the Denver Broncos ever drafted

This category, unlike most others, is different. That’s because the most important man at the wide receiver position in Denver Broncos history is Rod Smith. But, those that followed the sensational Smith can tell you he’s the greatest undrafted receiver in the history of the league. So, who’s the top receiver the Broncos ever drafted? This question just keeps getting more...
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February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos: Top 10 Players in Franchise History

Many great players have graced the fields near the intersection of Colfax and I-25; so many that a top-ten list hardly fits all of the great names sewn on the back of Denver Broncos jerseys over the last 54 seasons.Names like Frank Tripucka, Lionel Taylor and Bud McFadin, that first appeared on the mustard and brown uniforms with the dizzyingly rancid, vertically-striped socks.Later...
Via Football Nation
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos and Patriots engage in the war of the honorary captains

Sometimes battles between two teams are fought on the field. You know, by playing the game of football.Other times, they're fought on twitter. In fact, most battles are fought on twitter these days. The Patriots and Broncos got things started with that kind of battle. Sort of.This was the most minor kind of battles. In fact, you could go as far as to say it wasn't a battle at all...
Via Patriots Life
January 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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