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Peyton Manning pulling for rookie QB to break his embarrassing record

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is a firm believer in playing rookies, especially quarterbacks, and hopes one of them breaks the one record he hates to have. “I pull for quarterbacks. I do,” Manning said during an interview with Peter King of “These young guys that are playing—I still like the ones that get to play early. I still think that’s the best...
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Peyton Manning: Legalized pot helped Papa John's business

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning recently took part in an interview with Peter King. Aside from the issues related to his Hall of Fame career — when he plans on retiring, etc. — the topics discussed were kind of random and far-reaching: Does he vote, does he pay attention to current events, his best round […] The post Peyton Manning credits Colorado legalizing pot...
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Sunday’s game is the biggest Week 3 matchup in Denver Broncos history

I’m not a doctor, nor am I a historian. I also don’t work for the Elias Sports Bureau, and I’m not one of those wizards with a photographic sports encyclopedia for a memory. But despite all of these inefficiencies, I can still confidently declare that this week’s clash with the Seattle Seahawks is the Broncos biggest week three game in their 54 year history. Why? Remember...
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Through Week 2 Denver Broncos’ Peyton Manning remains NFL’s top QB

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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Wes Welker Officially Back with Broncos

Wes Welker is eligible to play this Sunday, when the Denver Broncos head to Washington to play the Seattle Seahawks. Not the best matchup for a return. He will also have to battle Emmanuel Sanders for targets, who with 18, is tied with Demaryius Thomas for the team lead and his 185 yards is a team high. Peyton Manning will get the ball to whoever is open, so it is safe to...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
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NFL and NFLPA have reached an agreement on a new drug policy

Finally the NFL and the NFLPA have reached an agreement with the drug policy.  According to Ian Rapoport the NFL and NFLPA struck a deal this morning.  Ian Rapoport ‏@RapSheet 35m Source: The @NFL and @NFLPA have reached an agreement on a new drug policy. Finally. Announcement coming. This is good news for Wes Welker […] The post NFL and NFLPA have reached an agreement on a...
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Report: Broncos WR Wes Welker To Be Reinstated By NFL Wednesday Morning

The NFL’s new drug policy will soon go into affect, which means a few important players are about to return to work. Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker is among those players who will be reinstated under the league’s new policy. Welker was serving a four-game suspension for a positive amphetamine test under the old policy.’s Adam Schefter reported that Welker...
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Denver Broncos: week two review

Another game, another 30 minutes of play for the Denver Broncos. They followed up a 21 point first half against the Kansas City Chiefs with a 3 point second half. Do it once and it can be written off as an aberration, but do it twice and it the beginning of a pattern. Call it lack of mental focus or mental toughness, but there is no way to sugar coat it; the Broncos have an issue...
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Broncos fans’ petition to ban Phil Simms from calling their games growing

Growing up in Denver, you learn to despise a few things. A sunny day turning to snow just as recess is about to start. The dry, thin air burning your lungs every time you run. Phil Simms. Simms has long been a thorn in the side of Denver Broncos fans due to his nonsensical, silly, bumbling color commentating as part of the top duo on CBS. Of course, the Broncos’ return to prominence...
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Denver Broncos: Next week is the first real test

The hidden storyline behind the Denver Broncos’ first two wins is that it was the defense, not the historic offense, that won both games. It was rookie corner Bradley Roby’s deflection on fourth down that ended the Indianapolis Colt’s chances of winning in the opener. Also, on Sunday it was defensive tackle Terrance Knighton’s deflection on fourth and goal that kept the Chiefs...
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Broncos fans petition to get Phil Simms off their games

Denver Broncos fans are so sick of having color commentator Phil Simms broadcast their games on CBS they’ve started a petition to get the former New York Giants quarterback off their games. The title of the petition is “Ban Phil Simms From Broadcasting Bronco Games,” and it was created by The Denver City Page. The […]
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Broncos fans want Phil Simms to stop calling their games

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have called plenty of Denver Broncos games over the years given the team’s long-term success.  And now Broncos fans are coming together to gently ask CBS to never have them call another Denver game again, specifically the former Giants quarterback.  Nantz can stay. Broncos fans (apparently) think Simms has a deep-seeded bias against their team.  Perhaps...
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Peyton Manning chews out Julius Thomas for wrong route

Peyton Manning doesn’t get mad too often, but he was livid at Julius Thomas at the end of the third quarter on Sunday. Manning ripped Thomas a new one for running the wrong route on a third down play. The Broncos had a 3rd and 5 at the Kansas City 45 and lined both Thomas […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Broncos defense isn’t much of an improvement

The other day on ESPN I read how the Denver Broncos defense is playing much better compared to last season. It made me wonder, were they watching the same game? The Broncos allowed the Indianapolis Colts 24 points and last season the Denver defense allowed their opponents 24.9. What’s so different other than a Broncos win? The Broncos pass defense was atrocious and allowed Andrew...
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Tim Tebow to join ‘Good Morning America’ as contributor

Tim Tebow gave it his all in an attempt to succeed as a starting quarterback in the NFL, but it didn't work out as he had hoped. A 47-percent completion percentage isn't going to cut it in this day and age, and it's unlikely that he'll play a down at the professional level ever again. But he does, however, have a bright future as an analyst. He's currently...
Via The Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss
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