Free Agent TE James Casey To Visit With Bengals, Redskins, & Jaguars

ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that free agent TE James Casey has visits schedule with the Bengals, Redskins, and Jaguars in the coming days. Casey has reportedly visited with the Cardinals and Broncos, and is expected to meet with the Browns and Titans at some point in time, so there’s clearly a strong market for his services. Philadelphia probably did him a favor by releasing...
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Free Agent TE James Casey Scheduled To Meet With Broncos, Titans, & Browns

ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that free agent TE James Casey will visit with the Broncos, Titans, and Browns now that he’s finished his meeting with the Cardinals. According to Caplan, at least eight teams have requested a meeting with Casey, due to his positional versatility and a weak draft class at tight end. Philadelphia probably did him a favor by releasing him well...
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Baltimore Ravens slip in the latest Power Rankings

The offseason is only unofficially upon us, as teams have made coaching and front office changes, released players to create cap space, made decisions on their own pending free agents, and started evaluating draft prospects. As a result, teams look slightly different now than they did when the regular season ended. And that means it’s time to once again grade each franchise in...
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Denver Broncos have their own nomination for Best Picture; it should have won

Everyone was in the Academy Awards spirit last night including the Denver Broncos. Remember that bad ass picture the team tweeted out when Gary Kubiak arrived in town? Sunday night they did it again. All due respect to #Birdman, but here was our vote for #BestPicture. — Denver Broncos (@Broncos) February 23, 2015 AROUND COVER32 Five Things: How to...
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Should the Denver Broncos consider a TE in the draft?

It may not seem like a glamourous position, as tight end is still viewed by many as a job that is as much about being an offensive lineman as it is a wide receiver. But that’s a notion that is quickly changing, becoming more and more outdated with each passing season. Across the NFL, tight ends are a major part of passing attacks. And their role isn’t just as a possession receiver...
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Just how many Denver Broncos is Gary Kubiak trying to bring back in 2015?

The Denver Broncos have a lot of free agents to decide on in the coming weeks. Jeff Howe from the Boston Herald has some jokes on deck about just that. Kubiak wants all of the Broncos to return: Manning, Welker, Thomas, Knighton, Elway, Terrell Davis, Atwater, Sharpe, Smith, Mecklenburg…. — Jeff Howe (@jeffphowe) February 18, 2015 AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five things...
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Gary Kubiak on Peyton Manning: No Doubt I Want Him Back with the Broncos

If things go according to plan, new Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak will be leading the team with quarterback Peyton Manning under center in 2015. No doubt I want him to be. I think all indications are that everything that he’s said, and through his conversations with John (Elway), he feels good.” Kubiak said at the NFL Scouting Combine on Wednesday. “He’s had his self...
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Gary Kubiak's choice of offense may decide Peyton Manning's fate with Broncos

INDIANAPOLIS -- Even under new management, the Broncos offense can be built to fit Peyton Manning's game. The still-lingering question: Will Manning be in Denver to run it? Broncos coach Gary Kubiak debunked any notion that he'd push Manning into running the rollout-heavy offense the coach is most comfortable with from his days designing schemes in Baltimore and Houston and back...
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Kubiak can build an offense for Manning but will he run it?

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Even under new management, the Broncos offense can be built to fit Peyton Manning's game. The still-lingering question: Will Manning be in Denver to run it? Broncos coach Gary Kubiak debunked any notion that he'd push Manning into running the rollout-heavy offense the coach is most comfortable with from his days designing schemes in Baltimore and Houston and back...
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Gary Kubiak discusses Peyton Manning at Combine

INDIANAPOLIS — Expect Tom Brady and Peyton Manning to face off next season for the 17th time. New Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak wants and expects Manning back in 2015, and he’s ready to mold his offense around the veteran All-Pro. “Can he roll out? I think he can do anything he wants to do,” Kubiak said Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine. “You do what your...
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Kubiak comments on Manning and free agents

Gary Kubiak spoke to the media from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis Wednesday morning and commented on several things, most importantly the status of his quarterback. When he was finished, little was definitively answered. The giant elephant in the room remains to be whether or not Peyton Manning is coming back to the Denver Broncos. Last week, following a flight on the...
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NFL Notes: Peyton Manning, 49ers, Broncos, & Vikings

Peyton Manning New HC Gary Kubiak said that he’s meshing his offense two suit Peyton Manning‘s strengths. “Can he roll out? I think he can do anything he wants to do,” Kubiak said. “You do what your players do best. I’ve been asked over the course of the last month, since I’ve been in Denver, about the bootleg. I had Joe [Flacco] in Baltimore last year and I think...
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Kubiak: I’m expecting Manning to come back to Broncos

  There’s been a lot of talk about where Peyton Manning will end up next season, but Gary Kubiak doesn’t seem too worried.   The new Denver Broncos head coach was asked about the star quarterback as he arrived in Indianapolis on Tuesday for the NFL Scouting Combine. Kubiak not only believes Manning will be back for another year, but he also squashed the rumor...
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Broncos HC Gary Kubiak Expects Peyton Manning To Be Back Next Year

Broncos HC Gary Kubiak mentioned that he expects Peyton Manning to be back next season and stressed that they he wants him to return. “No, I’m expecting him to come back,” Kubiak said, via Mike Klis of the Denver Post. “We want to play with him. This organization has won a lot of games with him and we want to get back and do it again. Expecting him to come back.” Manning...
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Breaking: Gary Kubiak says he “wants” Peyton Manning as Denver Broncos QB in 2015

The Denver Broncos have finally broken their silence. More than 96 hour afters Peyton Manning’s camp leaked that the quarterback wants to play in 2015, Gary Kubiak has acknowledged he wants Manning to be his QB. “… I’m expecting him to come back,” Kubiak said to The Denver Post about Manning. “We want to play with him. This organization has won a lot of games with him...
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5 Questions Facing the Broncos this Offseason

Will Gary Kubiak Improve this Team? View image | Gary Kubiak improving the team’s offense is a probability, especially in his management of Quarterback, Peyton Manning.  His management of the defense, with Jack Del Rio out of the picture, is what will define his leadership of this Broncos squad.  Luckily, he got defensive mastermind Wade Phillips to...
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The entire onus is now on John Elway

Yeah the crew is back together! Its time for some smooth sailing to the Super Bowl! Things are once again optimistic at Dove Valley. Gary Kubiak has joined his longtime-friend John Elway for a return to glory albeit in different roles and all will be right with the world, right? Now that everything is seemingly in place for the talent-rich Broncos to make a run at Super Bowl 50 ...
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Broncos coach Gary Kubiak rounds out his staff

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has finished building his staff by hiring Marc Lubick as assistant wide receivers coach and Samson Brown as assistant defensive backs coach. Kubiak, who replaced John Fox, has a 22-man staff that includes nine offensive coaches, seven defensive coaches, two special teams coaches and four strength and conditioning coaches. Lubick is...
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Coordinators are excited for second chance in Denver

Tuesday at noon some familiar faces took the podium at Dove Valley to discuss their return to the Denver Broncos. Wade Phillips, Rick Dennison and Joe DeCamillis all shared their enthusiasm as they launch into the Gary Kubiak coaching era. Each coach was ecstatic to return to a familiar organization, but one that has made significant strides in their facilities, roster and overall...
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Should Denver's Peyton Manning Call It A Career?

The NFL isn’t hanging on his every move as it was when he had his neck surgery three seasons ago, but the decision on whether Peyton Manning wants to play another year for the Denver Broncos is still must-see television.According to sources that are close to the situation or the “announcement” that if forthcoming, the Broncos and most notably new head coach Gary Kubiak don’t...
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Five players the San Diego Chargers should re-sign or extend this offseason

Things are changing quickly in the AFC West. The Raiders have another new HC (best of luck Jack Del Rio), the Broncos recently hired Gary Kubiak, and rumor has it Peyton Manning is set to announce his retirement. Regardless of any of those changes, one thing remains constant: the San Diego Chargers have a lot of needs… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The top 10 free agents in the...
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Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak is highly regarded in latest Power Rankings

This week, cover32′s Buck Stanton used his weekly power rankings to break down and rate the NFL’s 32 head coaches. From best to worst, he ranks the men in charge of leading each franchise. Somewhat surprisingly, Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak fared well. Given that he’s been on the job for only a couple of weeks, he wasn’t a head coach in 2014 and his last gig didn’t...
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Wade Phillips is the best coordinator hire this offseason

This Sunday the 2014-15 NFL season will officially come to an end, and Wade Phillips didn’t set foot on a single sideline. Let’s make a pact to ensure that never happens again as long as he’s willing and healthy. The Denver Broncos just did their part by hiring Phillips, and he’ll now be the defensive coordinator as part of a shiny new coaching staff. Before long we...
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Broncos hire Phillips, finalize the rest of the staff

Wednesday evening the Denver Broncos agreed to terms with Wade Phillips to become the new defensive coordinator and also signed Joe Woods and Brian Pariani. The three moves finalized the major coaching vacancies left since the hiring of Gary Kubiak on Jan. 19 and bring together a staff of several former Broncos. Phillips was the head of the Broncos defense from 1989-1992 and then...
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Report: Broncos hire Phillips as defensive coordinator

New Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak has reportedly pulled off quite the hire. According to ESPN insider Ed Werder, the team has hired former NFL head coach Wade Phillips to be its new defensive coordinator.  If the Broncos were going for experience, they succeeded big time here. A coach in the NFL since 1976, Phillips has been a defensive coordinator for the New Orleans...
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