Vic Lombardi’s Signature
The Broncos have until Saturday to release Elvis Dumervil if he doesn’t budge, and by then a lot of the free agent money may dry up, Vic Lombardi reports in his latest Vic’s Signature.
“I think we’re sophisticated enough as sports fans to know the difference between hype and hubris,” said Vic Lombardi in his latest Vic’s Signature about Von Miller’s guarantee that the Broncos will win the Super Bowl in 2014.
The NFL Combine certainly is interesting to watch, but there’s so much about the athletes that it doesn’t measure, Vic Lombardi says in his latest Vic’s Signature report.
Vic Lombardi disputes the ranking that says the Broncos have the easiest strength of schedule next season in the NFL. “You don’t think road games against the Patriots, Texans and Giants will be tough? Or home games against the Ravens, Redskins and Eagles?” he said in his latest Vic’s Signature report.
The NFL’s free agency period opens March 12, and after the Broncos take care of Ryan Clady the team will have between 12 to 15 million to spend. Vic Lombardi reports in his latest Vic’s Signature that he thinks the Broncos will go after a big name safety or a proven running back.
The latest Ray Lewis controversy — his alleged use of deer antler spray to speed up recovery this season from a torn right triceps — has raised more questions about various banned substances in the NFL, Vic Lombardi says in his latest Vic’s Signature report.
Vic Lombardi did an analysis of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s Ray Lewis dance, which he had to perform two weeks after the Broncos playoffs loss to the Ravens because he was recovering from a pulled muscle.
The hoax involving Fighting Irish linebacker Manti Te’o is deeply distressing, Vic Lombardi reports in his latest Vic’s Signature.
In his latest Vic’s Signature, Vic Lombardi walks Broncos fans through five stages of recovery. But he admits, he’s stuck on one particular stage.
All the pieces are still in place for the Broncos to win a world championship next season, but when it comes to the games that really matter, the Broncos are going to have to play “like their pants are on fire” if they want to put themselves in a position to be able to win it all, CBS4′s Vic Lombardi says.