With NFL teams poring over his college film, Cody Latimer went out for a run one cold day in January and felt a pop in his left foot.
Peyton Manning wants to clear up a couple of things about his recent visit to Tuscaloosa, Ala., that raised eyebrows at NFL headquarters and the hackles of some Tennessee fans.
All the Denver Broncos have to show for their historic 2013 season is the heartache and humiliation of getting destroyed from the opening snap at the Super Bowl.
The seeds of Denver’s stunning Super Bowl self-destruction were planted during Wednesday’s practice when coach John Fox decided to turn down the speakers that simulate crowd noise because “it’s not an away game.”
The Super Bowl is the best place anybody on an NFL team could be. Except, perhaps, if you’re a coordinator in the running for a head coaching job.
Denver’s offensive coordinator Adam Gase removed his name from consideration for Cleveland’s head coaching job on Tuesday
John Elway loves how his offensive coordinator kept Denver’s high-octane offense floored all season but quickly put the brakes on his own football future with the Broncos in the midst of a Super Bowl run.
Philip Rivers likes to say the San Diego Chargers have been in playoff mode since last month, scrapping just to squeak into the postseason party.
Adam Gase’s goal since taking over as Denver’s offensive coordinator a year ago was putting the Broncos’ offense in hyper drive, giving Peyton Manning the call as quickly as possible and getting the heck out of his way.
The architect of the most prolific offense in NFL history is postponing any interviews with other teams until Denver’s season is over.