Tony Gonzalez, the 14-time Pro Bowl tight end, will get an up-close view of Thursday night’s showdown between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers featuring the NFL’s top two tight ends.
The Broncos wanted a rematch with the team that utterly abused them in Super Bowl XLVIII, but they didn’t want a hungry Seattle Seahawks squad coming off a loss. That’s just what they’ll get this Sunday.
Broncos third-year tight end Julius Thomas began the season with more NCAA tournament trips (two) on his resume than catches in the NFL (one).
Everyone has to start somewhere. These football players took an unusual route to the NFL.
Being the sixth and final seed in the NFL playoffs usually means you’re a sizable underdog. When it comes to the San Diego Chargers, that holds true a second weekend straight.
Studs like Graham and Gronkowski are in a league of their own, but the position offers solid players.
The most intriguing new face turning heads at the Denver Broncos’ offseason workouts isn’t Montee Ball or Sylvester Williams. It’s third-year tight end Julius Thomas.
Nick Kasa doesn’t want to be known simply as the guy who ratted out NFL teams for improperly asking potential draft picks about their sexual orientation at the combine.
Tight ends are no longer an afterthought in Denver’s passing game. In 2009, they had all of 27 catches. Last year, that number was just 30 – not a single one of them in the end zone.
Every week during CBS4’s Football Preview show Gary Miller answers questions from fans. Below are this week’s questions and Gary’s answers.