The Three Amigos in Denver Broncos lore were all wide receivers: Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel. The modern version consists of safety Quinton Carter, defensive end Quanterus Smith and linebacker Lerentee McCray.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders celebrated his very first Father’s Day as a dad on Sunday. He’s got a 3-month-old at home and wants him to grow up to be a golfer.
There’s a baleful buzz around Big Ben and my beloved black & gold these days. Reports say that the mountainous QB is now a mutinous QB, demanding he be traded at the end of this season.
Thirty years after he graduated from the university, Stanford finally retired Elway’s iconic No. 7 jersey.
Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams is a 9-year veteran of the NFL and on Saturday he will be playing in his first-ever playoff game. It’s safe to say, he’s very excited.
Some teams like to say the fourth quarter is theirs. The Denver Broncos are taking it to a different level.
Peyton Manning wasn’t the only free agent who had a spectacular Denver debut. So did the man who denied him a second Super Bowl trophy and is now trying to help him hoist another.
Tracy Porter was phenomenal Sunday night, defending a career-high five passes while taking an interception to the house to seal the Denver Broncos win. He gives Denver two shutdown corners and is a valuable asset.
Using the no-huddle, the four-time MVP led the Broncos on a trio of 80-yard touchdown drives and kept the Steelers troops guessing until the final whistle in a 31-19 victory.
Although Peyton Manning attracted most of the headlines, Tracy Porter, Wesley Woodyard and Von Miller were each spectacular for the Denver defense Sunday.