Broncos' Brandon Marshall Gets Into Halloween SpiritDenver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall goes through what many of us have gone through as children... the agony of trying on several Halloween costumes.
Brandon Marshall Achieves Impressive Career Mark: 300 TacklesDenver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall reached the impressive mark on Sunday in Los Angeles as his team battled the Chargers.
Spectacular Run Defense Leads Way To Denver's 3-1 StartThe Broncos limited Marshawn Lynch to a dozen yards on nine carries Sunday in their victory over the Raiders, who gained just 24 yards on the ground.
Broncos Players Lock Arms During National Anthem, Lynch SitsPlayers from both the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders stood during the national anthem before Sunday's game.
Marshall: NFL Teams Can Show Support By Hiring KaepernickBronco Brandon Marshall says he appreciates teams supporting the rights of their players to protest during the national anthem. He also suggests they show it by giving Colin Kaepernick a job.
Von Miller Ads Being Pulled After Anthem ProtestBroncos linebacker Von Miller may be out an endorsement deal as a result of kneeling during the national anthem.
Angry Veteran Donating His Broncos GearLauritzen planned to donate all of his jerseys, coats and other Broncos gear to a used clothing store.
Broncos, Bills Players Kneel During AnthemSeveral Denver Broncos players took a knee during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
Steelers Don't Come Out Of Locker Room For AnthemThe Pittsburgh Steelers didn't kneel for the national anthem. They weren't even be on the field.
All Broncos Players Stand During The National AnthemAll players stood during the national anthem Saturday night ahead of the Broncos third preseason game.
Elway: 'We're Football First' On Player ProtestsDenver Broncos President of Football Operations and General Manager John Elway is speaking out on player protests during the National Anthem.
In Denver, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Says Kaepernick Isn't Being BlackballedNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says teams aren't blackballing Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the national anthem last year.