After watching Denver’s start slow against the New York Jets on Sunday, former Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley thinks the team still lacks the killer instinct against a lesser squad.
Peyton Manning seems to be having a lot more fun this summer. He’s still grinding through training camp like always but he’s also showing a loosey-goosey side that he rarely flashed in Indy or in his first two seasons in Denver.
Former Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley and running back Reggie Rivers both believe the Broncos mid-season loss to the Patriots was a lesson learned by the team and will help them in the AFC Championship game.
So it’s absurd to think Peyton Manning can keep this up, a pace to throw for 112 touchdowns and 7,392 yards this season. Don’t laugh. Defenses sure aren’t.
Denver’s second-year linebacker Danny Trevathan blames excitement over his first NFL start for his premature celebration of a sure pick-6 that resulted in a touchback instead of a touchdown in the Broncos’ Week 1 rout of the Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens have bolstered their receiving corps, agreeing in principle to a contract with tight end Dallas Clark and signing wideout Brandon Stokley to a one-year contract.
Peyton Manning returned to Broncos headquarters Monday, starting voluntary workouts with his group of receivers, which now includes Wes Welker.
John Elway seems to have forgotten that he was ever a player in the NFL, and that’s a good thing, according to former teammate Tom Nalen.
Mike McCoy is the new head coach of the San Diego Chargers. The 40-year-old McCoy replaces Norv Turner, who was fired along with general manager A.J. Smith.
John Elway has been down this lonely road before.