Sacred cows were scarce when Broncos general manager John Elway dug out from the wreckage of that Super Bowl blistering by the Seahawks.
Peyton Manning flew to New York this spring to pay his respects to Derek Jeter and David Letterman, two much-admired superstars in the middle of their long goodbyes.
Wes Welker was at the Denver Athletic Club earlier this week being honored as the DAC’s Athlete of The Year. He sat down with CBS4′s Vic Lombardi to talk about the honor, among other things.
Everybody keeps wondering how much longer Peyton Manning is going to play, but what about Wes Welker?
The seizure, the weight loss, the false-start of a comeback. Derek Wolfe endured them all while always keeping one goal in mind: Getting back on the football field.
Demaryius Thomas, the lone bright spot in Denver’s Super Bowl debacle, isn’t looking back at that night in the Meadowlands when Seattle’s sideline-to-sideline supremacy rendered his record 13 receptions a forgettable footnote.
Peyton Manning has thrown 100 touchdown passes in his two seasons in Denver. Although the five-time MVP has another group of tantalizing targets with the additions of Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer, the Broncos want more balance in 2014.
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.
Emmanuel Sanders is still learning his way around town. That’s not stopping him from putting out a big welcome mat for rookie wide receiver Cody Latimer.
With their second pick in the NFL draft the Denver Broncos took a player who will directly affect Peyton Manning. He’s wide receiver Cody Latimer out of the University of Indiana.