Brandon Marshall is back on the football field, trying to replicate last year’s breakout season despite two screws in his right foot and a heavy heart.
Former Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Ed McCaffrey said it’s something he looks forward to every year, the “Dare to Play Football and Dare to Cheer Camps” in partnership with the Global Down Syndrome Foundation.
Denver Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan is guaranteeing he won’t re-injure the left kneecap that gave him so much trouble last season.
Brandon Marshall is putting his foot down — only not the right one, since there are two screws holding it together.
So used to flying around the field at full speed, Danny Trevathan has to constantly remind himself to back off for the sake of his still-healing left knee.
Many players on the Broncos roster talk a big game, but linebacker Danny Trevathan might take the cake for being the most intimidating.
Take a $4 million pay cut, John Elway told Peyton Manning, and I’ll fix your pocket of protection.
John Elway is looking for the right man to fix a 12-4 team, not a 4-12 debacle like John Fox inherited four years ago.
Top tackler Brandon Marshall is expected to return to the lineup for Sunday’s playoff game against Indianapolis (12-5) after missing the last 2 1/2 games with a sprained right foot.
The Denver Broncos have been hit hard by the injury bug. Though, compared to last year, this season has been mild, even with 20 players listed.