If the National Weather Service’s forecast is correct, the buzz about a blizzard at the first cold-weather, outdoor Super Bowl – the official host committee logo features a snowflake – will turn out to be just talk.
Finally, the Denver Broncos can get ready for some meaningful football. Oh, sure, the 13 wins and all those records Peyton Manning set will count, but the regular season was simply a warm-up act for a team with the Super Bowl on its radar.
Five Broncos players have been selected to the Pro Bowl, including quarterback Peyton Manning who was picked for the 13th time in his career.
John Fox is returning to work on Monday, less than a month after undergoing open-heart surgery, and he plans to coach the Denver Broncos in their game against the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 8.
In his first for-the-record comments since his name’s been bandied about as a possible replacement for Lane Kiffin at USC, Jack Del Rio declined Thursday to address speculation he might return to his alma mater.
Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme combined for 93 catches, 911 yards and seven touchdowns last season, yet the tight end making all the noise at the Denver Broncos’ training camp is a third-year pro with all of one career catch to his name.
Wesley Woodyard is excited to be a vocal leader who speaks up in team meetings and in the locker room, but off the field he’s not saying too much about some of the team’s game plan.
When Adam Gase was promoted from Peyton Manning’s position coach to offensive coordinator over the winter, he excitedly talked about picking up the pace, and the Broncos have done just that, adding an up-tempo facet to Manning’s repertoire.
The Denver Broncos have released the cities and dates for their inaugural Mile High Salute to Fans Tour.
Wes Welker says there are no hard feelings toward the Patriots and he’s happy to be in Denver.