Six months ago Derek Wolfe had doubts he’d ever play football again. He went through the ringer both physically and emotionally.
Rahim Moore was so excited for the Denver Broncos’ first practice of the offseason – and his first in six months – that he sauntered out of the locker room with his jersey on backward.
CBSDenver.com writer Brett Heinzerling breaks down the Broncos’ needs to avoid repeating last season’s demoralizing ending.
As far as Peyton Manning is concerned, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders isn’t the only offensive reinforcement summoned to help Denver get another crack at winning the Super Bowl.
Broncos pass-rushers DeMarcus Ware and Von Miller are a lot alike. Both collect lots of sacks, hefty paychecks and plenty of accolades. The two are also on the comeback trail after offseason surgeries following a disappointing season.
With less than five months until Week 1 of the NFL’s regular seaon, Peyton Manning knows a lot of work has to be done in a small window of time when it comes to building the chemistry of this year’s Denver Broncos.
The Broncos spent the first day of free agency bolstering their defensive backfield, agreeing to a four-year deal with Ward on Tuesday afternoon and then hours later reaching an agreement on a six-year contract with Talib.
Derek Wolfe says he’s finally healthy after suffering a seizure in November that doctors now believe was related to the spinal cord injury he suffered in the preseason.
It’s been a mystery for months — the seizure that felled Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe. It ended his season and could have ended his career.
Terrance Knighton summed it up for so many Broncos fans when he sat stone-faced after Seattle’s 43-8 drubbing of Denver in the Super Bowl and said, “It doesn’t feel real. It almost feels like a nightmare.”