2017 NFL Holiday Wish ListThe end of the year is upon us, which means it's time to create holiday wish lists. We took a shot at guessing what some people and teams around the NFL are wishing for this year.
Denver Zoo Considers Naming Red Pandas Babies After The Manning BrothersThe Denver Zoo is asking for the public's help naming two animal babies.
Broncos Week 6 Opponent Profile: Giants Missing Key Offensive PlayersThe New York Giants (0-5) are hoping for a miracle when the team travels to take on the Denver Broncos (3-1) in the Mile High City on Sunday night.
Fantasy Football QB Breakout CandidatesWith Week One right around the corner, we take a look at a few quarterbacks who could break out this fantasy football season.
Keidel: In Praise Of Eli Manning, The Greatest QB In Giants HistoryEli Manning is the face of solidity, security, and consistency. Yet fans are still trying to understand the understated QB.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Keidel: Beckham, Norman And The Game Within The GameThe Redskins-Giants matchup is as important as a September division game can be. And the Beckham-Norman battle may decide it.
Peyton Manning Has Fun With His Retirement In Silly AdsPeyton Manning apparently doesn't have that much to do now that he's retired.
Coach Kubiak: 'Nothing's Smooth About What We Do'Peyton Manning is retired. Tom Coughlin is gone. Heck, the Rams no longer are in St. Louis. Upheaval is the buzzword for the NFL as training camps open.
Stomach Bug Keeps Eli Manning From Peyton's Retirement CeremonyEli Manning was all set to pull off a quarterback sneak and show up unannounced at his big brother's retirement ceremony.
Peyton Manning Gets Emotional During Retirement News ConferencePeyton Manning got emotional early on in his retirement news conference on Monday morning.
Column: 'Peyton's Place' Moves From Center Stage To SidelineHe's called his last "Omaha!" Humbled by age and confronted with a script even he couldn't flip, Peyton Manning called it a career some two weeks shy of 40.