DENVER (AP) – Peyton Manning‘s Denver Broncos and Richard Sherman‘s Seattle Seahawks were the NFL’s best all season, so it’s fitting that they’ll meet in the Super Bowl. Nobody scored as many points or gained as […]
Seventy-nine days before Peyton Manning punched the Broncos’ ticket to the Super Bowl head coach John Fox lay on a golf course near his offseason home in North Carolina and feared he was dying.
Denver Broncos defensive lineman Malik Jackson said it hasn’t hit him yet that his team is one victory away from the Super Bowl.
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.
With Peyton Manning on the verge of breaking Tom Brady’s single-season touchdown record, Houston interim coach Wade Phillips calls this “just the best year ever of any quarterback.”
On Tuesday, the Denver Broncos signed former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Jeremy Mincey. Mincey will help with depth on the defensive line, which has been an issue due to injuries this season.
Shaun Phillips spent a good portion of last offseason waiting for the phone to ring. It certainly wasn’t the first time.
John Elway has been down this lonely road before, trudging through the tunnel in deafening silence after a stunning loss at home as the AFC’s prohibitive Super Bowl favorite following a 13-3 regular season.
Denver Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady has spent years blocking defensive end Elvis Dumervil in practice.
Giant banners of Joe Flacco hang from the stadium in Denver, where nobody needed the larger-than-life reminders that his 70-yard touchdown toss in the final minute of regulation ruined the Broncos’ Super Bowl hopes.