Though his physical physical condition is no longer a big question mark for Peyton Manning, when he looks around at training camp, he must feel like he’s starting over again.
Sacred cows were scarce when Broncos general manager John Elway dug out from the wreckage of that Super Bowl blistering by the Seahawks.
The Broncos weren’t overwhelming favorites to win Super Bowl XLVIII but a 43-8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks was a punch to the stomach of Broncos Nation. That story tops the list of the top Colorado sports stories of the first half of 2014.
Peyton Manning flew to New York this spring to pay his respects to Derek Jeter and David Letterman, two much-admired superstars in the middle of their long goodbyes.
Tiger Woods will have a new sponsor on his bag when he returns to competition.
As an 85,000-square-foot indoor practice facility rises in the background of the Denver Broncos’ training complex, fourth-year safety Quinton Carter not so quietly goes about resurrecting his NFL career.
Eric Decker says he’s getting a good grasp of the New York Jets’ offensive system as the wide receiver transitions to his new team.
The Denver Broncos received their AFC championship rings in a team meeting on the eve of their three-day minicamp.
Demaryius Thomas, the lone bright spot in Denver’s Super Bowl debacle, isn’t looking back at that night in the Meadowlands when Seattle’s sideline-to-sideline supremacy rendered his record 13 receptions a forgettable footnote.
Emmanuel Sanders is still learning his way around town. That’s not stopping him from putting out a big welcome mat for rookie wide receiver Cody Latimer.