The Broncos have unveiled their 2014 preseason schedule, and it’s got some fireworks.
Of the six coaches who were fired at the end of this season, each of them had quarterbacks with a quarterback rating placing them in the bottom half of the league.
The Cincinnati Bengals had a great season and are looking forward to welcoming the San Diego Chargers into Paul Brown Stadium for the Wild Card round of the playoffs. Even with that game on the immediate horizon, the 2014 opponents for the Bengals have now been set.
Peyton Manning led Denver to a 37-13 win over Houston on Sunday with a big fourth quarter. He regained his NFL record for most touchdown passes with 51 when he threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns, including three in the fourth quarter.
At least one Broncos player — and probably many more — let out a cheer when the Miami Dolphins beat the New England Patriots on Sunday.
When Broncos head coach John Fox underwent a heart operation, and Texans head coach Gary Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke, it put an increased the spotlight on the pressures head coaches are under.
The Houston Texans have long seen their offense strike when the iron is hot and consistently run up the score, but they’ve needed the defense to keep the lead. With some players leaving and others are not living up to the hype, J.J. Watt brings the whole package to a team that is getting better every season.
A former home health care aide who worked for a company founded by a Denver Broncos player has been charged with felony theft and will likely be charged in multiple cases after police accused her of stealing from multiple vulnerable clients.
NFL stars J.J. Watt, Von Miller and Champ Bailey will take part in a weeklong visit to U.S. troops at military bases throughout the Middle East.
Thanks to their extraordinary eight-game winning streak, the Denver Broncos actually have a chance to land the AFC’s No. 1 seed. They’ll need some help from the teams ahead of them, though.