The Denver Broncos have released linebacker Joe Mays just days before the start of Training Camp.
In a league where injuries can make or break a team’s season, it’s Denver’s lack of them, along with its ability to replace the few players who do go out, that has turned the Broncos into legitimate Super Bowl contenders with a nine-game winning streak.
Some Denver Broncos players made good use of their day off on Tuesday to help out in the community.
Wesley Woodyard is the first Denver defender to record 50 tackles with multiple sacks and interceptions before the midway point of the season.
Peyton Manning acknowledged he was “probably a little bit lucky” that he banged the right thumbnail and not the knuckle of his throwing hand on New Orleans defensive end Martez Wilson’s helmet Sunday night.
Joe Mays is likely out for the season after suffering a serious injury to his lower left leg in the Broncos’ win over the Saints.
The team Peyton Manning grew up loving is nothing more, or less, than the next team on the quarterback’s schedule this week.
After giving up 86 points to the Patriots last year, the Denver Broncos realized just how far away they were from becoming a championship contender.
Dogged by interceptions one week and incompletions the next, Peyton Manning was simply incredible Sunday in leading the Denver Broncos to their biggest blowout of the Oakland Raiders in nearly a half-century.
Getting suspended a game and fined $50,000 for his hit on Houston quarterback Matt Schaub isn’t going to make Denver Broncos middle linebacker Joe Mays change his style.