The Broncos are one win away from their first Super Bowl appearance since they won it in 1998. But the Broncos faced many more challenges to get to the point they are now as opposed to the team 16 years ago.
Ever since returning from his heart operation last month, Denver Broncos coach John Fox seems like a new man. More pep in his step, more color in his face, more boom in his voice.
Peyton Manning will have all of his wide receivers available for the first time in a month when the Denver Broncos begin their playoff run Jan. 12 in the AFC divisional round.
DWIs. Drugs. Injuries. Illnesses. Ambulances. Surgeries. The Denver Broncos have seen it all in this drama-filled season.
Manny Ramirez has arguably the toughest job in pro football. As Peyton Manning’s center, he literally works under the most demanding quarterback in the NFL.
The Denver Broncos got their three “W’s” back at practice on Christmas Day — Wes Welker, Derek Wolfe and Kayvon Webster.
Peyton Manning has played the classic pick-your-poison trap all season, spreading the ball out evenly to his wide receivers while lighting up the scoreboard like no NFL quarterback ever has.
Wes Welker won’t play Thursday night against San Diego as he recovers from his second concussion in less than a month.
Peyton Manning had a salty response to his critics during a postgame interview with Broncos’ flagship radio station KOA in Denver following the Broncos’ 51-28 dismantling of the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
After Wes Welker suffered his second concussion in four games on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, Sports writer Jeff Pearlman addressed a letter to Welker asking the wide receiver to retire.