Peyton Manning can earn back every penny of the $4 million pay cut John Elway asked him to take this offseason.
Losing offensive lineman Ryan Clady, the anchor of the offensive line, for the season to a torn ACL is devastating. But life goes on, and according to former Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey, it’s all just part of the game.
When ranking the most “irreplaceable” players on the team, it is a combination of what they bring to the team, but also who is behind them.
Share your comments with Vic Lombardi about Ryan Clady’s likely season-ending injury.
With Ryan Clady gone for the foreseeable future, the Broncos will now be relying on four new linemen to keep Manning safe.
The Denver Broncos continued their offensive line makeover by waiving second-year tackle Paul Cornick, who started three games each at right tackle and tight end last season.
Take a $4 million pay cut, John Elway told Peyton Manning, and I’ll fix your pocket of protection.
After serving as Denver’s emergency right tackle over the last half of last season, Louis Vasquez confirmed Wednesday that he’s moving back to his natural position at right guard.
General manager John Elway promised he’d fix Peyton Manning’s pocket of protection this offseason. The one position he didn’t have to bother upgrading was left tackle.
The Denver Broncos continued addressing their needs along the offensive line by acquiring fourth-year center Gino Gradkowski from the Baltimore Ravens for 2016 draft considerations.