One of the quietest players in NFL history sure had a lot to say Thursday. Former Denver Broncos center Tom Nalen made up for all those “no comments” during his 15-year career during an extraordinary half hour that at times showed precisely why he was wise to stay silent rather than speak his mind.
In addition to their $55 million splurge in free agency and plans to sign left tackle Ryan Clady to a big contract this summer, the Broncos are spending another $35 million to fix up their stadium and training facilities.
Next year’s schedule will bring former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan and the Washington Redskins to Denver for the first time since Shanahan was fired by the Broncos.
Two short years ago, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen sent out a letter to season ticket holders. “You deserve more from this franchise,” he wrote. Then, he went out and fixed it – first by hiring John Elway.
Champ Bailey insists the script in Denver is finally going to flip this year.
The king of the comeback is directing his latest escape act from the executive offices. John Elway is turning the Denver Broncos into winners again.
The Denver Broncos honored Rod Smith in a halftime ceremony Sunday, inducting the undrafted wide receiver into the team’s Ring of Fame.
Peyton Manning is taking over John Elway’s old job — and living in Mike Shanahan’s old house.
Brian Xanders is out as general manager of the Denver Broncos after three years in that role and with a year left on his contract.
Jake Plummer was 39-15 as the Denver Broncos starting quarterback before losing his job to Jay Cutler. Plummer then just walked away from the game, which not many athletes do when they are still in their prime.