They long ago buried their feud. Now, John Elway and Dan Reeves will share a facade.
After putting his team through its final full practice of the season on Friday afternoon, Denver Broncos coach John Fox declared his team ready to go for the Super Bowl.
Champ Bailey has pretty much accomplished everything there is to on a football field. Well, with one glaring exception, which the Denver Broncos cornerback finally remedied Sunday — he’s headed to his first Super Bowl.
John Fox is returning to work on Monday, less than a month after undergoing open-heart surgery, and he plans to coach the Denver Broncos in their game against the Tennessee Titans on Dec. 8.
A person with knowledge of Coach John Fox’s plans says team owner Pat Bowlen will send his private jet to Charlotte, N.C., to fly Fox back to Denver on Wednesday.
John Fox said Tuesday that he plans on returning to the sideline this season.
Champ Bailey’s sprained left foot will keep him on the sideline Sunday when Mike Shanahan returns to Denver.
Mike Shanahan is the only coach to bring a Super Bowl title to the Mile High City, but the gleam of the two Lombardi Trophies he won faded.
Five years after his retirement, Tom Nalen’s penchant for anonymity finally is breaking down.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is asking everyone to show their Broncos spirit this week.