John Elway’s philosophy is to address immediate needs in free agency, even though some of his own veterans may prove too pricey to keep around.
Terrance Knighton summed it up for so many Broncos fans when he sat stone-faced after Seattle’s 43-8 drubbing of Denver in the Super Bowl and said, “It doesn’t feel real. It almost feels like a nightmare.”
They are former kids who played in their backyards and dreamed of scoring the winning touchdown, making the big play on defense and somehow sharing in the spotlight of helping a team win the Super Bowl.
The Denver Broncos have returned to the practice field for the first time since clinching a spot in the Super Bowl.
DWIs. Drugs. Injuries. Illnesses. Ambulances. Surgeries. The Denver Broncos have seen it all in this drama-filled season.
An unexpected 27-20 loss to the Chargers on Thursday night made Peyton Manning and the Broncos look average and placed all their regular-season goals in jeopardy.
Shaun Phillips spent a good portion of last offseason waiting for the phone to ring. It certainly wasn’t the first time.
The Broncos passed their first of three straight big tests and took apart the NFL’s last undefeated team on Sunday night.
Peyton Manning is taking a beating. The Broncos’ offensive line is battered and his right ankle is throbbing. And now here come the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs, leading the league in sacks.
Beginning with their 35-24 comeback win over the Chargers last year, whom the Broncos visit again Sunday, Denver has won 18 of 20 games and has outscored opponents by an average of 36-20.