He had 265 yards to go, and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was able to break Drew Brees’ single season passing record on Sunday afternoon in Oakland in the first half.
After receiver Eric Decker had an unforgettable day last week against the Chiefs with four touchdowns, he followed it up with 117 yards and a touchdown against the Titans.
A loss like the one the Broncos experienced on Sunday night can be a turning point for an NFL team. Could it be for this year’s Broncos squad?
After coming on so strong early in the season, if quarterback Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos don’t go all the way to Super Bowl and win, will this season be considered a failure?
Sunday was a big day for the current Broncos as they dominated the Philadelphia Eagles, but it was also a big day for one former Bronco.
Five years after his retirement, Tom Nalen’s penchant for anonymity finally is breaking down.
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.
Former Broncos center Tom Nalen, who played 14 seasons in Denver, was elected to the team’s Ring of Fame.
The Broncos picked a good running back in this weekend’s NFL Draft, but former Broncos veteran Tom Nalen says the team could have gotten a runner of relatively equal value in a lower round than the second.
CBS4’s Gary Miller found a Division II player at Colorado State University-Pueblo who has a pretty good chance of getting drafted by an NFL team — offensive guard Ryan Jensen.