Both Fox And The Broncos Play Down Their ReunionLost in the jet wash of Peyton Manning's benching is the story line of John Fox facing his former team Sunday when the Denver Broncos visit the Chicago Bears.
Wade Phillips Among NFL's Must-Follows On TwitterWade Phillips is 68 years old, a veteran of 45 years of coaching, including 37 in the NFL. He's also a savvy six-year social media master who's become a must-follow on Twitter.
Team Grades: Broncos Offense Gets Back On Track Against The PackPeyton Manning and the Broncos offense explode against Green Bay while the defense smothers Aaron Rodgers in a hugely impressive all-around performance.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Already In Broncos' HeadsAaron Rodgers is already in the Denver Broncos' heads.
With Ware Missing Game, It's Shaq Time For BroncosShaquil Barrett is set to make his first NFL start on the league's top-ranked defense because star pass-rusher DeMarcus Ware is missing Denver's game at Cleveland on Sunday with a bad back.
TJ Ward Looking Forward To Making Browns Fans Jeer HimCheers are the last thing T.J. Ward wants to hear when he returns to Cleveland.
Anderson, A Former Raiders Fan, Says Going Into Enemy Territory A Good Test For BroncosAccording to Broncos running back C.J. Anderson, the NFL is more fun when the Oakland Raiders are playing well.
Ware-Phillips Reunion Leads To Broncos Sacks BrigadeEvery Thursday night, DeMarcus Ware pours himself a glass of Gruaud Larose, a red Bordeaux from his birth year, to enjoy with a nice Porterhouse steak.
Denver's Defense Leads Broncos Past Vikings 23-20The league's top-ranked defense collected seven more sacks in a 23-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Bruton Delivers On Promise To Be Defensive FactorDavid Bruton Jr. is delivering on his pledge to make a mark on Denver's defense in his seventh NFL season after being typecast as a special teams ace since coming out of Notre Dame in 2009.
Phillips' Scheme Helping Broncos Win The Turnover BattleOnly the New York Jets have procured more takeaways than the Denver Broncos so far this year.
Marshall Says Broncos Are Out To Have The League's No. 1 DefenseHe may have wound up with a dislocated finger, but Brandon Marshall calls his play at the conclusion of the Broncos win over the Chiefs last week the proudest moment of his career.