Xfinity Monday Live
Some football players do the dirty work down in the trenches, while others take in the glory of scoring touchdowns. On Sunday against Tampa Bay Broncos defensive tackle Mitch Unrein got to do both.
The Broncos are on a six-game winning streak with a chance to make it seven against the Buccaneers, but wide receiver Eric Decker believes the team should be a little bit critical of the Chiefs game at the same time as looking ahead to the Bucs.
Defensive tackle Justin Bannan said he’s very happy to have his good friend D.J. Williams back on the team after he served two suspensions.
Broncos linebacker Wesley “The Lumberjack” Woodyard has been a beast on the field for Denver so far this season totaling double-digit tackles in each of the last four games. He says it’s all about defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio’s scheme.
When Jack Del Rio came to the Denver Broncos to be the defensive coordinator in the offseason one of his orders of business was to get defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson to bulk up, and Vickerson didn’t disappoint.
It was a career game for two young Broncos defensive backs as Tony Carter and Chris Harris both had two turnovers in last week’s game against the San Diego Chargers.
The Denver Broncos remarkable comeback in the second half against the San Diego Chargers on Monday night was one for the record books, but rookie defensive lineman Derek Wolfe said he’s been involved in an even bigger comeback.
After the Denver Broncos 37-6 rout of the Oakland Raiders last Sunday it appears Peyton Manning and his receivers are getting on the same page.
Hillman played his college ball at San Diego State and he played youth football for a fellow by the name of Calvin Broadus — a.k.a. Snoop Dog, who recently changed his name to Snoop Lion.
Former Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins says he’s finding life after football enjoyable and admits he’s thought about the Hall of Fame. Dawkins was CBS4′s guest on Xfinity Monday Live!