Denver offensive line coach Dave Magazu came in from the cold, took the hand warmers out of his gloves and settled into his chair to talk about his guys.
The Zane Beadles Parade Foundation is a charity set up by Broncos offensive lineman Zane Beadles to help raise money for pediatric cancer patients.
Chris Kuper put on pads for the first time in 214 days, snapped a few footballs to Peyton Manning and lined up some at guard Tuesday.
Peyton Manning is about to enter a season of Super Bowl expectations behind an offensive line that’s full of questions, surgical scars, fresh faces and, yes, promise.
Forget about Peyton Manning’s neck and right arm. Both held up just fine last year. The question now is about his broad shoulders.
One year after rejecting a $50 million offer and playing for a relative bargain price of $3.5 million, Peyton Manning’s blindside protector cashed in on his gamble by signing a five-year deal.
The Denver Broncos locked up Peyton Manning’s blindside protector Sunday, signing left tackle Ryan Clady to a five-year deal worth up to $57.5 million.
A week ago J.D. Walton appeared well on the road to recovery from surgery on his left ankle, but he had another surgery on Monday, and now the Broncos will start the season without their starting center.
Everybody at Broncos headquarters is operating under the assumption Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady will return to Denver in time for training camp with a new contract and a clean bill of health in hand. Everybody except for Chris Clark, that is.
After his breakout season last year ended with a trip to Honolulu alongside Peyton Manning, Zane Beadles has enhanced the mind games he’s employed to become a better football player.