Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The Denver Broncos are hoping that pick No. 20 can pay off again

In 1989, Denver chose to go with a former quarterback-turned-safety out of Arkansas. Steve Atwater proved to be exactly what the Broncos needed.

Concerns about health risks contributed to Ware’s decision to retire

"Now we’ve cleaned up everything those 12 years have cost my body," Ware said. "Going out here one more year and possibly tearing it up — is it worth it?”

Character concerns with Cook and Mixon make McCaffrey more appealing

If the Broncos go running back early, I'm hoping they choose McCaffrey based on skill, and more importantly, on character.

Kapri Bibbs and Bennie Fowler sign exclusive rights tenders

Running back Kapri Bibbs and wide receiver Bennie Fowler are back in the fold for the Denver Broncos, though they didn't have all that much choice.
Peyton Manning

Manning reportedly will not be following Romo into broadcasting

From Papa John's to Buick, Manning still does the occasional plug. Still, don't expect him to take a permanent gig on television.

It isn’t easy finding the perfect home in Broncos Country

Losing out on Tony Romo might actually be good for the Broncos. Remember: The grass is not always greener on the other side of the 50.

Montee Ball finding redemption outside of professional football

Montee Ball's was hopeful for what could have been a promising life in the NFL, took a turn and self destructed in alcoholism and domestic violence arrests.

Chad Johnson challenges wideouts, including Broncos’ Demaryius Thomas

Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson took to twitter to challenge New York Giants Odell Beckham Jr. and Demaryius Thomas to 1-on-1 drills.

Broncos looking in-state to potentially bolster offensive and defensive line

According to Matt McChesney, linemen Dallas Fields, Justin Traxinger, Palmer White and Paul Thurston all received invites to the Broncos’ local Pro Day.

Broncos Country, Elway must look in the mirror after misreading Romo saga

Five years after landing the greatest free agent in NFL history in Peyton Manning, John Elway looks mortal.