Clarence Hill Jr. with the Star-Telegram reported that the Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware is considering a return to the Dallas Cowboys.
In order to assure that certain players remain in Denver, they had to use the franchise tag for the past three offseasons on Clady, Thomas and Miller.
The Denver Broncos wide receivers racked up double digits in drops for the season as a unit; but did they grade out individually for the year?
Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network wonder if it is a good idea for the Broncos to draft Christian McCaffrey.
The Broncos' biggest need is along the offensive line. Games are won and lost in the trenches, and they didn't win those battles often enough last season.
If he's healthy, the former Kansas City All-Pro offers exactly what the Broncos need: An affordable, team-oriented, championship-hungry back.
Currently in Washington D.C. with several other mayors to discuss their priorities, Mayor Michael B. Hancock found the time to pose with an old friend.
"I coached Tony obviously," Wade Phillips told Gil Whiteley on Mile High Sports Radio. "The only time we lost any games was when he was hurt."
Elway and McCaffrey connect. That's something that hasn't been heard in the Mile High City in awhile. It has a ring to it, doesn't it? (Actually it has two)
The Denver Broncos are apparently considering addressing their biggest need with the Dallas Cowboys' greatest strength.