Much like the rest of us, John Lynch was a bit surprised when he learned that he was being inducted into the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame
15 seasons with the Broncos, two championships and a whole lot of memories earned Jason Elam a ticket to the Ring of Fame, and he couldn't be happier
This week, the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders got into a little bit of a Twitter war over who has the better defense (HINT: It's the Super Bowl champs)
While the nation is not expecting much from the Broncos this year, the Denver Broncos defense knows it is capable of another Super Bowl run.
Despite his receptions, yards and touchdown numbers being down, Emmanuel Sanders jumped 21 spots on the NFL's annual player rankings.
Some say that a tight end is a quarterback's best friend, and if that's the case, the Denver Broncos have had some pretty good "best friends"
Trevor Siemian may be fighting an uphill battle for the starting job, but he's not giving up. If he proves himself, he'll earn everything he gets
John Lynch was a great player, leader and teammate, and he deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, but he does not deserve to be in the Broncos Ring of Fame
Mark Sanchez's recent injury could signal trouble for the Broncos or it could be a blessing in disguise for Paxton Lynch
John Lynch has Hall of Fame credentials. But is he worthy of being in the Broncos Ring of Fame for what he accomplished in his four years in Denver?