The on-field successes of Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are pretty even. Off the field, it appears they aren’t even close.
Mile High Sports Radio has interviewed plenty of NFL people this week, that all changed today with the appearance of Jesse Jackson.
Thursday for D Mac was less about the X’s and O’s of football and more about national anthems and the halftime entertainment.
Ian Rapoport covered the Patriots for the Boston Herald and now breaks stories for the NFL Network. Our Robin Carlin had five questions.
Seahawks special teams coach Brian Schneider grew up in Arvada as a Denver Broncos fan. This Sunday, he will be trying to beat them.
Dining with the “Duke of Denver,” Broncos Safety Duke Ihenacho gets his grub on and prepares for his first Super Bowl appearance.
Peyton Manning gets credit for winning; John Elway gets credit for bringing in Manning. There is another quarterback that deserves praise.
As SuperBowl XLVIII week continues on, momentum is building and our Doug Ottewill is one of the most observant ones.
Wednesday at the Super Bowl was D Mac’s chance to saddle up next to Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch. He did not disappoint.
After a season loaded with more “downs” than “ups” Broncos’ cornerback Tony Carter is again back on the island he always wanted.