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John Fox

Osweiler: Still the Broncos’ QB of the future

Jan. 14, 2013 // By Andrew Mason

John Elway and John Fox reaffirmed their faith in Brock Osweiler’s development. “I’m thrilled with his progress so far,” Elway said.

Fox: Players’ shock led to kneeldown call

Jan. 14, 2013 // By Andrew Mason

John Fox defended his end-game decisions, citing percentages for a third-and-7 run and his players’ mindset for the kneeldown at the end of regulation.

Ravens 38, Broncos 35: Three observations

Jan. 13, 2013 // By Andrew Mason

The reasons for the loss go much deeper than just Rahim Moore being beaten deep. Some were within the control of Peyton Manning and the Broncos; some were not.

Broncos-Ravens: Looking ahead by the numbers

Jan. 08, 2013 // By Andrew Mason

Only four quarterbacks have ever done what Peyton Manning will try to do: take a team to a Super Bowl in his first season with that club.

Broncos not worried about Thomas’ shoulder

Dec. 07, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

Demaryius Thomas is expected back at practice by Monday, since his shoulder injury “doesn’t appear to be real serious,” John Fox said.

Martin’s arrival brings flashback to April

Nov. 28, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

The Broncos liked Boise State’s Doug Martin on draft day last April. But the Bucs liked him enough to trade up with Denver to get him.

Going by the numbers of Broncos-Chiefs

Nov. 26, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

By leading the Broncos to victory Sunday, Peyton Manning assured their first successive regular-season wins in Kansas City since the 1970s.

Broncos 36, Panthers 14: Three observations

Nov. 11, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

Peyton Manning was only a secondary story to the pass rush and special teams, which accounted for 20 of the Broncos’ 36 points Sunday.

Broncos-Panthers: Five things to watch

Nov. 10, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

John Fox returns to Charlotte Sunday, and his Broncos will face a Panthers team that has been plagued by near-misses against elite foes.

Broncos hope that they win one for the ol’ … Fox

Nov. 07, 2012 // By Andrew Mason

Sunday, John Fox returns to Carolina, where he served as head coach nine seasons. Motivation won’t be a problem, although he downplays it.

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