Denver Broncos’ players Ware, Welker, Miller, Talib, Ward and Vasquez all made the first half of the NFL’s top 100 players of 2014
Since Baltimore has to open their title defense on the road, the NFL is strongly considering the Ravens return trip to Denver for the Sept. 5 opener.
The Broncos made a huge splash in free agency, inking the five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver to a two-year, $12 million contract on Wednesday.
If the Broncos go shopping for big guys on the interior, Georgia DT John Jenkins (359 pounds) and Kentucky G Larry Warford (333 pounds) could fit their draft bill.
There are more small-school players than usual at the Senior Bowl, and that’s given prospects like Aaron Mellette of Elon University a chance to get noticed.
Louisiana Tech WR Quinton Patton isn’t just a product of a pass-friendly system. More on Patton and other South team notables in the practice notebook.
Representatives from the Broncos and 31 other teams began their work in Mobile by taking heights and weights of the rookies-to-be.
Peyton Manning has pointed the Broncos this far, and if they keep moving in the same direction, they’ll get past the Ravens today.
The most talked-about glove since Michael Jackson moonwalked is the one that could allow Peyton Manning to succeed where he’s fallen short.
Chris Kuper and Wesley Woodyard are out and Demaryius Thomas injured his shoulder, but returned in the third quarter, giving Denver a boost.