Sunday, September 25, 2016

Tag: Peyton Manning

Ty Sambrailo expected to return to game action after one-year hiatus

After a year on the sideline recovering from multiple injuries, Ty Sambrailo is set to make his season debut against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

Denver Broncos could be better than last year

The Broncos have taken on two solid opponents in 2016 and won both times. It's time for the rest of the NFL to begin taking the Broncos seriously again.

The Broncos are on an eerily familiar roller coaster

It's not deja vu; this year's Broncos are winning games in the same manner as last year's Broncos. Strap in for the ride.

Denver vs. Indianapolis: Expect the unexpected

It appears that the Denver Broncos have the advantage over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. However, fans should expect the unexpected given the match-up.

The Denver Broncos’ victory over Carolina was more than just another...

The Denver Broncos' victory over the Carolina Panthers was about as telling as the one that earned them a Super Bowl ring back in February

The stage doesn’t get much bigger for Trevor Siemian’s first start

Trevor Siemian's first NFL start will come with the entire football-watching population in America watching his every move.

Matt Paradis needs to become the brains of the Denver Broncos...

The Broncos won't necessarily miss Peyton Manning's arm strength, but they will miss his mind. Center Matt Paradis may be the key to replacing it

The Unexpected Veteran: Demaryius Thomas is the unlikely foundation

Demaryius Thomas enters 2016 as the Broncos' longest-tenured player, but there was a point he thought his time in Denver would be short-lived.

WATCH: Peyton Manning at Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe (NSFW)

The roast of Hollywood heartthrob Rob Lowe aired Monday night and delivered some hilarious digs from stars including Peyton Manning,

Sitting for a year puts Paxton Lynch in good company

Gary Kubiak has decided to hold off on the Paxton Lynch era a little while longer, and that may end up being a good thing for the first-round quarterback