Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Tag: Peyton Manning

The master of crunch time, John Elway, faces it again entering...

For the first time in a long time, maybe since the embarrassing loss to the 49ers in Super Bowl XXIV, John Elway must quiet his critics.

Not wanting to miss the playoffs again, Sanders to organize workout

"Obviously, I want to host all of the guys at my house in Houston," Sanders said. "I know Demaryius [Thomas] is on board, everybody’s on board."

Denver should make the future happen now with Paxton Lynch at...

The general consensus seems to be that this is Siemian's job to lose. No one seems to think that Lynch will earn the position. But he should.

Manning reportedly will not be following Romo into broadcasting

From Papa John's to Buick, Manning still does the occasional plug. Still, don't expect him to take a permanent gig on television.

Peyton Manning not interested in starting a career in politics

“I have no interest in the political world, but would like to continue serving communities,” Manning said at the Adobe Summit 2017.

Denver needs Tony Romo, whether the Broncos think they need him...

Tony Romo is not Peyton Manning. He is, however, compelling and polarizing. He is a draw, and he is a storyline.

Candidates to fill the Broncos’ growing leadership void

The Broncos have lost a lot in terms of leadership over the last couple years. A look at the leaders they have lost and who they can look to in 2017.

The five greatest free agents in Denver Broncos history

The Broncos have found some franchise greats through the free agent market. Here are five free agents that came to Denver, and blew away expectations.

Draft history makes Elway’s free agent moves even more important

Elway has drafted some studs over the years, notably on the defensive side of the ball. But looking at the draft as a whole, the results aren't great.

The Denver Broncos need to be smart, not sexy, in free...

You might tell your teenage daughter when she is trying get all dolled up: “less is more” or “don’t try so hard.” Same goes for the Broncos.