Sunday, August 25, 2019

Tag: Emmanuel Sanders

Broncos biggest playmakers look to repeat success after injury

Tonight’s game is important on the road to recovery for both Phillip Lindsay and Emmanuel Sanders. They will each be key if Denver’s offense wants to strike fear in opponents again.

Emmanuel Sanders set to start on Monday Night Football

Sanders makes his return to the gridiron tonight after tearing his Achilles’ tendon last season.

Sanders knows to ‘trust the process’ in his recovery

Emmanuel Sanders joins Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on Afternoon Drive to discuss his recovery and return to the field for the Broncos.

How does Denver’s young crop of receivers compare to the rest...

With Tyreek Hill back and Antonio Brown now in the AFC West, how does Denver's receiving core stack up against the rest of the division?

Emmanuel Sanders oozing with confidence after day one of Broncos camp

An Achilles injury is always brutal (generally a year long recovery), but during post-practice media availability Sanders said that won't be the case for him. 

New workout video of Broncos’ WR Emmanuel Sanders is sensational sign

While we've heard reports and seen some evidence Sanders is trending for an "early" return, today came some video evidence it could be Week 1 early.

Emmanuel Sanders excelling in newfound mentorship role

With the departure of DT, Sanders has had to step into a veteran leadership role. Luckily for the Broncos, he's thriving in it.

Training camp preview: 3 storylines to keep an eye on at...

Every NFL offseason produces countless storylines that mean next to nothing. Here are the offseason storylines for the Broncos that will actually matter.

New rule prompts McManus to warn Sanders, Lindsay about celebrations

If the Broncos' offensive stars commit unsportsmanlike penalties after scores, it could make the team's kicker try an extra point from 48 yards away. He warned them not to do that on Thursday.

Emmanuel Sanders says he’s ‘way ahead of schedule’ in achilles recovery

Emmanuel Sanders is progressing nicely in his rehab, but will he be retained for the 2019 season?