PHOENIX — If Justin Simmons had a vote it would be a hard no. The Broncos’ safety who made famous the leaper play that blocked an extra-point attempt and led to the game-winning score against New Orleans, is, unsurprisingly, against the league’s proposal to ban it. “It seems a little out of hand,” Simmons told The Denver Post by phone Monday. “I just don’t understand...
Via The Denver Post
4 hours ago
The narrative that the Denver Broncos are just waiting for the Dallas Cowboys to release Tony Romo in order to sign him just got served a cold shoulder. On Monday, John Elway, who already stated he was eager to move forward with his young quarterbacks, made it clear he’s not interested in pursuing Romo whatsoever.“It’s not the intent to go that direction,’’ Elway told 9News...
After telling reporters he didn’t even discuss Tony Romo with Stephen Jones of the Dallas Cowboys this past week, John Elway once again threw cold water on the idea of the veteran joining the Denver Broncos.The team has continued to throw its support behind Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch throughout the offseason, and Elway did so once again on Monday. While Elway didn’t slam...
The Denver Broncos struggled offensively in 2016, primarily at the expense of a lackluster running game, due to the injury of veteran C.J. Anderson, and inexperience of rookie Devontae Booker. Following a rocky start, the former fourth-round pick improved throughout the season, taking advantage at all costs to make his name, ultimately proving to be more than capable of becoming...
On Monday, Denver Broncos running back Kapri Bibbs took to his Twitter account to let the world know about his aspirations to be the best. But to be the man, you’ve got to beat the man. An important step towards greatness would be winning the starting job on your respective team. C.J. Anderson, who currently holds that spot, was quick to respond to Bibbs. Both went undrafted. Anderson...
Via Mile High Sports
10 hours ago
PHOENIX — The Broncos can forget San Diego. Soon, they’ll likely forget Oakland, too. NFL owners convened in Phoenix Monday morning to vote on the Raiders’ proposed move to Las Vegas, which, if approved, would make them the third team (Chargers, Rams) to recently switch cities. Two of those are divisional rivals for the Broncos, ensuring their road schedule will look a lot...
Via The Denver Post
11 hours ago
The Denver Broncos have been relatively quiet on the free agent market this season. While they need to retool their offensive and defensive lines, and acquire a few other skill positions, there were a limited number of viable free agents to pursue. John Elway would settle on a few select candidates, that he is hoping can improve the Broncos current roster. Ron Leary and Menelik...
Via Mile High Sports
13 hours ago
When authorities began searching for Tom Brady’s missing game-worn jersey from Super Bowl LI, Von Miller probably didn’t realize the investigation would lead to him having a valuable possession of his own returned. Sometimes things just have a way of working themselves out.Mauricio Ortega, the former Mexican newspaper director who has been accused of stealing two of Brady’s...
The Denver Broncos were a veteran quarterback away from making a playoff run this past season, and general manager John Elway and the powers that be at Broncos HQ need to realize the team’s window is closing.That’s why they need to sign Tony Romo, and soon.The thing that’s scaring most teams, and understandably so, is the $5 million signing bonus Romo would be due this season...
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) The San Francisco 49ers have signed free agent linebacker Dekoda Watson to a three-year contract. The team announced the move on Friday night. Watson, a seven-year NFL veteran who spent the last two seasons with Denver, is a special teams standout. He led the Broncos with 11 tackles on special teams last year in just nine games. In 89 career games, Watson...
Via Associated Press
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DeMarcus Ware announced on Monday that he has decided to retire from the NFL after 12 phenomenal seasons, and already we are hearing speculation that he could change his mind at some point in the near future.Vic Lombardi of Altitude Sports Network in Denver said on “PFT Live” Tuesday that he would not be surprised if Ware’s retirement ends up being a “soft” one. By that...
Reports indicate that DeMarcus Ware certainly didn’t retire for lack of interest in his services.Various reports indicated that Ware had offers in place to play another season for $7-8 million a year, and also visited with the Los Angeles Rams before he ultimately chose to walk away. As Ware said in his statement, his decision to retire was fueled primarily because he wanted to...
The Denver Broncos have been full throttle since the free agency period began on Thursday. Now the question is, who will be behind center when training camp begins? The latest Bronco victim tagged with trade rumors is third year quarterback, Trevor Siemian. This trade rumor has gained traction with the announcement that the Dallas Cowboys would be releasing or trading quarterback...
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