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What About Brock? Jake Plummer Says Osweiler 'Will Be Rewarded'

DENVER (CBS4) – Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is friends with current backup to Peyton Manning, Brock Osweiler, who also played for Arizona State University. 368 more words


Broncos React: Kubiak & Elway On 'Deflategate'

DENVER (CBS4) – After the NFL handed down their punishments stemming from the Deflategate investigation, the news of Tom Brady’s suspension the Patriots fine and loss of draft picks spread in no time. 135 more words


Broncos Stick With Theme Of Toughness, Athleticism

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Grouching that the Denver Broncos hadn’t gone out “kicking and screaming” in the playoffs the last three seasons, John Elway set out to toughen up a team that featured 11 Pro Bowlers but went out with a whimper. 702 more words


Shane Ray, Broncos 1st Round Pick, 'Plays With Hair On Fire'

DENVER (AP) – Watching a state trooper find weed in his car just four days before the NFL draft sent Shane Ray’s heart sinking and his stock plummeting. 854 more words

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Ball Envisions Regaining Broncos' Starting Running Back Job

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – Montee Ball is confident his current comeback will turn out just like the last one.

As a sophomore at Wisconsin in 2010, Ball leapfrogged John Clay and James White on an October afternoon at Iowa and scored the winning TD in the closing minutes of a 31-30 win. 866 more words


Go For Two: My thoughts on the Green Bay Packers 2015 schedule

A few days ago the NFL 2015 schedule came out. Yay! I love any and all information about the NFL. Well, save for the unending information that is coming out of the Philadelphia Eagles headquarters. 964 more words

Football Column

Denver Broncos' 2015 Schedule Looks Challenging

The NFL released the 2015 schedule this week and it’s looking like it will be a challenging year for the Denver Broncos.  With a new head coach, Gary Kubiak, there will surely be a period of adjustment while the team acclimates itself to his system. 778 more words