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« Reply #345 on: January 12, 2013, 09:52:30 PM »

...and the Broncs suck anus.  That was a good game, but fortunately it went the way it should have.
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« Reply #346 on: January 18, 2013, 08:15:44 PM »

Greg Knapp goes from running Raiders offense to being Peyton Manning's right hand man with Broncos. Maybe 18 can show GK how to call plays
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« Reply #347 on: January 18, 2013, 08:29:33 PM »

Greg Knapp goes from running Raiders offense to being Peyton Manning's right hand man with Broncos. Maybe 18 can show GK how to call plays

If nobody can show GK how to call plays then it doesn't matter.

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« Reply #348 on: January 25, 2013, 12:38:31 AM »

John Elway: Tim Tebow could thrive in "right situation"

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KAPOLEI, Hawaii -- Is there a place in the NFL for Tim Tebow?

It's a question that will be asked often this offseason as the New York Jets look to find a trade partner (unlikely) for their quarterback or release him. It's a question John Elway was asked Thursday morning on WFAN radio.

"In the right situation, I think it's a possibility," the Denver Broncos executive said. "He's got to be in the right situation."

Elway did not elaborate past those statements (mostly because Boomer Esiason insisted on talking over him), but it's clear Elway understands the fine line he is walking when discussing the polarizing Tebow. He understands Tebow's rabid fan base when he says things like "I think Tim Tebow has a lot of fans. You know, and I had to take care of the Denver Broncos."

As if Elway still needs to explain that one. The Broncos' undisputed upgrade at quarterback with Peyton Manning during the last offseason should have laid that to rest.

"He's a good kid and he works his tail off," Elway said.

That's a deep pool of NFL prospects (good kid, works tail off), but it doesn't make you, necessarily, an NFL player. Some, like our own Gil Brandt, have suggested a position change would benefit Tebow at this point in his career.

We caught up with Demaryius Thomas at the Pro Bowl and asked him if there was a spot in the NFL for his former Broncos teammate.

"I think there is," said Thomas, who hooked up with Tebow on perhaps the greatest walk-off touchdown in NFL playoff history. Asked where Tebow might land, Thomas said, "I have no idea, but he's a great player."

Notice he did not say "quarterback." I picked up on this and pressed a little by asking if a position switch would be in Tebow's best interest and if the two had ever talked about this possibility since Tebow left Denver (Thomas says they remain friends and talk often by phone).

"We don't talk football," Thomas said. "I just talk to him as a friend."

It's a much softer tone than the one he displayed last April when Thomas was critical of Tebow's play at quarterback. Understandable at the time since Thomas was caught up in the Peyton Manning euphoria.

Understandable, too, is the reaction both he and Elway have had to the same question during the last two days. Good person, hard worker ... not quite sure about his NFL future.


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000130603/article/john-elway-tim-tebow-could-thrive-in-right-situation
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« Reply #349 on: March 12, 2013, 05:13:39 PM »

Son of a bitches.

"Broncos signed OG Louis Vasquez to a four-year, $23.5 million contract.
The deal includes $13M guaranteed. The Chargers claimed that retaining Vasquez was a priority, but they never proved it with a contract offer. San Diego let the second-best guard available hit the market and he signed with a division rival. A top-13 overall guard last season according to Pro Football Focus, the 6'5/335 Vasquez is especially effective as a pass blocker. He'll be as asset in the Broncos' quest to keep Peyton Manning upright. Mar 12 - 4:51 PM"

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5325/louis-vasquez
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« Reply #350 on: March 14, 2013, 01:50:04 PM »

these pricks have added 30m of salary so far in 2 days. They were at 112m before FA day hit so wtf gives the cap is 123m. They are at 142m or are they hiding cap somewhere.
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« Reply #351 on: March 15, 2013, 04:45:25 PM »

You will like this TIBS...just read it  Grin

http://www.thedenverchannel.com/sports/broncos/reports-broncos-elvis-dumervil-agrees-to-pay-cut-stays-a-team
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« Reply #352 on: March 30, 2013, 07:01:59 PM »

COMMENTARY | So the Denver Broncos will play the easiest 2013 schedule in National Football League.
It says so right here, straight from the NFL itself.
Don't believe it for a minute.
The formula the NFL uses to calculate a team's relative strength of schedule is as misleading as a Peyton Manning play-action pass.
In short, it's all based on this past season's records as the 2012 won-loss totals for each team's 16 scheduled regular-season opponents are simply added together. When it was all tabulated, the Broncos came out 32nd -- or dead last -- with their 2013 foes finishing a combined 110-146 (.430) in 2012.
After a quick glance at the schedule-strength rankings for the 2011-13 seasons, the Broncos' 2013 slate shapes up as the least imposing any NFL team will have faced over that span -- and you can credit the sorry state of the rest of 2012 AFC West for that as the San Diego Chargers (7-9), Oakland Raiders (4-12) and Kansas City Chiefs (2-14) finished a combined 13-35.
And, with the flawed schedule-strength formula, you double that combined record, giving the Broncos' foes a 26-70 (.271) rating for 38 percent of their 2013 itinerary.
Now, Manning and Co. still figure to be the class of the division again in 2013, but there's little reason to think the rest of the West will be as bad as the tackling dummies they were a year ago. Look no further than the off-season facelift well under way in K.C. with the Chiefs adding a new coach (Andy Reid) and quarterback (Alex Smith) and prepping to select first overall in the draft.
Aside from their six division contests, the Orange and Blue will host the Baltimore Ravens (10-6 in 2012), Tennessee Titans (6-10), Jacksonville Jaguars (2-14), Philadelphia Eagles (4-12) and Washington Redskins (10-6) while visiting the New England Patriots (12-4), Houston Texans (12-4), Indianapolis Colts (11-5), Dallas Cowboys (8-8) and New York Giants (9-7).
The dates and times for each contest will be announced soon -- reportedly April 16.
On the surface, the Broncos' slate certainly doesn't appear that imposing with only five games against 2012 playoff teams compared to seven contests against clubs which finished 6-10 or worse. But, again, that's assuming the NFL has existed in a vacuum since the Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, and will remain that way until the new season kicks off Sept. 5.
Ain't happening.
Not that it's breaking news or anything, but there aren't any vacuums when it comes to sports -- particularly pro sports.
To wit: The NFL has had at least four new teams - and an average of six - qualify for the playoffs in each of the past 10 seasons. Teams go from worst to first in their respective divisions -- surely you remember the 2010-11 Broncos -- and back again with unpredictable regularity.
In short, stability in today's NFL is hard to come by.
Take the Broncos' 2012 schedule as another example.
A year ago at this time, Denver's 2012 slate was judged to be the second-toughest in the league with their foes finishing a combined 139-117 (.543) in 2011.
But along came the 2012 season itself, and seven of the Broncos' 12 opponents actually wound up with worse records than their 2011 finishes - adding up to a combined 117-139 mark (.457) when all was said and done. In fact that "rugged" slate didn't exactly turn out to be so tough as the Broncos only faced two teams with winning records -- the 10-6 Cincinnati Bengals and the 10-6 Ravens -- over their final 11 regular-season games.
Denver, to its credit, took full advantage, finishing 13-3 and securing the top seed in the AFC.
In all, it was a five-game improvement over the franchise's 8-8 finish in 2011. So much for the second-nastiest schedule in the league.
And the Broncos weren't alone.
Three of the other five teams atop the 2012 "toughest" schedule rankings finished with better records than they did in 2011, and the fourth team in that group, the Ravens, did dip from 12-4 to 10-6 but just happened to wind up the season dancing with the Lombardi Trophy.
Conversely, four of the five teams judged to have the "easiest" 2012 schedules saw their win totals decrease or stay the same last season.
So still think the Broncos are a lock for a 14-2 or 15-1 finish thanks to the league's softest 2013 schedule?
Think again.
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« Reply #353 on: April 02, 2013, 10:54:58 PM »

Our division chumps...... err...... champs.
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« Reply #354 on: April 05, 2013, 02:34:29 PM »

The Denver Broncos aren't sitting still in the backfield.

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Jeff Legwold of The Denver Post reported Friday that the Broncos will "not keep status quo" at running back with both Knowshon Moreno and Willis McGahee on the rebound from injuries.

The team took "long looks" at Ahmad Bradshaw and Shonn Greene, according to Legwold. Greene signed last month with the Tennessee Titans, but Bradshaw is in a holding pattern as suitors, led by the Pittsburgh Steelers, wait to see how his latest foot surgery pans out. The 27-year-old former New York Giants runner has undergone three known operations on his right foot, along with procedures on his left foot and both ankles.

Still, a healthy Bradshaw would give the Broncos a pounding, aggressive back to pair alongside Ronnie Hillman and whoever else sticks around. Moreno is coming off stem-cell treatment on his knee and the 32-year-old McGahee is healing from a season-ending knee injury. McGahee is scheduled to make $2.5 million this season and looms as a candidate for release.

One way or another, the Broncos "will almost certainly" grab another back in the draft, according to Legwold, while Bradshaw remains on the radar.


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000157696/article/ahmad-bradshaw-might-be-on-denver-broncos-radar
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« Reply #355 on: April 06, 2013, 11:57:20 PM »

Denver Broncos

UFA: DT Justin Bannan (11), LB Keith Brooking (15), OL Ryan Clady (5) (franchised), OL Dan Koppen (10), S Jim Leonhard (Cool, WR Brandon Stokley (13), DT Ty Warren (10), WR Matt Willis (4).

RFA: RB Lance Ball (3), OL Chris Clark (3), P Britton Colquitt (3), RB Chris Gronkowski (3).

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Key arrivals: Ex-Cardinals CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, March 13 (one year, $5 million); Ex-Jaguars DT Terrance Knighton, March 13 (two years); Ex-Patriots WR Wes Welker, March 13 (two years, $12 million); Ex-Cardinals LB Stewart Bradley, March 13 (one year); Signed ex-Chargers OG Louis Vasquez, March 12 (four years, $23.5 million with a $5 million signing bonus).

Key departures: CB Tracy Porter, April 2 (to Raiders); Released DE Elvis Dumervil, March 15; DE Jason Hunter, March 13 (signed with Raiders); Released LB D.J. Williams, QB Caleb Hanie, March 11.

Key re-signings: Re-signed DT Kevin Vickerson, March 12 (two years); Re-signed S David Bruton, March 11 (three years).
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« Reply #356 on: April 08, 2013, 10:58:33 PM »

Broncos reserve running back Lance Ball signed his one-year tender offer from the club on Monday, the team said.

Ball rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown on 42 carries and added seven catches for 61 yards and a score in 2012 for Denver. The Broncos held the right to match any offer to Ball, who was a restricted free agent.

The 27-year-old Ball has spent the previous three seasons on the Broncos’ active roster as one of Denver’s backup tailbacks. He has rushed for 801 regular-season yards since entering the NFL in 2008.

With the draft a little more than two weeks away, Willis McGahee, Knowshon Moreno, Ronnie Hillman and Ball are the top four options at tailback for Denver. Veteran NFL writer Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post recently suggested the team is likely to add another runner.
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« Reply #357 on: April 10, 2013, 01:15:34 PM »

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"I'd say there's a 33 percent chance the Broncos will draft a running back in the first round," writes The Denver Post's Mike Klis, who considers the position to be one of the top three needs for Denver.

Gray Caldwell of DenverBroncos.com takes a look at five of the top draft prospects at the inside and outside linebacker positions.
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« Reply #358 on: April 10, 2013, 10:01:50 PM »

Are Broncos one running back away from an unstoppable offense?

The Denver Broncos' signing of Wes Welker represented a seismic moment in the AFC arms race.

Draft questions

With the 2013 NFL Draft only weeks away, Around the League will examine one big question facing all 32 teams.

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Rahim Moore tragedies aside, the Broncos already might have been the conference's cream of the crop entering the 2013 season. John Elway's move to join Welker with Peyton Manning was a stroke of genius.

Manning now leads an offense with a trio of receivers in Welker, Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker who beat any combo in football. The decision to use the franchise tag on offensive tackle Ryan Clady keeps the line fortified, while the combination of Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme are more than serviceable at tight end.

The one question mark is the backfield. The Broncos have depth at running back in Knowshon Moreno and Ronnie Hillman, but they lack the thumper who can serve as the bell cow. It's hard to trust Willis McGahee, who's turning 32 and is coming off a broken leg.

The current trend in the NFL is waiting until deeper in the draft before finding a running back, which gives the Broncos an added advantage. They can use their first pick to shore up their secondary or defensive line, then grab that workhorse back with their second pick.

Alabama star Eddie Lacy makes almost too much sense. Given Elway's track record in recent years, we expect him to get this right.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000158902/article/nfl-draft-questions-denver-broncos-looking-for-rb
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« Reply #359 on: April 11, 2013, 12:37:54 AM »

I called my shot already.

I think the donks represent the AFC this year.
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