Good Morning, Broncos fans! All of the talk recently has rightly been about Peyton Manning. But what about his backup?
In his latest mailbag, Mike Klis says he can't see Brock Osweiler signing a second contract if Manning plays out his own deal, which runs through 2016.
Brock is signed through 2015, and has attempted all of 21 passes in his 2.4 seasons.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Pittsburgh (4-3) used a wild three-touchdown flurry before halftime to take down Houston (3-4) on MNF.
Houston went up 13-0 halfway through the second quarter, and Pittsburgh kicked a field goal with 3:08 remaining before half.
From there, all hell broke loose, at least from Houston's perspective.
Since the moment he signed in Denver, it's been all about Peyton Manning, and that's true today more than ever.
On Sunday night, Peyton broke one of the greatest individual records in sports, and showed that whenever he retires, he's likely to have reset the bar in another stratosphere.
This is, naturally, as fine a time as any to celebrate Manning's illustrious career, even while he shows no signs of slowing down.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The Percy Harvin trade remains front and center on this Sunday.
Incredibly, the conditional 2015 pick the Jets will send to Seattle tops out at a fourth-rounder.
It had first been reported by John Clayton that the pick could be as high as a second-rounder.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The apparent reasons behind Seattle's trade of Percy Harvin continue to emerge:
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! The Jets (1-6) nearly knocked off New England (5-2) on Thursday night, but for a blocked 58-yard field goal attempt at the gun.
New Jersey pounded out 28 first downs, 218 rushing yards, 80 offensive plays, and held the ball for 40:54 of turnover-free football, but it wasn't quite enough, as the Pats emerged with a 27-25 win.
Mind you, these were the same Jets whom Denver held to 31 rushing yards on 15 carries just five days ago.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! By now, we all understand that concussions are no small matter.
Right, professional head football coach Marvin Lewis?
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The people have spoken, and they think the Broncos are the bestest.
Unfortunately, these people to whom we refer are sportswriters and bandwagon fans, so there's that.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! If you only watched the first quarter of Monday's game, you might have come away thinking the Broncos face an easy task on Sunday night.
The Rams (1-4) and Austin Davis jumped out to a 14-0 first-quarter lead, but it was mostly Niners from there on out.
Colin Kaepernick threw three touchdown passes and piled up 380 yards of sack- and turnover-free yardage, and San Francisco (4-2) emerged with a 31-17 road win.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Yes, Ronnie Hillman did look pretty good on Sunday.
It's great that he hit the 100-yard mark in his first career start, and that it went a long way to helping Denver win.
There was still that fumble.