Good Morning, Broncos fans! We've all heard/read countless accounts from former players about the head injuries they suffered during their careers, and their long term effects.
Several Denver legends, including Floyd Little, Randy Gradishar, Karl Mecklenburg, Dennis Smith, and Craig Morton have sued the league over concussions.
Shane Dronett was found to have had CTE when he took his own life, at age 38.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! Time and again in 2012, there was debate over how long it would take for Peyton Manning and his new teammates to get well enough acquainted to thrive on the field.
That same question is asked each year of new additions, whether via free agency or the draft.
Thanks to the WSJ, we now know that golf may be the key.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! There's another new mini-controversy involving the Patriots and allegations of cheating.
Greg Bedard's profile of new
Bills Browns head coach and former Jets DC Mike Pettine included a passing mention that the Pats had a copy of Rex Ryan's defensive playbook.
Well, it's a passing mention, aside from the embiggened quote from Pettine, and Bedard's allusion to it within his intro to the piece.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! As has become his practice, John Fox cut the team's final minicamp short by a day.
Players were dismissed after Wednesday's practice, and are due to report for training camp on July 23.
Interestingly, Mike Klis says linebacker Brandon Marshall was among the standouts of OTAs.
Good Afternoon, Broncos fans! The blatantly racist name of the Washington franchise was dealt a setback on Wednesday morning.
The U.S. Patent Office has ruled to cancel federal trademark protection of the "disparaging" name.
This is the second instance of such a finding, although the similar 1999 ruling was overturned on a technicality.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Monday marked the media's last chance to see players on the field during OTAs.
T.J. Ward was limited by a tight hamstring, while David Bruton was excused from practice.
To Andrew Mason's eyes, Monday was Brock Osweiler's best practice as a Bronco.
He also praises the work of Jacob Tamme, Lerentee McCray, Bradley Roby, Winston Justice, and Quant Smith.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! The team will begin its third and final OTA session today (to go along with the two minicamps).
These full-squad workouts are scheduled to run through Thursday, before a monthlong break until training camp opens on July 24.
We appreciate the orange-colored reports of how everyone's in TBSOHL and playing well, but let's hope more than anything that the team can avoid serious injury this week.
Good Morning, Broncos fans, and Happy Father's Day!
In her latest column, Ashley Fox rails against the NFL's proposal to move back the line of scrimmage for point after tries.
While we agree it's a poor idea, we disagree with her reasoning and desire to maintain the status quo.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It's been a very busy 24 hours as far as veteran defensive backs go.
Kansas City released disgruntled corner Brandon Flowers, who had been holding out of the team's OTAs.
The move frees up $7.5M in each of the next two seasons, while leaving $3M in dead money this year, and $4M in 2015.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Let's open with some key points from Mike Tanier's review of Denver's offseason: