After passing a physical, quarterback Peyton Manning will be returning to the Denver Broncos for the 2015 season
All signs point to Peyton Manning staying with the Denver Broncos, but not without a pay cut. According to a report by Chris Mortensen and Jeff Legwold of ESPN, the five-time NFL MVP will take a $4 million pay
Come March 10, Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas is expected to become a free agent. He has had two successful seasons in Denver but is going to be pursued by the Jacksonville Jaguars
Veteran quarterback Peyton Manning met with Broncos general manager John Elway and CEO Joe Ellis Thursday to discuss whether or not he will continue playing in the league.
NFL: SHOULD DENVER BRING BACK PEYTON MANNING? Peyton Manning wants to return for his 18th season in 2015, but the Denver Broncos are unsure if they want to bring back the 5-time MVP winner. Report: Peyton Manning preparing to
Best One-Hit Wonders of the Super Bowl “I Will Survive”, “Who Let the Dogs Out”, and “The Macarena”. These are all examples of musical hits from pop culture history. Try as they might, the original artists of these songs
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hasn't made up his mind whether or not he'll be back as a player next year but he thinks he'll have a decision sooner rather than later.
The Chicago Bears have hired yet another former member of the Denver Broncos coaching staff to help their offense out next season in Bo Hardegree.
There are 45 running backs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but Terrell Davis isn't one of them and maybe should be considering what he's accomplished.
Underdogs can shine on NFL’s brightest stage According to Scoresandodds.com, this year’s Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots is a pick ‘em game. In other words, both teams have an equal chance to win. Not