Broncos cornerback Chris Harris feels stronger, better than in 2012 - Denver Post
Chris Harris dragged himself out of bed during the offseason and hit the Allen (Texas) High School track most days at 5:30 a.m., alongside trainer Ronnie Braxton.
Broncos defense may be underrated, but looking to improve with Giants up next | First & Orange
Since Thursday, the Broncos defense has been the subject of more praise than it's warranted in weeks, but no one is letting it get to his head just yet.
Broncos News & Blogs
Wesley Woodyard, Champ Bailey, Omar Bolden not at Broncos practice - Denver Post
The Broncos opened up preparations for Sundays game against the New York Giants with a few players missing from practice on Monday morning.
TV Coverage Provides Jump on Giants Prep | DenverBroncos.com
A day off on Sunday meant Broncos players got a chance to catch their Week 2 opponent live on Sunday Night Football.
Tape Review Provides Learning Opportunity | DenverBroncos.com
After having the chance to watch the film from Thursday's 49-27 win, some things jumped out at the Broncos coaches and players.
Giants Week: Monday Practice Photos | DenverBroncos.com
The Broncos returned to the field to start practicing for this week's game at the New York Giants.
Von Miller penalty to include part of signing bonus from Broncos? - Denver Post
As if there weren't enough bizarre twists involving Von Miller's drug suspension, his case may now raise questions as to whether conditions of his private settlement with the league office usurp the existing provisions in the collective bargaining agreement.
Broncos' Ihenacho, Moreno weigh in on kids taking up tackle football - Denver Post
The desire of parents to have their sons play football is eternally strong, but I was fascinated Monday to hear at least one Bronco say he wouldn't want his son to play football, at least until high school age.
2013 Denver Broncos Schedule Revisited | Bronco Planet
As the opening week of the 2013 NFL Football season nears its completion and being as the Broncos have already emerged victorious, there’s nothing left to look at except the upcoming schedule.
Areas to Improve: Broncos Can't Get Off to Slow Start vs. Giants - Predominantly Orange
That was the resounding sentiment for the cynics after the Broncos’ blowout win in week one vs. the Baltimore Ravens, but for at least one half, it was a very close game and even nerve-wracking as the Broncos went into the locker room with a three-point deficit.
Broncos Make Big Statement on Opening Weekend - Predominantly Orange
It sure felt good to be in Broncos Country this weekend. After whipping the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night the Denver Broncos and their fans got to enjoy a stress free weekend while everyone else fought it out.
Fox, Broncos Start Giants Prep | DenverBroncos.com
Head Coach John Fox talks to the press after Monday's practice.
BTV Daily: Ready After Some R&R | DenverBroncos.com
Three games in 12 days can take a toll, and the Broncos are ready to look ahead towards New York after a weekend of rest.
Sounds From the Locker Room: Giant Challenge | DenverBroncos.com
Cornerback Chris Harris hopes his first trip to New York is a good one, as the Broncos face the Giants this Sunday.
AFC West Rival Roundup
Chargers vs Texans: Offensive Keys to Chargers Victory - Bolts From The Blue
Jerome Watson attempts to finds way for the Chargers Offense to somehow combat the Houston Texans Defensive Front.
Chiefs vs. Jaguars: The best and the worst - Arrowhead Pride
Schpladow! And with that, an NFL season opening kickoff careening off the goalpost via the right foot of Ryan Succop, a new season (and a new era) begins for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Jamaal Charles' injury is a quad contusion; 'He's OK,' Chiefs coach Andy Reid says - Arrowhead Pride
The Kansas City Chiefs are breathing a sigh of relief with the news that Jamaal Charles' injury doesn't appear to be serious. Following Sunday's game against the Jacksonville, both Charles and Andy Reid said Charles was OK.
Dennis Allen officially names QB Terrelle Pryor the Raiders starter moving forward - Silver And Black Pride
Dennis Allen was playing coy before week 1 about who he was going to start at quarterback. After Pryor's impressive performance against the Colts the mind games wont be needed anymore, we know who the starter is.
NFL News & Blogs
Anquan Boldin; David Wilson; Terrelle Pryor; Reggie Bush; NFL Week 1 thoughts | Peter King
While Baltimore’s wideouts struggled, the one it gave away quickly made himself at home in the Bay; plus my thoughts on a less-explosive-than-expected Week 1.
Bears, Seahawks, 49ers and Colts: Week 1 Keys to Victory | The MMQB with Peter King
You’ve seen the highlights and taken stock of your fantasy teams, but there’s more to digest. Here are the inner workings of four plays that determined who won and lost on Sunday.
Terrelle Pryor for MVP and other irrational reactions to Week 1 - SBNation.com
The first week of the 2013 NFL season isn't even over yet, but there's no reason for that to stop us from making some premature conclusions about things.
Fumblr, Week 1: Your quarterback is not elite - SBNation.com
Featured this week in the Internet's ONLY social media microblogging platform devoted to the NFL: elite quarterbacks, Manningface, barfing, beards, and the sublime artistry of Mark Sanchez.
Disarming the NFL's newest weapon - SBNation.com
Colin Kaepernick became the 49ers' starting quarterback in Week 10 of the 2012 season, forming a read option troika with Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III and NFC West compatriot Russell Wilson. The read option became integral to each team’s run to – and, in San Francisco’s case, run through – the playoffs, and consequently became the hottest topic in the NFL.
Tim Tebow offered deal by arena team owned by Kiss - NFL.com
Stupid job offers continue to pour in for Tim Tebow. The latest comes from the LA KISS, an Arena Football League team owned by, yep, the famous rock band. Don't say yes too fast, Tim.
5 up, 5 down for Sunday | National Football Post
No doubt, there was plenty of opportunity to second-guess the New England Patriots in the second half at Buffalo on Sunday. The Patriots were down, their offense was stagnant, Danny Amendola was hurt (again) and Wes Welker was sitting somewhere in Denver, three days removed from his two-touchdown performance.
Instant Analysis: Jets top Tampa Bay in week 1 | Football Perspective
Thirteen months ago, Tampa Bay head coach Greg Schiano said that he didn’t ever want to be the least penalized team in the league. I don’t think Sunday’s game was exactly what Schiano had in mind.
Start 'Em Sit 'Em Week 2: Best and Worst Plays at Every Position | Bleacher Report
There's no way Manning can stay as hot in Week 2 as he was against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, right?
Advanced NFL Stats: Saints Slip Up, Still Win
Sean Payton is back in the decision-maker chair for the Saints after his one-year sabbatical, and he is typically known as one of the more analytical coaches. The Saints pass more often than other teams, they go for it on fourth down more often, and even try the occasional surprise onside kick.
PFF Team of Week 1 | ProFootballFocus.com
He may have ended up losing, but he played like a winner. In a flashback to his glory years, Palmer showed everyone just exactly why the team coveted him. Others may have had flashier stats, but none combined accuracy down the field (14-of-20 on passes aimed over 20 yards) while coping under a torrent of pressure.
Week 1: Top 10 beast performances - NFL Videos
04:56 – Peyton Manning's seven touchdowns tops the list, but there are nine other players you need to be aware of as we count down the top 10 beast performances for Week 1.
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