Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 7/24/13

Doug Pensinger

Just like a kid on Christmas eve feels the excitement and buildup of a holiday season long drawn out, us football fans yearn for the return of football after a very eventful and painfully drawn out offseason. We're just one day away! Our man Kyle Montgomery is making his yearly trek back to Colorado and will be providing us with fantastic Training Camp coverage--stay tuned MHR!!!

Denver Broncos News and Blogs

Denver Broncos Training Camp Schedule -

Planning on going to camp? Check out this schedule of practice dates and times.

Horse Whisperings- A Tuesday Afternoon Broncos Solution | Bronco Planet

Broncos offensive schemes through the years - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Ted looks at the offensive schemes that the Broncos have used over the years

Joe Mays released by Denver Broncos - The Denver Post
In a move expected because of financial considerations, the Broncos released former starting middle linebacker Joe Mays on Tuesday.

Broncos ready to put trying offseason behind them in training camp - The Denver Post
Often the opening of NFL training camp is met with a certain amount of dread. Not with the Broncos, as they congregate for physicals between 10 a.m. and noon Wednesday.

One Man Doesn't Make a Team! - Mile High Report
Von, we love you bro, but what the hell is wrong with you? It all started with a fax machine blunder. Wishy washy and flip flopping like a teenager, Elvis Dumervil finally made up his mind that...

Position Preview: Running Backs
View images of the Broncos' running backs.

Von Miller

Should NFL care if Broncos star Von Miller smokes marijuana?
Pending the result of his appeal, Broncos linebacker Von Miller is facing a four-game suspension for recreational drug use. Why should the NFL care?

Broncos would need plenty of options to overcome Von Miller's absence - The Denver Post
Ask Broncos coach John Fox about any injury, trouble or twist of fate that befalls a player and

Kiszla: Von Miller, Ryan Braun both used drugs, but don't compare them - The Denver Post
The verdict is in from the court of public opinion: Broncos linebacker Von Miller and Milwaukee slugger Ryan Braun are drug users.

NFL News and Blogs

NFL, players' union to have key HGH testing talks Wednesday -
The NFL and NFL Players Association will stage an important negotiating session Wednesday in Washington, D.C., to continue their work toward an agreement to implement testing for human growth hormone, according to a source apprised of the meeting.

Raiders suddenly need help at linebacker and it just so happens... - Silver And Black Pride
... there's a middle linebacker who was released today who would fit nicely in the Raiders now woefully thin middle linebacker spot.

Two Raiders released on the eve of training camp report day - Silver And Black Pride
Backup MLB Travis Goethel and defensive back/return man Coye Francies released.

Sanders Commings injury: Fractured left clavicle for KC Chiefs safety - Arrowhead Pride
On the first day of practice the KC Chiefs had an injury. And it's not a good one for rookie Sanders Commings.

Peyton Hillis, Buccaneers strike one-year contract -
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers struck a deal with free-agent running back Peyton Hillis, who provides depth behind Doug Martin. How much does Hillis has left in his tank?

‘I Have Moved On’ | The MMQB with Peter King
PETER KING: What’s your reaction to Aaron Hernandez’s being arrested and cut from the team, and how will his absence affect your offense? TOM BRADY: I’ve seen a lot of things over 13 years, and what I have learned is that mental toughness and putting aside personal agendas for what’s in t...

The 1980s Chicago Bears And The Greatest Pass Rush In NFL History
The 1985 Bears are rightly regarded as one of the best single-season teams in NFL history. But for nearly an entire decade, Mike Ditka and Buddy Ryan's Chicago Bears fielded the most fearsome and productive pass rush in NFL history.

The Shutdown Countdown: Chicago Bears look to solve old problems with new math | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: It was probably the oddest firing of an NFL head coach since A.J. Smith canned Marty Schottenheimer after Martyball led the San Diego Chargers to a 14-2 record in the 2006 season. When the Chicago Bears let Lovie Smith go … Continue reading →

Colin Kaepernick: Packers' huddle argued in playoffs -
Colin Kaepernick rarely reveals too much about himself, but he recently opened up. Find out what Kaepernick had to say about the San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl loss and when he knew the Green Bay Packers' defense was finished.

Tom Brady on Aaron Hernandez: 'I have moved on' -
Tom Brady has been silent on the topic of Aaron Hernandez since his former teammate was arrested and charged with murder -- until now. What did the New England Patriots QB have to say on the matter?

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