SOURCES: Broncos looking to restructure Elvis Dumervil's contract. They want him back, but for less money.
"James H. "Jim" Driver, 78, of Eagle, Colo., formerly of Columbia, passed away Monday, March 19, 2012, at South Hampton Place in Columbia after a brief illness. An avid Broncos fan, he abhorred Manning and evidently wanted out before a deal was done."
"Don't be a crybaby" -- Bill Romanowski, criticizing Kyle Orton's comments on Courtland Finnegan and the Titans.
In addition, Romanowski referred to the Broncos offense as "dink and dunk," and noted that not many Broncos are willing to go to that "dark place" necessary to play inspired defense.
Denver, however, comes in with the NFL's No. 2 pass defense, the NFL's sacks leader in Elvis Dumervil, and a secondary full of Pro Bowl defensive backs.
"It's hard to imagine a secondary I've ever played against that has this much experience between [Champ] Bailey and Ty Law and [Brian] Dawkins, even [Renaldo] Hill and [Andre'] Goodman have been around a long time," Manning said. "They are stingy against the pass, don't give up many points and it will be tough to move the ball against them."
Manning has solved those problems before, which is why the Colts are on the cusp of breaking New England's record.