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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 7/8/13

No blogs or news agencies out there are pumping out Denver Broncos talk and analysis like Mile High Report baby! In fact, here is the last day and half of Broncos wholesomeness compared to the rest in today's tracks. #winning #self-congrats :)

Denver Broncos Countdown to Kickoff: 60 Days - Mile High Report
How many people remember that the Broncos started their existence with a 4-2-0 record in 1960? Welcome to the First Year Ever Edition.

Broncos ran "pistol" against Ravens in playoffs - Mile High Report
Remember back in OTA's when blogger Jon Heath caught the Broncos running a play from the pistol formation?

Broncos have four of the top five players in the division, according to ESPN - Mile High Report
We're exiting the lull of post-minicamp season and entering the pointless pleasure of season preview, err, season.

Lionel Taylor Becomes First Pro Football Receiver to Catch 100 Passes in a Single Season (1961) - Mile High Report
When Pat Bowlen became the majority owner of the Denver Broncos in 1984, one of his first major acts was the creation of the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame at Mile High Stadium in honor of great players who had worn the Orange and Blue.

Nate Irving: Road to Redemption? - Mile High Report
I think as fans sometimes we forget what certain players have gone through just to make it this far.

Did the Denver Broncos improve in 2013? Inside linebacker edition - Mile High Report
We continue our series comparing 2013 and 2012 with a look at one of the most fluid positions on the roster, inside linebacker.

2013 Denver Broncos Training Camp Preview: Inside Linebackers - Mile High Report
Day two of our 2013 Denver Broncos training camp preview series with some depth at Denver's young inside linebackers.

Denver Broncos Countdown to Kickoff: 61 Days - Mile High Report
The silver lining in a 3-11 season? Broncos score a comeback victory against the Silver and Black at home in Bears Stadium.

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Retired Cheerleader Chelsie |
A photo compilation of retired Denver Broncos Cheerleader Chelsie from her time with the squad.

Ryan Clady, Broncos brass resuming NFL contract talks - The Denver Post
Ryan Clady has proven to be as tough at the bargaining table as he is on pass rushers.

The Broncos are headed to Super Bowl glory - The Denver Post
Super season forecasted. I dont think theres any true threat to the Broncos in the AFC other than themselves and their conservative coaching.

Allen's Top 10 Fantasy Wide Receiver | Fanspeak Fantasy Football
Known around the Denver area as "Bey Bey," Thomas comes in at number four. This physical imposing WR is sure to be around for quite some time. Bey Bey is a 6-foot-3 inch, 235 specimen who runs a sub 4.4 40 and is extremely physical a the line of scrimmage and the back of end zones. Throw in a Hall of Fame quarterback in Peyton Manning and just watch the show. The Broncos added a key addition in Wes Welker, the ultimate slot WR. Thomas should have a more productive year, although there could be a slight drop off in production and targets because of Welker. Nonetheless, Thomas is a top five selection no matter what.

Allen's Top 10 Quarterback Rankings | Fanspeak Fantasy Football
Manning proved he is one of the greatest the game has seen. Coming off multiple neck surgeries, Manning threw for 4,659 yards and 37 TDs, his second best season of his career. Manning is a professional master mind behind center, deciphering defensive schemes with ease. With the newest addition of Wes Welker to an already serviceable core of WRs of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, Manning has another weapon to kill the defense with.

Denver Broncos: Broncos' Offense Will Be Unstoppable | Bleacher Report
The Denver Broncos ranked second in the NFL during the 2012 season in points scored at just a shade over 30 points per game (30.1).

NFL News & Blogs

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
More than any of the free agents or draft choices the Dallas Cowboy added in the spring, the team’s most notable offseason acquisition was almost certainly the hiring of venerable defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, who at age 73 returns to the NFL after a four-season hiatus from the league.

2013 NFL Preview: Could Bills, Jets or Dolphins Topple Patriots? |
Training camps are getting closer to opening. The NFL preseason is about 30 days away.

After four years, Matthew Stafford’s mechanics still an issue | ProFootballTalk
It's been four years since the Lions selected quarterback Matthew Stafford with the first overall pick in the NFL draft. And there are still bad habits Stafford needs to break.

Seahawks have some fun with "Fail Mary" replacement ref | ProFootballTalk
In an event that Seahawks fans will find a lot more amusing than Packers fans, the replacement official who awarded Seattle a game-winning touchdown with no time left in a Week Three game against Green Bay spent some time with the Seahawks today.

Trent Richardson remains on schedule for training camp | ProFootballTalk
A month ago, Browns running back Trent Richardson was denying a report that a leg injury would keep him out of the start of training camp. From all indications, Richardson is still on pace to achieve his optimistic goal of being ready to go when the Browns report.

Report: Hernandez failed no drug tests with Patriots | ProFootballTalk
Regardless of whether Aaron Hernandez failed one drug test or six drug tests or something in between during his time at Florida, Hernandez reportedly failed no drug tests during his NFL career.

Alfred Morris was a "lost little puppy" last year | ProFootballTalk
Redskins running back Alfred Morris was one of the more surprising rookie success stories in 2012 as he went from a sixth-round pick to the second-most rushing yards in the league while helping his team to the playoffs.

Joe Schmidt thinks the Lions have to learn how to win | ProFootballTalk
The Detroit Lions are in a paradox: In order to win, they need to know how to win. But they won't know how to win until they've experienced winning. That's the view of one former Lion who won a lot during his Hall of Fame career: Joe Schmidt, who was on the Lions' NFL championship teams in 1953 a...

Gun charges provide strong fallback in Hernandez prosecution | ProFootballTalk
Constitutional protections premised on the idea that it's better for 10 guilty men to go free than one innocent man to be imprisoned mean that Aaron Hernandez could be acquitted of murdering Odin Lloyd., if his high-priced defense lawyers can conjure "reasonable doubt" in the minds of the jurors.

Kerrigan optimistic about D.C. defense | ProFootballTalk
With so much focus on the question of whether Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will get, and stay, healthy, it's easy to forget about the other side of the ball. That could be harder to do once the games start.

Pat White willing to play other positions to stay with Redskins | ProFootballTalk
As Pat White prepared to enter the NFL more than four years ago, he resisted the notion of moving to a position other than quarterback. Now that he's back in the league after a three-season absence, White is willing to do what it takes to stick.

Rams to become free agents in two seasons, but where will they go? | ProFootballTalk
With 31 NFL stadiums and the useful life of each one in the range of 20 to 30 years, it's safe to say that at any given moment at least one NFL team will be jockeying for a new venue. Most of them do their jockeying atop a horse named Taxpayer's Money.

Today’s politicians could finish what Nixon started in 1972 | ProFootballTalk
At a time when some politicians want to end blackouts for any stadiums built or maintained with public money, Brian Murphy of the St. Paul Pioneer-Press looks back more than 40 years, at a time when all games, sold out or not, were still blacked out in the local market, and when the U.S.