With the bye week having served its purpose for the Denver Broncos, they returned to the practice field Monday with a healthy start to the week leading up to Sunday night’s game against the Green Bay Packers.
Longtime Broncos owner Pat Bowlen will be inducted into the team's Ring of Fame during halftime of Sunday's game, and many members of the 1997 Super Bowl team will be on hand for the ceremony.
The offensive line has been a big question since January with the eventual departure of four of the five starting men up front. Now, with two late additions and a shuffling of players due to injury, the line has shown progress and they are hoping it will soon pay off in the form of a breakout game for the entire unit.
How bad of a year is Peyton Manning having? It’s one thing to look at his numbers in isolation. It’s quite another to compare them to someone else’s.
It could be a November to remember for the Broncos. Quarterback Peyton Manning is poised to break the NFL’s career mark for passing yardage and may be playing his last game in Indianapolis. The Broncos also travel to Chicago to face former coach John Fox and have games against the undefeated Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots.
Long term, Denver Broncos left tackler Ty Sambrailo received a strong endorsement from head coach Gary Kubiak. In the short term, not so much.
A defense staring across the line of scrimmage at Aaron Rodgers already has more than enough problems on its collective hands. Just start with his next-level arm strength, top-tier mobility and uncanny accuracy on the move.
"Yeah hopefully I’ll pick something up for ya, I’ll show you a little sum-sum."
When we settle in to watch our beloved Broncos each week, one burning question always pops up: What kind of music do these guys listen to?
The Ring of Famer and 2015 Hall of Fame finalist reflects on what makes Denver special -- and how the 2015 Broncos might be cut from championship timber.
Here are three (non-Peyton) Broncos that need to step up.