This is the February 26, 2013 news archive. View today's Broncos rumors and news.
Derek Wolfe's versatility won't keep Broncos from evaluating D-linemenUpdated Feb 26 Share Tweet
When the Broncos selected Derek Wolfe with the 36th pick of the 2012 draft, there is no question they saw him as a defensive tackle who could play defensive end in some situations.
CU Buffs' David Bakhtiari says he's ready to go to work in NFLUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetAs former Colorado offensive tackle David Bakhtiari stands on the doorstep to the NFL, he has a different perspective on the business of football.Share TweetLunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Adrian Dater fears for another media circus surrounding Dove Valley.Share TweetAs the combine workouts are being televised on NFL Network, many Broncos players are watching and using Twitter to share their observations. Below are some tweets about the combine. To follow all the Broncos on Twitter, click here. I think DB is the har…Source: denverbroncos.com
Bowling with BeadlesUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetBroncos Pro Bowl guard Zane Beadles and former Broncos longsnapper Lonie Paxton will co-host a bowling outing to benefit the Active Force Foundation and Zane Beadles Foundation. The event, which will take place at 3 p.m. MDT on April 25, 2013 at Celebri…Source: denverbroncos.com
Marcus Lattimore hoping to follow Willis McGahee's path with draftUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetThe Broncos and every other team in the league will have to put in a lot of time on Marcus Lattimore before making any decisions about the South Carolina running back.
Klis: Broncos remain haunted by "stumble" against RavensUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetNothing has worked.It has been six weeks and three days since Joe Flacco threw a 50-yard flyball that was so high, it twisted Rahim Moore into Bill Buckner by the time it came down.
2013 NFL combine -- Plenty learned at event done rightFeb 26We learned plenty at this year's combine, as usual, so the NFL shouldn't change a thing, writes John Clayton.
Sources: Holmgren, Raiders talk front office jobFeb 26The Oakland Raiders have been talking to former Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren about a leadership position within the organization, according to two sources.
Peter King: More on Tom Brady's amazing deal; mailFeb 26Picking up the pieces from the surprising three-year, $27 million Tom Brady contract extension:
Chadiha: Chiefs need Alex SmithFeb 26Alex Smith offers leadership and skill that the Chiefs simply can't afford to pass up.