This is the January 10, 2013 news archive. View today's Broncos rumors and news.
Denver Broncos know Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta is tough to coverDennis Pitta is enjoying the kind of year others might envy with career highs in catches and receiving yards and a shared Ravens franchise record for touchdowns by a tight end. And it's the kind of year he said he envisioned in the preseason.Share TweetDenver Broncos backup cornerback Tracy Porter (concussion) was its only player who didn’t practice Thursday. The team must disclose its injury report Friday. Barring a change, I expect Porter to be ruled out with everyone else on the roster ready to plaShare TweetBaltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos Saturday, January 12, 4:30 p.m. ET Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, Denver, Colo. Both divisional playoff games in the AFC feature rematches of December blowouts. In Week 15, the Broncos went into Baltimore…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 10, 2013Linebacker Terrell Suggs and the rest of the Ravens head to Denver this weekend for a date with the Broncos, which makes his visit to Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network a good time to preview that contest. Erik Kuselias will talk to Suggs about wha…Share Tweet
Clady, Manning and Miller Named PFWA All-Prosdenverbroncos.com Jan 10, 2013Another round of postseason accolades were awarded to the Broncos on Thursday with Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America naming tackle Ryan Clady, quarterback Peyton Manning and linebacker Von Miller to its All-Pro team. Denver’sShare Tweet
Players oppose possible elimination of kickoffsDENVER (AP) The eight teams left in the NFL playoffs can thank their special teams for a good part of their success. That's one reason players are still upset Commissioner Roger Goodell has floated the idea of abolishing kickoffs altogether.Share Tweet
Broncos pair has the best nickname in the playoffsyahoo.com Jan 10, 2013What a difference a year makes for Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker. The Denver Broncos' two most productive receivers have significantly upped their yardage since last year's Tim Tebow-led season. They are preparing to play in the divisional round of t…Share Tweet
Broncos-Ravens: Three guys to watchESPN.com Jan 10, 2013The following is three Denver players to watch in Saturday’s divisional playoff game against Baltimore: Chris Harris, cornerback: Harris played a major role in Denver’s 34-17 win at Baltimore last month. He will be a focal point of the game plan thisShare Tweet
Kiszla: Ravens not exactly on cloud nine against Broncos QBPeyton Manning has the Baltimore Ravens' number. And the number is nine. Nine straight times, Manning has beaten Baltimore.Share Tweet
Going On A Run?: The Pats have lived and died on the pass, but it …The Pats have lived and died on the pass, but it hasn't gotten them far lately. That might change with a dedication to the run unseen since their last Super Bowl, Ben Reiter says.Share Tweet
Catch Me If You Can: Just when you think you have him ... nope. One Aa…Just when you think you have him ... nope. One Aaron Rodgers trait could make the difference in the game of the weekend, Peter King writes as he picks divisional round winners.Share TweetPeter King: NFL Playoffs Divisional Round PicksShare Tweet
Denver Broncos' Mike McCoy focused only on the job he has nowMike McCoy didn't necessarily wow the Chicago Bears with what he knew about their special-teams return schemes, or the Arizona Cardinals with his familiarity of their protection schemes, or the Philadelphia Eagles about their defensive fronts.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 10, 2013When Tim Tebow was traded to the Jets from the Broncos before the 2012 season, Broncos exec John Elway said that Tebow was involved in the process that sent him to New York rather than Jacksonville. Unless Tebow hoped to be used as a symbol for larger J…Share Tweet
Playoff games a boon for Denver; ski resorts hoping images spur visitsWhen the football nation turns its eyes toward Denver on Saturday for the Broncos playoff game, the state's ski and tourism boosters will make sure Colorado is looking her best.Share Tweet
Broncos' Chris Harris hopes for a repeat performance against RavensOf all the outstanding numbers the Broncos' defense put up this season - for sacks, tackles for a loss, interceptions and touchdowns - there is another that is perhaps more difficult to accomplish: zero receptions.Share Tweet
Defending the Top QuarterbacksJan 10The four top quarterbacks on Ron Jaworski's big board are playing this weekend, and he has some advice for the defenses trying to stop them.
Best Chance To Win RematchJan 10Tedy Bruschi and Herm Edwards discuss which team has the best chance to win a rematch in the playoffs.