This is the March 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Broncos rumors and news.
The Broncos will cut defensive end Elvis Dumervil on Friday if he doesn’t take a significant pay cut. Although all indications are that Dumervil isn’t willing to cut his pay by as much as the Broncos want, Denver front office boss John Elway says he wShare Tweet
Wes Welker met the Denver media Thursday and he made it clear he wanted the Broncos as much they wanted him. Asked what Denver’s John Elway pitched to him, Welker said: “I was probably the one pitching to him, trying to make this happen. Finally we weShare TweetThe Broncos are making a lot of noise in free agency with moves that included signing cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. But Rodgers-Cromartie has already been on a team that was lauded for its free agent signings, and he’d rather not relive that eShare TweetThis is a "where do we start?" type of story. Here's the news: Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter is facing felony charges after a Nevada casino accused him of cheating at a craps game, according to the Associated Press. According to the AP …Share TweetIn the brave new world that is the Broncos' offense with Peyton Manning at quarterback, the first player off their board in free agency wasn't a running back, wide receiver or a tight end. It was a guard. A really big guard.Share TweetALBANY, N.Y.-New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman urged the NFL on Thursday to investigate whether possible draft picks were improperly asked about their sexual orientation during the league's combine, which he said would be illegal in New York.Share TweetFor the most part, the Broncos are finished with phase one of free agency. Getting a newly restructured/reduced contract with pass-rushing defensive end Elvis Dumervil is their final piece of business.Share Tweet
Have N.F.L. Questions? Judy Battista Has Answersnytimes.com Mar 14, 2013Judy Battista, the N.F.L. reporter for The Times, will answer questions from readers.Share Tweet
Broncos may not be done in free agencyESPN.com Mar 14, 2013CBS Sports reports the Denver Broncos are still monitoring pass-rushers. The report mentions Dwight Freeney and Richard Seymour, who have been previously connected to Denver. The report adds Houston’s Connor Barwin to the mix. The free-agent market forShare Tweet
Will AFC West run on cornerbacks go on?ESPN.com Mar 14, 2013One of the more interesting storylines of this fast-moving free-agency period will be the cornerback market. The Broncos (Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie) and San Diego (Derek Cox) got things started late Wednesday night with signings. All four AFC West tea…Share Tweet
Leading Off: The Patriot Highwaynytimes.com Mar 14, 2013Wes Welker's departure comes as little surprise to anyone who has watched the Patriots treat players like disposable napkins through the Bill Belichick era.Share TweetTerrance Knighton is large, pleasant and self-deprecating. It's not often the imposing 6-foot-3, 335-pound Knighton is smothered by the shadow of a 5-8, 185-pound, nondescript-looking man.Share Tweet
Broncos Welcome Free Agents on Twitterdenverbroncos.com Mar 14, 2013After the news that the Broncos had agreed to terms and/or signed free agents Kevin Vickerson, Terrance Knighton, Wes Welker, Stewart Bradley and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on Wednesday, players took to Twitter to share their excitement: Congratulation…Share Tweet
NFL Cold Hard FactsMar 14Herm Edwards on the Patriots moving on from Wes Welker, what he brings to Denver and the addition of Danny Amendola in New England.
Wes Welker: I pitched myself to Denver BroncosMar 14Wes Welker talks about the hardest part of leaving the New England Patriots and also explains how he had to pitch himself to John Elway to become a Denver Bronco.
Are Broncos Super Bowl Favorites?Mar 14Herm Edwards, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss whether the addition of Wes Welker makes the Denver Broncos the Super Bowl favorites.
Boston Daily DownloadMar 14Cary Chow recaps the day in Boston sports which saw the Celtics defeat the Raptors and Wes Welker sign with Denver.