This is the October 2, 2012 news archive. View today's Broncos rumors and news.
Elway Access: Week 4On Tuesday, Broncos TV’s Chris Hall and Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway discussed the Broncos’ 37-6 win over Oakland Sunday and the upcoming trip to New England on the fourth episode of Elway Access. The Broncos broke open aShare TweetOn Tuesday, the Broncos made a handful of changes to the practice squad. Offensive lineman Adam Grant was dropped from the squad. Added were linebacker Mike Mohamed - who was waived from the active roster on Monday - offensive lineman Darrion Weems anShare Tweet
Drive for Life XV a SuccessThrough one community event, thousands of lives were saved on Tuesday. The 15th annual Drive for Life - a partnership between the Broncos and Bonfils Blood Center - was held at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and dozens of Broncos players, alumniShare Tweet
Richard Seymour: Raider, finder of silver liningsprofootballtalk.com Oct 2, 2012The Raiders have given up 22, 35, 31 and 37 points in each of their four games, only one of which they won. That’s an average of 31.2 per game, 28th in the league. But Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour wasn’t discouraged by what he saw when he watShare TweetHe’s the new Broncos center because of an injury, but Dan Koppen now has the distinction of snapping to two of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game. He’s giving it to Peyton Manning now, and will see his old quarterback Tom Brady this weekend iShare Tweet
Manning, McGahee Nominated for AwardsA pair of Broncos are up for weekly awards following Denver’s 37-6 victory vs. Oakland in Week 4. Quarterback Peyton Manning is nominated for the FedEx Air Player of the Week and running back Willis McGahee is nominated for the FedEx Ground Player of thShare Tweet
Tuesday Morning QB: Broncos' Peyton Manning nears Tom Brady territoryAs the NFL gets ready for Brady-Manning XII, guess who had the top two passer ratings in Week 4 until Jay Cutler went off on Monday night?Share TweetJoe Mays is back.None the richer, but Mays is back as the Broncos' starting middle linebacker.Share Tweet
Denver Broncos eyeing ... the New England PatriotsThe Patriots' offense, led by Tom Brady, is racking up more yards than any other team in the league at 438.3 yards per game.Share Tweet
Inside the game: Broncos offense has to be on point in coming weeksFifty-year wins are nice, and that's what the Broncos constructed Sunday in their biggest blowout of the Raiders since 1962.Share Tweet