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Sunday was a bad day for left tackles. Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady? Out with a foot sprain. Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung? Out with turf toe. Texans left tackle Duane Brown? Possibly out with turf toe, too. Brown, who missed only a handful of pl…Share Tweet
A few more thoughts about our Broncos.broncosgab.com Sep 17, 2013They scored back to back 40+ scores for the 1st time since 1976 when the scored 40+ against the Browns and Jets.And our defense is 1st in the NFL in run defense, allowing 40.5 per game. And our special teams have been doing a great job too. They are Bru…Share Tweet
Our Bronco Defense.: The whole defense has been putting the heat on op…broncosgab.com Sep 17, 2013The whole defense has been putting the heat on opposing QB’s.Only Irving who rushed once failed to get a pressure! The Broncos played 2! players on defense, rushed 16 and as I mentioned above, only one didn’t get a pressure. I love our defense so far. T…Share TweetOn Monday, we reported that Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady could miss at least a few weeks with a Lisfranc sprain. Those few weeks could be at least eight. Per a league source, the Broncos are still evaluating their options for Clady. Those options incl…Share Tweet
Broncos Rewind -- OffenseENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Broncos passed a big early-season road test against the Giants and after a long look at the video from Sunday’s win, here are some thoughts on the Denver Broncos offense: In the archives it will simply be a 12-yard pass on first …Share TweetCNNSI.com Sep 17, 2013He is the only man having already made the same trip down memory lane that Andy Reid faces this week in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia, and somewhat predictably, he predicted cheers will greet his fellow former Eagles coach Thursday night a…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Sep 17, 2013The Giants have lost their first two games of the season, something that many would attribute to their offense turning the ball over 10 times against the Cowboys and Broncos. Safety Antrel Rolle doesn’t think a firm grasp on the ball is the only thing m…Share Tweet
Broncos Rookie Report: DefenseENGLEWOOD, Colo. – The Denver Broncos' first-year class is seeing just how tough it can be to carve out a role with one of the league’s heavyweights. The snaps are hard to come by, and they have to be earned with consistency. With that in mind, here’s t…Share Tweet
Broncos Rookie Report: OffenseENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Broncos first-year class is seeing just how tough it can be to carve out a role on one of the league’s heavyweights. The snaps are hard to come by and they have to be earned with consistency. With that in mind, here’s the rookie …Share Tweet
Broncos safety Duke Ihenacho says he will play vs. Oakland Raidersdenverpost.com Sep 17, 2013Broncos safety Duke Ihenacho, who injured his right ankle Sunday, tweeted from his account @Nacholyfe on Monday: "Ankle is fine everyone. I'm definitely playing on MNF!"Share Tweetdenverpost.com Sep 17, 2013Around town, the Broncos are talked about like they're Dolphins be it the 1972 Dolphins or that catch you reeled in that grows into one after 10 tellings.Share Tweet
Week 2: LaDainian Tomlinson's top 5 RBsSep 17Which five running backs impressed LaDainian Tomlinson with their play in Week 2? Check out which surprising name made the cut.
NFL Nation Buzz: BroncosSep 17ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold talks about the injury to Ryan Clady at what it means for the Broncos' offense.
NFL -- NFC East no longer a beast - John Clayton mailbagSep 17John Clayton's mailbag: The NFC East has gotten beat up early, and its struggles were easy to foresee.
Don Banks: Andy Reid's return to Philadelphia a historic trip back in timeSep 17He is the only man having already made the same trip down memory lane that Andy Reid faces this week in his much-anticipated return to Philadelphia, and somewhat predictably, he predicted cheers will greet his fellow former Eagles coach Thursday night a…
Don't Be Fooled: The Future of Offense Is SimplicitySep 17Stanford’s Kevin Hogan gets the offense set against Army. - (Frank DiBrango/Icon SMI) WEST POINT, N.Y. — The future of offensive football doesn’t have to be no-huddle, and it doesn’t have to be breakneck. It just has to be varied, and it has to put thou…