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» Saturday - 9-5-15 53-Man Roster Presser

Sep 04, 2015 - 8:04 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Mike Klis ‏@MikeKlis 1h

Broncos call 53-man roster presser with John Elway/Gary Kubiak 1 pm Saturday -- hour before roster-setting deadline. #9News #9sports
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» Alert: Broncos and Cowboys discussing a deal for Montee Ball.

Sep 04, 2015 - 2:03 PM - by Magnificent Seven
Vic Lombardi ‏@VicLombardi 32m32 minutes ago
Broncos and Cowboys discussing a deal for Montee Ball.
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» Utah girls tackle player gets a surprise from her biggest fan – Peyton Manning

Sep 04, 2015 - 12:53 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
For most 13-year-olds, appearing on national television would be the thrill of a lifetime.

But after being featured in an ESPN Outside the Lines story, the fun was just beginning for Gracie Merrill of West Jordan, Utah.

Earlier this month, Gracie spoke on camera about playing and competing among her peers as part of the Utah Girls Tackle Football League, believed to be the first all-girls tackle football league in the United States. Decked out in a Peyton Manning Denver Broncos No. 18 jersey, Gracie discussed how she has always loved football and never thought she’d get the chance to play it.

“It was a great experience,” Gracie said about being on TV. “I was so happy to be on the show.”
rest plus video - http://usafootball.com/blogs/america...peyton-manning
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» Five takeaways from Broncos final preseason game

Sep 04, 2015 - 9:52 AM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Coaches make tough decisions. It reminds me of something Clint Hurdle used to say when the Rockies were skidding to oblivion: Faith is believing in what you can’t see.

Difficult choices loom before Saturday’s 2 p.m. deadline to reach 53 players. Montee Ball didn’t provide any stats to demand he keep a roster spot. He finished with 27 yards on 16 carries. But coach Gary Kubiak defended Ball to a degree given the problems with the offensive line.

“Obviously, the numbers aren’t good. But we didn’t run the ball a lick in the game,” Kubiak said. “I’ve got to look at the big picture. I would say watching the game, I don’t know how many fair opportunities he had. I know he played hard.”
rest - http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...on-game/35312/
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» Benoit: Denver's defense key to another playoff run

Sep 04, 2015 - 8:58 AM - by VonDoom
Pretty good analysis of our boys at the MMQB today:

It will be interesting to see how often Ray, Ware and Miller are all on the field together. Miller’s viability as a standup amoeba rusher presents an array of options—almost all of which involve at least one, and often two, of these dynamos drawing a one-on-one matchup against a heavier-footed pass protector.

With it likely to be a very potent dime package in Denver, and with opponents’ wanting to keep Manning, arguably football’s most commanding field general, on the sidelines, there’s a strong likelihood that teams will try fervently to run the ball on this defense, keeping it in its more vanilla 5-2. In that case, 2013 first-rounder Sylvester Williams becomes perhaps the group’s most important player. Williams is tasked with filling the very big (literal and figurative) void of departed nose tackle Terrance Knighton, who’s now in Washington. Williams has the raw ability, but he has not stood out over his first two seasons and has had trouble at times holding ground and working off run-blocks. That’s a problem if you’re a B-gap defensive tackle and a more significant one if you’re playing the A gap, where he’ll now be.
The rest: http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2015/09/03/d...on-preview-nfl
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» TJ Ward suspended one game over strip club incident last year

Sep 03, 2015 - 3:03 PM - by GEM

Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward has been suspended one game for a violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports.

The incident in question, Garafolo added, occurred at a strip club shortly after Ward first joined the Broncos as a free-agent addition from the Cleveland Browns last year.
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» Broncos Gameday Thread: Broncos vs Cardinals 09/03/15

Sep 03, 2015 - 3:59 AM - by sneakers
Be honest, how much of this game will you actually watch?


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» John Elway might've struck gold again with Darius Kilgo

Sep 03, 2015 - 2:12 AM - by Magnificent Seven
Darius Kilgo figured to be a developmental flier when the Broncos grabbed him in the sixth round.

He's soon become another example of general manager John Elway's brilliance. The Maryland product has tallied two sacks and eaten up blocks like a 10-year veteran.

In fact, Kilgo lead the Broncos with 42 defensive plays in the team's preseason win against Houston. The Texans only had 74 total snaps.

Credit defensive line coach Bill Kollar -- the man who helped mold a young J.J. Watt -- with shaping the former Terrapin.

Kilgo's instant emergence could come in handy. Sylvester Williams is improved, but unproven as a replacement for departed Terrance Knighton. The team just placed Marvin Austin Jr. on the injured reserve, too.
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» Brock Osweiler receives final reps, Broncos hopefuls receive final chance in preseason finale

Sep 02, 2015 - 6:57 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Final preseason games crush dreams. Twenty-nine percent of the players standing on the sideline Thursday night won't be in uniform on Sept. 13. The final cutdown to 53 players arrives at 2 p.m. Saturday. For Brock Osweiler, Thursday starts his countdown back to the bench.

The reserve quarterback will play the first half against the Arizona Cardinals, looking to tie a bow on a strong preseason. Few players had more at stake over the past five weeks than Osweiler. He will be a free agent at season's end, making every practice and game snap an evaluation on whether he represents the future.

No conclusions have been drawn, but Osweiler has made noticeable strides. Beginning with March workouts at Kent Denver with receivers, Osweiler began carrying himself as a leader.
rest - http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci...pefuls-receive
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» Peyton Manning on Trevor Siemian and his former coaches with Arizona

Sep 02, 2015 - 3:06 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Peyton Manning thinks that rookie quarterback Trevor Siemian has improved since he got to Denver in May. The seventh-round pick will be expected to play during the second half against the Cardinals on Thursday.

Manning told KOA’s Dave Logan that although the rookie has put up some impressive numbers, he still has a couple of off-the-field things to improve on.

“Trevor has had a really good camp. He’s a bright guy; he’s improved. He wasn’t healthy when he got here because he was coming off a knee injury. So he wasn’t able to do a lot in his first month, but as he got healthy and was able to get out on the field and get the reps it really paid dividends for him. He got more comfortable and just played well throughout camp.
rest, plus video -
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» A Trip Down Memory Lane (2007 season)

Sep 02, 2015 - 10:50 AM - by McKeough
Hey all...

Used to be quite active on the forums, have been on a bit of a hiatus the last couple seasons. Glad to see some familiar faces as I read through some posts today.

I recently moved into my new house, and while unpacking, found some items that gave me a bit of nostalgia. I thought I would share in case anyone else found it interesting as we move into this season.

This is from my first Broncos game in 2007, week 3 vs. the Jaguars (unfortunately, we lost).

From the roster, to the coaches, to the cups featuring John Lynch, Champ Bailey, Al Wilson et all, and the D. Williams and D. Nash tribute.

It brought back some memories for me and I hope it will do the same for you.


Go Broncos!
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» On ‘Hard Knocks,’ John Elway says he’s ‘trying to move one or two’ inside linebackers

Sep 02, 2015 - 9:07 AM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Wondering how that Chris Clark trade went down with the Texans? Probably with a lot less glamour than you were envisioning.

On Episode 4 of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” which aired Tuesday, Broncos general manager John Elway was on speaker phone with Rick Smith as the Texans’ GM was driving to NRG Stadium in Houston on Saturday. The two hashed out the details of the trade that would send Clark to Houston for a seventh-round draft pick in 2016.

Clark’s name was not mentioned during the aired portion of the conversation, but the “him” was obvious. The other unnamed players may not be, though. The full conversation:
rest - http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...backers/35240/
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» Packers debut at No. 1 in NFL FPI

Aug 31, 2015 - 9:53 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Below are the first Football Power Index rankings for the 2015 NFL season. For a full explanation on how the FPI is put together, please read this explainer. For more background, you can also read this Q&A with the developers of the FPI.

The Broncos are ranked 4th on here, but one thing I am confused about is their Predicted Defensive Rank. I did not read how this is put together, but 13th for Predicted Defensive Rank sure seems much lower than I think they should be based on what they have showed so far.
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» 2015 Predictions thread - Broncos and other teams

Aug 31, 2015 - 1:08 PM - by Valar Morghulis
I cant remember if there has been one of these yet - but here goes


Superbowl victory
Manning MVP - breaks all the remaining records and retires
Latimer plays like a bauce
14-2 record. Number One seed

Other teams

Colts miss the play offs
Seattle miss the play offs
Bills win their division
Cleveland make the play offs
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» Broncos Trade Chris Clark for 7th Round Pick!

Aug 31, 2015 - 10:42 AM - by Cugel
Broncos trade Chris Clark to Texans for 7th Round Pick. According to Vic Lombardi, more trades may be forthcoming. Ball may be next, although it might not be possible to get anything for him.

Vic anticipates they might trade for a defensive lineman. One guy breathing a LOT easier right now is Michael Schofield, the under-achieving RT who was supposed to start but instead slid down the depth chart to 3rd. There had been speculation that he might not even make the roster, now he's the prime backup to Ryan Harris.

Vic states that "obviously Clark wasn't in their plans." It's strange. They kept totally dissing Chris Clark both last year and this. He's a veteran who didn't play terribly in replacing Ryan Clady in 2013, yet despite all the problems the OL has had since the SB he was never considered for moving back to LT. Instead he was the backup RT to Harris. Well, they tried Clark at RT last year and it didn't work out. In any case this takes $1.4 million off the cap.

So, they should have around $5 million. They ought to be looking for a backup T for depth, but no word on whether they actually are going to do that. The OL hasn't been great so far, but Elway is absurdly attached to "his" picks, and holds onto them until they conclusively prove to be failures.
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