SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Randy Moss playfully chased reserve nose tackle Ian Williams toward the locker room after practice and razzed the second-year pro with each step. It was hardly a fair deal, given Moss’ stellar speed even at age 35 against the 305-pound Williams.
Moss, Owens determined to become dominant again (The Associated Press)
The following are some highlights from our AFC West chat, which was held earlier Thursday: DENVER Mic from work: Do you think Peyton’s neck problems…
Chat wrap: Should Rivers play Friday?
There has been a lot of speculation in the past couple of days about Maurice Jones-Drew ending up in San Diego or Denver after ESPN’s Adam Schefter re…
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MJD trade to San Diego or Denver?
John Clayton’s annual quarterback rankings are on ESPN.com. He has some interesting thoughts on the AFC West’s signal callers. Let’s take a look: 6. …
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Breaking down Clayton’s QB rankings
The stadium for the Denver Broncos was once the Mile High Stadium along West 1717 Avenue in Denver. By 2001, a new stadium had been built near Interstate 25. There was some controversy over the name as many fans wanted the new stadium to retain the old name. The new stadium was initially known as Invesco Field, until it was changed to Sports Authority Field in 2011.
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Denver Broncos Stadium Guide (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — There was no ”Southeast Jerome” or ”Bro Sweets.” Clinton Portis has a new title for himself: ‘’soccer dad.”
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No costume, new role for Portis: ’soccer dad’ (The Associated Press)
Uni Watch ranks the NFL uniform sets from No. 1 to No. 32.
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Uni Watch Power Rankings rates NFL uniforms from 1-32
Former Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Shaun Smith, who was cut by the Titans this week, is stumping to go back to Kansas City. He played for coa…
Will Shaun Smith get his wish?
While everyone on the Denver Broncos assumes that Peyton Manning will be the starter at quarterback for the next few years (and hopefully longer), anything can happen in the NFL. When the Broncos spent a 2nd-round pick (57th overall) on a quarterback, that was a signal that the Broncos were indeed looking for someone to perhaps be ready to play in a few years (or hopefully longer). No one drafts a quarterback that high without expecting him to be a starter someday.
Peyton Manning’s Expectations of His Backups Great News for Osweiler and Denver Broncos: Fan’s Take (Yahoo! Contributor Network)
There was no “Southeast Jerome” or “Bro Sweets.” Clinton Portis has a new title for himself: “soccer dad.”
Former Washington Redskins RB Clinton Portis officially retires from NFL