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Tonight on NFL Network (5 MT), the 2013 Pro Bowl rosters will be announced on a special edition of “NFL Total Access” that will be dragged out far longer than necessary. Nevertheless, the show, or at least the results, will be interesting to see. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning led all players with 993,045 fan votes and will be [...]

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Published on 12/26/2012 at Wed Dec 26 13:27.   1 Comment
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The Denver Broncos have picked up steam at 4-3 after falling only to New England (5-3), Houston (6-1), and Atlanta (7-0) early in the season.  Coming off two convincing victories with a two-game lead in the AFC West race, quarterback Peyton Manning has received much of the credit for Denver’s hot streak. And while Manning [...]

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Published on 10/30/2012 at Tue Oct 30 13:00.   4 Comments
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As Week 5 of the NFL season approaches, the Denver Broncos (2-2) are preparing to face the New England Patriots (2-2) on the road.  Here are six mid-week thoughts for your consideration going into the game —  (1) Brady vs. Manning rivalry continues as both QBs prepare for historic showdown.  Sunday will mark the thirteenth time quarterbacks Tom [...]

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Published on 10/03/2012 at Wed Oct 03 08:21.   10 Comments
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We’re celebrating some of the greatest hits in Denver Broncos history.  Today, we remember Al Wilson‘s huge third down stop against Oakland. Be sure to check back tomorrow for Hit No. 2!  After the series is over we’ll top it off with one big hitastic video.

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Published on 07/21/2012 at Sat Jul 21 11:30.   3 Comments
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Name: Robert Ayers Height, Weight: 6’3″, 274 Position: Defensive End Age, Experience: 26, 4 College: Tennessee Robert Ayers has had some big shoes to fill. A first round draft pick in 2009 — the second selection of the short-lived Josh McDaniels era — the defensive lineman added to expectations by choosing to wear jersey #56 [...]

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Published on 02/06/2012 at Mon Feb 06 16:00.   1 Comment
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I’ll admit it. I’m a Justin Tuck fan. The New York Giants defensive end was a Denver Bronco for a day after the Broncos traded for him in 2006. Ultimately the deal was nullifed after Broncos middle linebacker Al Wilson, the trade compensation for Tuck and a fourth round pick, failed his physical, but since [...]

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Published on 02/06/2012 at Mon Feb 06 10:00.   14 Comments
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Since 1996 (and even before that) the Denver Broncos don’t have a rich history of their first round draft picks holding out and you’ll see that even when they do, two thirds of the time it has worked out all the same. As a matter of fact, via a Denver litmus test following this season, [...]

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Published on 07/26/2010 at Mon Jul 26 21:26.   3 Comments
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For as long as recent memory serves, the Broncos have run a 4-3 defense with success, up until about two years ago. After losing key defensive players such as Al Wilson and Trever Pryce, the Broncos 4-3 defense struggled, ranking second to last in the NFL in points allowed after allowing 448 points in the [...]

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Published on 06/21/2010 at Mon Jun 21 22:43.   17 Comments
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A lot of people (including myself) have been giving Albert Haynesworth a lot of flack for acting like a selfish and petulant child. However, there is one person close to Bronco fan’s hearts who has Haynesworth’s back throughout his selfish turmoil. That man is Al Wilson. Yes, the same man that was the backbone of the [...]

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Published on 06/21/2010 at Mon Jun 21 13:50.   4 Comments
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It was third and nine in the second quarter, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel was just trying to make a play. Unfortunately for Cassel, Denver Broncos outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil was right there waiting. Cassel rolled right and, with nowhere to throw, found himself where so many other quarterbacks have already wound up [...]

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Published on 12/07/2009 at Mon Dec 07 10:00.   17 Comments
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