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Denver Broncos wide receiver Eddie Royal is recovering from an offseason hip operation and is hopeful to return in time for team OTA’s in May. [CBS4] The Broncos haven’t officially announced anything yet, but the team is talking with the NFL regarding making their alternative, burnt-orange color their full-time home jersey beginning with the 2012 [...]

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Published on 02/07/2011 at Mon Feb 07 15:22.   6 Comments
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Former Broncos wide receiver Ed McCaffrey knows a thing or two about playing in Super Bowls.  In his latest blog post he talks about handling the media blitz on Super Bowl week. [Ed McCaffrey Blog] Both VP John Elway and quarterback Tim Tebow are in Dallas for the Super Bowl this Sunday.  Elway has been [...]

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Published on 02/04/2011 at Fri Feb 04 08:34.   4 Comments
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As the offseason has gone on, it’s become more and more assumed by fans and the media that Tim Tebow would be taking the reigns as Denver Broncos starting QB in 2011. Even Pro Bowler Brandon Lloyd seemingly bought into that theory. Hold your horses (ahem), says V.P. John Elway: “If we had to play [...]

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Published on 02/02/2011 at Wed Feb 02 13:06.   33 Comments
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This Super Bowl in Dallas is an icy affair. [Sports Illustrated] The Packers and Steelers have set themselves up for Super Bowl success through better drafting… and patience. [DPO] The U.S. government has seized (and shut down) two prominent game-streaming websites. [TorrentFreak] Madden the video games agrees with Madden the analyst: the Steelers will win [...]

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Published on 02/02/2011 at Wed Feb 02 12:05.   1 Comment
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It’s that time of year again, when the four strongest, hottest, and luckiest teams in the NFL are preparing to do battle to earn the right to play in that grand Game of Games, the Super Bowl. For the fifth straight year, the Denver Broncos aren’t among them. In fact, one could fairly  say they’re [...]

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Published on 01/20/2011 at Thu Jan 20 16:06.   55 Comments
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As they say, third times the charm. For the third consecutive year, former Denver Bronco tight end Shannon Sharpe has been named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.  The 2011 class will be announced the week of Super Bowl XLV. Named to the Broncos Ring Of Fame in 2009, Sharpe retired leading [...]

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Published on 01/09/2011 at Sun Jan 09 19:58.   29 Comments
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Your vote counts, so get to the polls! Fan voting for the 2011 Pro Bowl has started on NFL.com! Voting for the NFL’s annual All-Star Game can be done online and on web-enabled mobile phones by going to NFL.com/ProBowl. After last weeks embarrassing loss to Oakland, there’s been some grumbling in Bronco Nation that no [...]

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Published on 10/27/2010 at Wed Oct 27 10:09.   9 Comments
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On Sunday, Denver’s first overall draft selection showed the world why the Broncos picked him where they did. Demaryius Thomas, a rookie out of Georgia Tech, played in his first NFL game after missing week 1 due to an injury. Leading a dominating offensive attack, Thomas caught 8 passes for just shy of 100 yards, [...]

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Published on 09/21/2010 at Tue Sep 21 11:36.   4 Comments
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The Denver Broncos have joined the NFL in it’s effort to stop child obesity through it’s ‘Play 60′ campaign. “The Movement for an active generation” is their slogo, encouraging kids to get at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day. It is a movement to be commended, as is Play 60’s latest event, “Back [...]

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Published on 09/08/2010 at Wed Sep 08 08:12.   1 Comment
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