Although Tim Tebow hasn't been a Denver Bronco since March 2012, when he was traded to the New York Jets, he remains a favorite of many in these parts, since he achieved his greatest professional glory wearing orange and blue. And even though he's out of football at the moment, he continues to make ... More >>
Watching Ray Lewis acting like the king of the world after playing a thoroughly ordinary game, and seeing Joe Fluke-o named MVP after the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl victory yesterday was enough to make me nearly throw up my seven-layer dip. Fortunately, Las Vegas sports books give our Denver Bronc ... More >>
During the last three Broncos victories (over San Diego, New Orleans and Cincinnati), the focus was on Peyton Manning, and rightfully so. But while Manning put up impressive stats in yesterday's 36-14 dismantling of the Carolina Panthers, the stars of the game were Von Miller and the Broncos defense ... More >>
Let the hyperbole fly: Depending on whom you ask, the presidential debate coming to town this Wednesday is either the biggest event of the election season, the biggest-ever boon to the University of Denver's place in the national spotlight, or the biggest political anything to happen in Denver since ... More >>
After gut-wrenching comebacks-that-weren't to the Falcons and the Texans, the Broncos needed a laugher -- and they got one. Denver's 37-6 demolition of the hated Oakland Raiders was perfectly timed going into the most brutal stretch of an already killer schedule. More important, the game showed the ... More >>
Videos below.During the blessedly completed Josh McDaniels era, top picks like Knowshon Moreno and Tim Tebow defied conventional wisdom -- and we still don't know if they'll pay off in the long run. In contrast, the choice of Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller makes perfect sense from the start ... More >>
John Fox.John Elway's announcement yesterday that John Fox has been named the Broncos' new head coach wasn't a guaranteed hit. After all, Fox most recently coached the Carolina Panthers, the one NFL team with fewer wins than Denver this past season. But in advance of his introductory news con ... More >>
John Fox.We've got the news straight from the Horse's tweet: Moments ago, newly minted football operations veep and Twitter fan John Elway revealed that the Denver Broncos have hired John Fox to succeed the disastrous Josh McDaniels as the team's head coach. Which is good in some ways, not a ... More >>
Perry Fewell.Update below: Carolina Panthers coach John Fox is expected to arrive in Denver today -- weather permitting -- to interview for the job of Denver Broncos head coach. But before he faces Pat Bowlen, John Elway, Joe Ellis and other team executives, he will likely show his face to B ... More >>
Verily did Tim Tebow lift the forlorn Broncos on his broad shoulders and dump-off screen pass them over the worst pass defense in football. This win is hardly cause for a re-evaluation of the Broncos' historically awful season, but hey: they got the win after being down by 17 at the half. Sto ... More >>
Boss Bailey. At this writing, linebacker Boss Bailey's page remains on the Denver Broncos' website -- but that won't be true for long. Yesterday, the team cut him loose. And while that makes sense (he's still rehabbing from the sort of microfracture surgery that makes comebacks slow and difficult), ... More >>
Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan didn't just throw Travis Henry under the bus on June 2 when talking about his decision to cut the running back. He tossed him beneath the entire Greyhound fleet. "The release speaks volumes," he told the assembled press. "You've got the little things, and if you do ... More >>
If you could predict the future, would you be a sportswriter? As cool as it would be to state unequivocally during the preseason, “Eli Manning will lead his team to the Super Bowl ” or, “the Vikings and Browns will both finish just one game out of a playoff spot,” if these writers really kne ... More >>
Once the laughingstock of high school football, the Nederland Panthers have climbed the mountain. If only they could stay there.
Somewhere in the not too distant future, the Department of Homeland Security will be able to ferret out terrorists based only on a series of questions about the NFL. Consider this: Last month’s Patriots-Cowboys game drew 30 million viewers, making it not only the most watched sporting event of the ... More >>
Brawny juicers keep pumping steroids, so why aren't more serving time.
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The true spirit of sport returns when pigskins fly.
The good, the bad and the very ugly of athletics in 2000.
A Denver Bronco's domestic-violence case gets complicated.
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Although Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were an impossibly horrific act to follow, others gave it a shot.