Happy Independence Day!
As you’d imagine on a holiday, it’s a light day of Denver Broncos headlines, but don’t worry; DHF has a post coming up later today.
Osweiler, Hillman only two unsigned Broncos - With the Broncos making Matt Prater the NFL’s fifth highest-paid kicker Monday, the team now has just two contracts left to settle — those of rookies Brock Osweiler and Ronnie Hillman. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
2012 Game-By-Game: Week 3 - In Week 3 of the 2012 season the Broncos return home to host one of Peyton Manning’s more familiar foes, the Houston Texans. Read more from Denver Broncos >>>>
Denver Broncos: 5 Little-Known Players Who Will Turn Heads in Camp - The Denver Broncos are due to open up their training camp for the upcoming season on July 26, 2012, in Englewood, CO. We’re all aware of the main players on the team such as Peyton Manning, Elvis Dumervil, Willis McGahee, Von Miller and Champ Bailey. But what about some of those players who are not known to fans? Read more from Bleacher Report >>>>
Peyton Manning Injury Watch: Rust Might Be Denver Broncos QB’s Biggest Enemy - No NFL injury has been talked about more over the past few seasons than Peyton Manning’s neck injury. It required four surgeries, including stem cell treatment, and he missed all of 2011. Read more from Bleacher Report >>>>
Matt Prater and Connor Barth’s contracts compared - The Denver Broncos announced Monday that they had reached a four-year contract with franchised kicker Matt Prater. According to Mike Klis of The Denver Post, the contract is worth $13 million, or $3.25 million per season That’s just shy of the $3.3 million per year average of the contract that franchised Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Connor Barth received last month, but it still places Prater in the top five among current kicker contracts. Read more from NFL.com >>>>
Five teams that should reap most from full offseason - Last year’s NFL lockout forced teams to fast forward into the season. Not this year. We’ve had a full offseason of free agency, minicamps and organized team activities. If you’re a new coach, new coordinator or a rookie, you can’t use a lockout as an excuse. Here are five teams that should benefit greatly from having a full offseason. Read more from Sporting News >>>>