It’s good to be back.
Back in Denver from my vacation extravaganza…though still mourning its demise, it’s time to refocus on the Broncos.
Kickin’ it with Kiz: John Elway’s job title someday could include Denver Broncos owner - Broncos had better win big. If the Broncos fall under .500 this season and miss the playoffs regardless of whether quarterback Peyton Manning stays healthy, will John Elway get the ax as the team’s top football executive? Johnny, Huntsville, Ala. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
Brian Dawkins at peace after retiring from Broncos, NFL - He has played football for most of his life, but there’s more about life than football for Brian Dawkins. His numbers helped revolutionize the safety position: 13 years as a Philadelphia Eagle and the past three as a Bronco; nine Pro Bowls; six times named all-pro; one Super Bowl appearance; 624 total tackles; 26 sacks; 98 passes defended; 37 interceptions and 28 forced fumbles. Read more from the Denver Post >>>>
Del Rio, Dawkins Help Children Dare to Play - In the NFL, it might seem that winning is the only thing that matters when it comes to football. That couldn’t have been farther from the truth during Saturday’s Dare to Play Football Camp. The camp, hosted by former Bronco Ed McCaffrey and the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, allows children with Down syndrome to live out their dream of playing football. Read more from Denver Broncos >>>>
Report: LT considered Broncos- LaDainian Tomlinson officially retired as a San Diego Charger on Monday. But Tomlinson told U-T San Diego on Saturday that he considered joining one of the Chargers’ main rivals — the Denver Broncos. ”The only team I really gave a thought to was the Broncos, because of Peyton (Manning),” Tomlinson told the Union-Tribune. “We talked. Tom (Condon, Tomlinson’s agent) talked with them … It made me pause a little (and think), ‘Was this what I really want to do?’ and I said, ‘They got Peyton, they have a good defense already; they went deep in the playoffs with Tim Tebow, what are they going to do with Peyton?’ I seriously thought about it.” Read more from ESPN >>>>
Broncos negotiating deals with three players - With training camp less than a month away, the Denver Broncos still have several contracts to get done. The team has $10.87 million in cap space, according to PFT, and three players remain un-signed. Disgruntled kicker Matt Prater, rookie quarterback Brock Osweiler and running back Ronnie Hillmanare negotiating multiple-year deals with the club. Read more from Bronco Talk >>>>