Peyton Manning's game plan heading into the 2015 NFL season could be drastically altered with the loss of left tackle Ryan Clady. How will the Broncos offense change? How can Manning adapt? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Denver's offense in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
In the latest sign that new Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will make significant changes to the offense, quarterback Peyton Manning has been spending his time under center at Organized Team Activities. Kubiak said he knows Manning can run an offense in the shotgun, but he wants Manning to get work under center, and that’s the…
Clady has torn his left anterior cruciate ligament and will probably miss the season, leaving Denver to search for someone to protect quarterback Peyton Manning’s blind side.
For most of the 2014 season, the Denver Broncos appeared headed for a second straight Super Bowl appearance. However, things started looking shaky in December, and the wheels came completely off the bus in an embarrassing home playoff...Show More Summary
It was bad news for Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning when news broke on Thursday that his go-to left tackle Ryan Clady will likely miss the upcoming season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. The four-time Pro Bowler reportedly tore his ACL in practice on Wednesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Broncos Pro Bowl LT Ryan Clady tore […]
Two years ago, Manning’s offense excelled without Clady, but can it happen again?
Peyton Manning's blindside protector will likely miss the entire 2015 season with a torn ACL. The Denver Broncos will likely be without a key member of their offensive line in 2015 after Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady tore his ACL during practice on Thursday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Show More Summary
The Denver Broncos' offense needs to protect Peyton Manning and run the ball effectively, and both tasks got a lot tougher when left tackle Ryan Clady blew out his knee on Wednesday. In an OTA practice Clady tore his ACL and will likely miss the 2015 season, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Thursday. Show More Summary
The Denver Broncos are going to have a new look on offense this season. Head coach Gary Kubiak is implementing a more balanced offense than what we’ ve seen over the last few years with quarterback Peyton Manning leading the way. Just because the Broncos should run the ball more doesn ’t mean that Manning is going to be handing off all day long. Show More Summary
Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders says Denver won’t have the same kind of passing offense it has had the last three seasons. And not because Peyton Manning is getting old. Last year Sanders caught 101 passes for 1,404 yards as the Broncos’ No. 2 receiver, while No. 1 receiver Demaryius Thomas had 111 catches for 1,619…
A very strong will to win coupled with a wide range of facial expressions have earned Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers a certain reputation for being a bit of a jerk. He isn’t, and former Broncos tackle Orlando Franklin can attest to that. Franklin, who joined the Chargers as a free agent after four with the…
Chargers guard Orlando Franklin talks about feeling more comfortable with Philip Rivers at quarterback than Peyton Manning and having more trust and accountability in San Diego than in Denver.
The Denver Broncos have an interesting quarterback situation developing. Sure, they’re set at the position with starter Peyton Manning leading the way. Manning will give them strong play at the quarterback position once again this season—if healthy. Protecting Manning is priority No. Show More Summary
Lost in the shuffle of the Peyton Manning signing in Denver was the retirement of Hines Ward. The career Pittsburgh Steeler elected to retire in lieu of trying to ply his trade elsewhere. Statistically, Ward has a solid Canton argument. Show More Summary
Peyton Manning is my favorite NFL player of all time, and David Letterman is my favorite television entertainer of all time, so I couldn't help but pass along this really kind gesture that Peyton Manning wrote about David Letterman in...
As you probably know, Peyton Manning helped give David Letterman a proper sendoff on Wednesday by delivering the single best line in the last ever Letterman Top 10. What you may not know is that Manning’s relationship with David Letterman goes back further than that. The NFL legend made his first appearance on the Late Show back […]
An all-star group including Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin salute David Letterman in his last Top Ten List. From The Late Show with David Letterman
The Denver Broncos were once not sure if they would have Peyton Manning back for the 2015 season, but now rumors indicate that the 39-year-old quarterback may be coming back in the best shape of his career. Manning was hampered by injury...Show More Summary
Take a look back at some of Peyton Manning’s best and most memorable moments as a guest on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” including his most recent appearance in the “Top Ten” portion of Letterman’s farewell show.
To Deputy Inspector John Hart of the New York City Police Department, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is just "Eli's brother." Naturally, the New York Giants fan roots for his team's quarterback, Eli Manning, the younger brother of the five-time NFL most valuable player Peyton. Show More Summary