President Obama doesn't screw around at the waiver wire... and won't obsess over Peyton Manning's passing yards -- 'cause he DOESN'T play fantasy football... so says his ex-personal aide. Reggie Love -- who was Obama's "body man" from 2009…
At this time, Peyton Manning has not confirmed that he will return to the Denver Broncos for another season in 2015. While all signs point to him returning for one—perhaps final—run, this question mark has the Broncos (and Broncos fans) thinking about life without Manning. The next quarterback behind Manning on the depth chart is Brock Osweiler. Show More Summary
Peyton Manning's future in Denver remains uncertain, but a possible contract restructuring could give the Broncos some offseason flexibility, as reported by The Denver Post. How much money could the restructuring save? What else could...Show More Summary
The Denver Broncos are rumored to be working on a deal to re-structure Peyton Manning’s contract to give the team more cushion in cap space, but there is still a chance that the two could part ways if an agreement isn’t reached. This...Show More Summary
One way or another, some big questions about Peyton Manning will soon be resolved. Manning, who has given no indication that he intends to retire, and the Denver Broncos have begun to discuss reworking his contract, according to the Denver Post and other sources, although it is unclear whether restructuring or reducing the contract is […]
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Over the past three seasons, or since Peyton Manning signed on to be the quarterback, the Denver Broncos have largely used two personnel groupings on offense – the three-wide receiver set and a two-tight end package. And...Show More Summary
“I don’t believe any of this garbage.”
So far, the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine is as predictable as Peyton Manning's eventual career decision this summer. In Indianapolis, Jameis Winston looked every bit of the top pro-style quarterback in the class, while counterpart Marcus...Show More Summary
The Broncos may not be sure that quarterback Peyton Manning will be back in 2015, but they know they don’t want his top wide receiver leaving the team. General Manager John Elway said at the combine Thursday, via Lindsay Jones of USA Today, that the team will either sign Demaryius Thomas to a long-term contract by…
Broncos executive vice president and general manager John Elway met with the media on Thursday at the combine and Peyton Manning's NFL future was a popular topic.
INDIANAPOLIS – John Elway is still waiting on Peyton Manning’s decision. All signs are that Manning will return. Elway reiterated at the start of his press conference at the NFL scouting combine that he and the Denver Broncos want Manning back. Show More Summary
Broncos front office boss John Elway doesn’t know for sure who his quarterback will be this season. But he expects that it will be Peyton Manning. “We’re hopeful Peyton comes back,” Elway said at the Scouting Combine. “We want him back. I said after the season we wanted him back and we still want him…
INDIANAPOLIS – Whatever becomes of the Denver Broncos offense is still under construction at the moment as Gary Kubiak and his coaching staff have begun to make the framework of what things will look like with Peyton Manning at quarterback...Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS – Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak, now a month into his new job, said Wednesday that the team is moving forward in constructing the team’s offensive playbook with the idea Peyton Manning will be the team’s quarterback.Show More Summary
Former Washington coach Mike Shanahan spoke with ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. on Wednesday about his time coaching the team and several personnel decisions the team made during his time there. And things got pretty juicy. He spoke about...Show More Summary
The questions surrounding Peyton Manning’s return to Denver in 2015 are still swirling as the Broncos’ front office still has to decide if they’re going to pay Manning $19 million next season.
Trading up for Robert Griffin III was not Mike Shanahan’s first choice when considering who his quarterback would be in Washington in 2011. Shanahan said on ESPN 980 that what he really wanted was to sign Peyton Manning after he was released by the Colts. Shanahan thinks he and Manning were on the same page…
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hasn't publicly said whether he wants to return next season, but his new coach is expecting him to be under center.
INDIANAPOLIS -- You be the judge whether this should be taken as good news or bad for the Kansas City Chiefs. Given the way Peyton Manning looked when last season finished, which was injured and old, it may be up for some debate. InShow More Summary
The Broncos head coach sounded a positive note about the team's veteran signal caller being in the fold for the coming season. INDIANAPOLIS -- The Denver Broncos are set to have a busy offseason with several key players on the vergeShow More Summary