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Seattle Seahawks Rumors: Julius Thomas Aiming To Play For Pete Carroll — If Dad Greg Gets His Way

The Seattle Seahawks will sign tight end Julius Thomas — if rumors sparked by the Denver Broncos free agent’s own dad prove accurate. Greg Thomas, who played for Pete Carroll in college way back in 1983, dropped some highly conspicuous...Show More Summary

Here’s why former NFL player Nate Jackson is right when he says the league should allow marijuana use

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Speaking at a marijuana business conference in Denver on Wednesday, former Broncos tight end Nate Jackson said the NFL should allow marijuana use so players can treat the physical pain that comes with the job without becoming reliant on opiate painkillers. The Associated Press has more on Jackson’s idea: Jackson said he avoided opiate painkillers […]

Should the Denver Broncos Make a Run at DT Vince Wilfork?

The Denver Broncos are getting ready to start calling free agents. The new league year (and free agency) begins on March 10. Teams can start contacting outside players starting this upcoming Saturday. However, veteran players who have...Show More Summary

Former Broncos tight end says NFL should lift marijuana ban

Nate Jackson played in a state where it’s now legal to smoke marijuana. And he thinks the NFL would be better off if it followed suit. Granted, Jackson was speaking at the Cannabis Business Executives Breakfast in Denver when he said it, but he was upfront that he smoked during his career rather than rely on painkillers.…

How Can Peyton Manning's Return, Pay Cut Help the Broncos Win a Super Bowl?

Quarterback Peyton Manning is officially returning for his 18th season in the NFL. Both Manning and the Denver Broncos knew that a long time ago—and so did we. There was a physical Manning had to pass, but both sides knew that was also just a formality. What we didn’t know is what the dynamic would be like between Manning and the Broncos in 2015. Show More Summary

Pre-Free Agency Salary-Cap Update for Denver Broncos

With the beginning of the NFL free-agent signing period just days away, the Denver Broncos are positioning themselves to be able to make some moves. As shown on Over the Cap, the Broncos currently have about $19.5 million available in salary-cap space. Show More Summary

Broncos reach four-year deal with long-snapper Aaron Brewer

The Broncos have reached a deal with one of their restricted free agents, agreeing to a four-year contract with long-snapper Aaron Brewer on Thursday, the club said. According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Brewer’s contract is worth $4 million, with a $740,000 signing bonus. Brewer (6-5, 230) notched three special teams tackles in…

ProFootballTalk: What should be Denver’s top priority this offseason?

With the news that Peyton Manning will return to the Broncos next season, the PFT crew discusses the different improvements Denver must make to ensure Manning stays healthy and effective under center.  

Broncos' Brandon Marshall Poses as Bears WR Amid Trade Rumors

At this point, the only thing Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall can do is have some fun with his situation. Anytime Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall winds up in headlines, the Broncos' Marshall has to deal with crazy Twitter users who mix the two Marshalls up. Show More Summary

Denver Broncos Rumors: Peyton Manning Takes Pay Cut To Come Back, But Likely To Retire After Next Year

The Denver Broncos will have Peyton Manning back at a discount next year, but rumors indicate that the future Hall of Famer will likely have only one more season in him. Manning was reportedly considering retirement for weeks before he agreed to come back in 2015 at a $4 million pay cut. Show More Summary

Manning passes physical, Elway says an older QB can thrive in Denver

John Elway won Super Bowls as the Broncos’ quarterback at ages 37 and 38. And he thinks Peyton Manning is well-positioned to win a Super Bowl as the Broncos’ quarterback at age 39. The Broncos have announced that Manning will be back as the team’s starting quarterback this season, meaning he has passed his required…

Peyton Manning is gambling $4 million on winning the Super Bowl this year

Peyton Manning will be back for the 2015 season to make at least one more run at winning his second Super Bowl and this time he is gambling $4 million that it will finally happen. Manning and the Denver Broncos agreed on a restructured contract for the 2015 and 2016 seasons according to Mike Klis of The Denver Post. Show More Summary

Ex-NFL Player Nate Jackson Says He Smoked Marijuana To Avoid Prescription Drug Addiction

DENVER (AP) — Former Broncos tight end Nate Jackson says he believes the NFL will have no choice but to remove marijuana from its lists of banned substances in the near future. Speaking at a marijuana business conference, Jackson called...Show More Summary

Peyton Manning takes a pay cut (unless he wins the Super Bowl)

Peyton Manning will return for his fourth season with the Denver Broncos, not that there was a lot of doubt about that. But he’ll be doing something he has never done in all of his previous seasons: he’ll take a pay cut. Not that it’s any ordinary pay cut. Although Manning agreed to reduce his […]

Best Draft-Day Contingency Plans for Denver Broncos

With the 2015 NFL draft commencing in less than two months and free agency officially kicking off next week, the 2014 NFL season is officially underway. It doesn't matter who won or lost; everyone is back to 0-0 and the future is bright. Show More Summary

How Can Denver Broncos Make the Most of Savings from Peyton Manning Pay Cut?

After a few weeks of negotiations, the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning have agreed to restructure his contract for 2015, according to Chris Mortensen and Jeff Legwold of ESPN. According to their report, Manning will make $15 million in base salary this year. Show More Summary

Broncos, Peyton Manning find common ground -- the Super Bowl

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- After all of the back-and-forth, all of the work done between the Denver Broncos and quarterback Peyton Manning, to go with all of the hand-wringing across the Front Range about his return, the Broncos and Manning...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning returning for 18th season, he says

It appears Peyton Manning is returning to the field for one more NFL season.

Peyton Manning's pay cut not as much as Broncos first asked for

Even when Peyton Manning loses $4 million, he doesn't really lose. The reworked contract is done, and Manning made it official that he'll be back, telling the Denver Post's Mike Klis he's excited to return for another season with the Denver Broncos. Show More Summary

Peyton Manning Announces Return to Broncos: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

Coming off his latest January disappointment, some thought Peyton Manning would walk away. Manning had other ideas. The Denver Broncos quarterback announced on Wednesday he will return in 2015, a move that falls in line with what he's...Show More Summary

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