Why is it OK for teams and executives to advocate for issues but not for their players to do the same?
John Elway, a Hall of Fame quarterback and currently the general manager of the Denver Broncos, has some thoughts about Neil Gorsuch's nomination to the Supreme Court. On Monday, Elway shared those thoughts with the Senate Judiciary Committee in the form of a letter. And he composed that note on letterhead bearing the Denver Broncos logo.
Elway cites Gorsuch’s “intelligence, character and fairness” as to why he should sit on America’s highest (...)
There are a great many topics on which one might seek the wisdom of former Hall-of-Fame quarterback and current Broncos GM John Elway. For instance: how to throw a football real far, or how to avoid paying a shit-ton of money to a bad QB just because he can throw a football real far. Read more...
As Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearing for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court began Monday in Washington, Denver Broncos general manager John Elway threw his support behind the Denver native. “Neil is a big Denver Broncos fan, and I can tell you that I’m a big fan of his,” Elway continued in the letter to the […]
Denver Broncos executive John Elway wrote a letter to urge the Senate Judiciary Committee to confirm Colorado’s Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch is President Donald Trump’s nominee for the open seat and — if appointed — would...Show More Summary
On Monday afternoon a letter emerged from Broncos GM John Elway, who wrote to the Senate Judiciary Committee voicing his support for Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court. BREAKING: On official @Broncos letterhead, @johnelway...Show More Summary
As endorsement for lifetime appointments go, this could be even more significant than Tom Brady stumping for Jason Taylor to get to the Hall of Fame. Via Peter Marcus of the Colorado Springs Gazette, Broncos executive John Elway sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, endorsing conservative Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. Elway described the…
During a Monday press conference, Broncos coach Vance Joseph and John Elway faced plenty of questions about a quarterback who has never played for them. They apparently got none about a guy who used to. Brock Osweiler, drafted by Denver in 2012, left via free agency a year ago. Last week, Houston hot potatoed Osweiler…
Broncos general manager is holding firm on his position on Cowboys quarterback.
John Elway once again focuses on fixing his offensive line in free agency
Tony Romo soon will be released by the Cowboys. So where will he sign next? Appearing on Thursday’s PFT Live, Vic Lombardi of Altitude Sports Network predicted that Romo will end up in Denver — but only after G.M. John Elway plays a “slow dance” that culminates in a deal that works for the Broncos.…
Tony Romo may be riding a different horse soon after flying to Denver to meet with Broncos GM John Elway.
The Broncos might still bring DeMarcus Ware back, but not until he sees what else someone will give him. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the veteran pass-rusher has met with Broncos executive John Elway today, but intends to see what the market has in store for him. The 34-year-old Ware is coming off back surgery…
Jerry Jones is slow playing it, but John Elway is ready to make a move when Romo is released
Take it from John Elway: Ex-Bronco star John Lynch will do quite well as 49ers general manager
Denver's GM doesn't sound like he's ruling out another big signing of a veteran QB
Broncos General Manager John Elway says the top job when building a team is finding the franchise quarterback who can be “that guy.” And Elway thinks he drafted “that guy” last year. Elway said on PFT Live that he still thinks he made a good pick when he took Paxton Lynch in the first round…
Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch return, but Tony Romo could be a consideration for Denver.
“I understand why they didn’t play.”