Peyton Manning agreed to a $4 million pay cut to set up his return to the Broncos in 2015. Find out how the quarterback can get the money back.
The salary cap during John Elway’s final season with the Broncos was $52.388 million. Today, the cap is at $143.28 million. The Denver GM discusses getting used to the higher salary cap.
Owen Daniels is reuniting with Gary Kubiak, striking a three-year deal with the Broncos. Will Daniels replace Julius Thomas’ production in Denver’s offense?
The Denver Broncos will retain tight end Virgil Green, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. Green reportedly signed a three-year deal that averages $2.5 million per season.
Broncos tight end Virgil Green said Saturday that he’s mulling a multi-year offer from the team. With Julius Thomas likely leaving Denver via free agency, can Green be a viable replacement?
Peyton Manning has reduced his salary and passed his physical. How can the Broncos help him get back to the Super Bowl? Chris Wesseling explores.
Peyton Manning’s wallet will weigh a little less in 2015. The Denver Broncos quarterback will take a $4 million pay cut, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday. The Broncos officially announced Thursday he’s back.
Gary Kubiak was introduced as the 15th head coach in Denver Broncos history. To no one’s surprise, he and general manager John Elway answered a handful of questions about quarterback Peyton Manning.
At least one Denver Bronco is ecstatic about the hiring of new head coach Gary Kubiak. Running back C.J. Anderson can’t wait to get to work in an offense that he thinks fits the team very well.
The Broncos announced Monday that Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak has become Denver’s new head coach. Kubiak’s deal is for four years.