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D.J. Williams deletes post of defensive formations, but issue adds to woes | Denver Post
Is D.J. Williams trying to find trouble? In what has to be considered a serious breach of security in the secretive world that is the NFL, Williams posted what appeared to be six formations of one defensive play from the Broncos’ playbook on his Twitter account Friday.
Broncos caravan to stop in Greeley | Greeley Gazette
The Denver Broncos will arrive in Greeley on Thursday, June 14 as part of their summer tour through Colorado which began in in Trinidad in May.
C.J. Wilson latest pitcher to stop Rockies offense as Colorado loses series opener | Denver Post
After being dominated in Arizona by Diamondbacks pitchers Ian Kennedy and Wade Miley, the Rockies came home to find Angels ace C.J. Wilson waiting for his chance Friday night. Wilson took full advantage, strangling Rockies bats for eight innings as the Angels won 7-2, sending Colorado to its third straight defeat.
Rob Gronkowski, Patriots agree to richest tight end deal in history | Denver Post
All-pro Rob Gronkowski agreed Friday to a million deal with the New England Patriots, the richest contract for a tight end in NFL history.
What was D.J. Williams thinking? | ESPN.com
If D.J. Williams is trying to test the patience of his employees, he may be succeeding. The latest controversy surrounding the talented but troubled veteran linebacker unfolded Friday when Williams tweeted photos of six of the Broncos’ defensive plays. Denver’s playbook is published on an iPad.
Mike Shanahan hosts Peyton’s Place | ESPN.com
Peyton Manning is taking over John Elway’s old job — and living in Mike Shanahan’s house. The Associated Press learned about the arrangement the Broncos new quarterback made with the Redskins coach, who before going to Washington teamed with Elway in the 1990s to bring two Super Bowl titles to Denver.
Little Known Broncos Facts: We Have a General Manager? | Mile High Report
Okay, question and answer time: Name three current stars (however you want to define the word) of the Denver Broncos. I can imagine most of you saying, “Jeez, Brian, how about something more challenging?” Alright, name three stars of the Broncos from the 1990s. Still not challenging enough? How about three from each of the following decades: 1980s, 1970s, 1960s.
The Greatest Denver Bronco Team: Defensive End | Mile High Report
Dumervil was drafted by the Broncos in the fourth round in 2006 NFL Draft. He has played in 75 games. So far he has recorded 52.5 sacks. He was voted to the Pro Bowl and All-Pro teams in 2009. As a rookie, he saw very little playing time but time increased as he got 8.5 sacks. In 2007 he led the team with 12.5 sacks.
Champ Camp Comes To Denver | DenverBroncos.com
Personnel man Anthony ‘Champ’ Kelly brings his football, and more importantly, life skills camp to Denver area kids.
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