Latest from the Rumor MillRSS Team RSS Feed

Matt Ryan: Belief gets created when you find a way to get job done

Thursday night was a miserable one for the Colts offense, but there was one saving grace of their trip to Denver.They left town with a win. Despite turning the ball over twice, allowing six sacks, and punting seven times, the Colts wound up 12-9 winners in overtime when cornerback Stephon Gilmore knocked away Broncos quarterback [more]

K.J. Hamler: I could have walked in to the end zone if final pass had been thrown to me

On the final play of Thursday night’s loss to the Colts, Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson threw an incomplete pass. Wilson never appeared to look to his right, where wide receiver K.J. Hamler was wide open for a game-winning touchdown.After the game, Hamler acknowledged that he would have scored if Wilson had thrown it to him.“I [more]

Report: Garrett Bolles has a broken right leg

Thursday night’s game may have had more total injuries than points. One of them will affect the Broncos for weeks to come.Via Mike Klis of 9News.com, Broncos left tackle Garrett Bolles suffered a broken right leg during the loss to the Colts.According to Klis, further testing will determine the severity of the fracture. The best-case [more]

Stephon Gilmore on Russell Wilson: “He kept trying me, so I made him pay”

When offense is bad, it often means defense is good. On Thursday night, both defenses played well — too well, unfortunately.Colts defensive back Stephon Gilmore had two critical plays for his defense. He intercepted a pass in the end zone late in regulation, and he broke up the pass in the end zone that sealed [more]

Questionable late-game decisions plague Nathaniel Hackett, again

Bronco coach Nathaniel Hackett is having a rough first year. At this rate, he won’t get a second.After adding yet another member of the coaching staff to help Hackett make better decisions in key moments, Hackett made a couple of questionable decisions in two key moments during the 12-9 overtime loss to the Colts.Let’s start [more]

Thursday Night Football: Colts beat Broncos 12-9 in ugly overtime affair

The Colts beat the Broncos 12-9 in overtime in Thursday Night Football.It was even uglier than the score might indicate.The teams combined for no touchdowns, seven field goals, a blocked field goal, 681 yards, 15 penalties, 12 punts, six fumbles (though none were lost), four interceptions and 10 sacks. They were a combined 0-for-6 in [more]

Garett Bolles carted off with leg injury

Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles was carted off the field after being rolled from behind.He was injured with 3:20 left in the game on a Mike Boone run behind him. Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner inadvertently landed onto the back of Bolles’ leg.Bolles immediately grabbed his right leg.He slammed his left hand against the side [more]

Baron Browning questionable to return with a wrist injury; Josey Jewell out

Broncos linebacker Baron Browning is in the training room after a fourth quarter injury.Browning injured his right hand while tackling Colts running back Phillip Lindsay for a 2-yard loss with 7:50 remaining.Browning ran off, holding his hand.The Broncos list him as questionable to return with a wrist injury.He has five tackles, 1.5 sacks, six quarterback [more]

Kwity Paye carted off with leg injury

Colts defensive lineman Kwity Paye put pressure on Russell Wilson that forced an ill-advised throw that resulted in an interception early in the fourth quarter. Paye, though, stayed down on the field after the play.He could not put pressure on his right leg.Paye went to the training room on a cart, getting well wishes from [more]

Russell Wilson entered medical tent

Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson exited the Sunday loss to the Raiders with a shoulder injury that left him limited in practice. During tonight’s game, he entered the medical tent.Wilson took a hit during a return of an interception that he threw in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game against the Colts. He appeared to [more]

Thursday Night Football: Broncos lead Colts 6-3 at halftime

The punters and kickers have ruled the day in Denver.In the first half, the Broncos and Colts combined for three field goals, 247 yards, five sacks, four fumbles (though none lost), one interception, seven punts and seven penalties. Simply put, the offenses have been offensive.The Broncos lead the Colts 6-3 at halftime.Broncos kicker Brandon McManus [more]

Nyheim Hines ruled out with concussion

Colts running back Nyheim Hines will not return to Thursday Night Football. The team ruled him out with a concussion.Hines was injured on the third play from scrimmage on a 5-yard reception from Matt Ryan. Broncos outside linebacker Nik Bonitto appeared to make helmet-to-helmet contact with Hines.Hines stumbled once he got up, showing gross motor [more]

Team Pages