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Report: Broncos finalizing contract to make Mike Shula their QBs coach

The Broncos are finalizing contract details to make Mike Shula their quarterbacks coach, Mike Klis of 9News reports. The team still needs to work out the offset with the Giants, per Klis. The hiring of Shula is not a surprise given the Broncos hired Pat Shurmur as offensive coordinator. Shula was the offensive coordinator under [more]

Yes, Eli Manning will get to the Hall of Fame

On November 25, 2007, Eli Manning looked like anything but a Hall of Famer. On the heels of a four-pick performance in a 41-17 home loss to Minnesota, real questions were emerging regarding whether he should even get a second contract with the Giants. Barely two months later, Eli became the Super Bowl MVP, fueled [more]

Peyton Manning: After my dad and Dan Marino, Eli was my favorite player

Peyton Manning’s little brother is officially announcing his retirement today, and Peyton reflected on that with some brotherly love. Peyton Manning told the Broncos’ website that he has loved watching Eli Manning, almost as much as he loved watching Archie Manning and Dan Marino as a kid. “I’m happy for Eli, because I know he’s [more]

Broncos expect Bradley Chubb to be ready for OTAs

When Broncos linebacker Bradley Chubb suffered a torn ACL in September, the team termed it a “huge loss.” The good news is they expect him to be healthy in time to get in a full offseason of work. Broncos General Manager John Elway said today that Chubb has made “really good” progress and will likely [more]

Peyton, Eli Manning exit the NFL with $500 million in career earnings combined

As noted over the weekend, when Eli Manning had yet to retire but all signs were clearly pointing in that direction, Eli has earned $252.3 million, more than any other player in league history. The cited article from Paul Schwartz of the New York Post explains that Eli’s brother, Peyton, has earned $247.8 million, currently [more]

Broncos interviewing Mike Shula

If the Broncos brought Pat Shurmur in for a sense of stability, it makes sense that he wants familiar faces with him. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, former Giants offensive coordinator Mike Shula is interviewing for the quarterbacks coach job with the Broncos. Shurmur, who just got the Broncos offensive coordinator job, [more]

John Elway hopes Pat Shurmur finally brings stability to offense

The Broncos would like to find some continuity on offense. Doing it by changing coaches every year is an unusual tactic. But this time, again, John Elway thinks he’s found the right fit. Via Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, the Broncos General Manager said he hoped that firing Rich Scangarello after one year as [more]

Broncos part ways with director of football administration Mike Sullivan

The Broncos will enter the 2020 offseason with a new contract negotiator. Mike Klis of reports that Broncos director of football administration Mike Sullivan will not return to the team after eight years. His contract is expiring and won’t be renewed. Sullivan worked as an agent before joining the Broncos in February 2012. His [more]

Broncos will take their time deciding on Garett Bolles’ fifth-year option

The Broncos will make plenty of decisions in the coming months, but the one involving their 2021 option on left tackle Garett Bolles‘ contract is going to be at the back of the line. Broncos General Manager John Elway shared the team’s thought process on Wednesday and said that they’ll take their time before choosing [more]

Von Miller “getting back to basics” this offseason

The 2019 season was an unusual one for Broncos linebacker Von Miller. He missed a game for the first time since tearing his ACL during the 2013 season and his eight sacks in 15 games were his fewest since recording five in nine games that year. That didn’t fit with preseason hopes that Miller would [more]

Browns to interview Rich Scangarello

The Broncos decided to move on from Rich Scangarello after one season, but he already has another interview. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns plan to interview Scangarello for Kevin Stefanski’s vacant offensive coordinator job early next week. The 47-year-old Scangarello was tossed overboard in Denver so the Broncos [more]

Pat Shurmur sees a “bright future” for Drew Lock

The Giants selected Daniel Jones with the sixth overall choice. Drew Lock went to the Broncos 36 selections later. Pat Shurmur worked with Jones last season. He has Lock as his quarterback this season. On Thursday, Shurmur talked about Lock for the first time since the Broncos hired him as offensive coordinator. “Obviously, we were [more]

Phillip Lindsay undergoes wrist surgery

Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay underwent surgery on his right wrist for the second consecutive offseason, Mike Klis of 9News reports. Lindsay had “simple, clean-up arthroscopic procedure” this time and already has began rehabbing, according to Klis. The Broncos’ leading rusher should return in time for the offseason team work tentatively scheduled for April 20. [more]

Courtland Sutton replaces DeAndre Hopkins in Pro Bowl

Courtland Sutton finished the 2019 season as the clear No. 1 receiver in Denver and his work in that role has earned him a trip to Orlando for the Pro Bowl. The Broncos announced on Wednesday that Sutton has been named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster as a replacement for Texans wide receiver DeAndre [more]

Broncos fire QB coach T.C. McCartney

The Broncos have officially installed Pat Shurmur as their new offensive coordinator and they’ll likely be announcing the hire of a new quarterbacks coach as well. According to multiple reports, the Broncos have fired quarterbacks coach T.C. McCartney. McCartney was hired last year after the team named Rich Scangarello their offensive coordinator. McCartney also worked [more]

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