Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning in Madden NFL 15. (Provided by EA Sports)After his record-breaking season last year, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was rewarded by EA Sports with the
All Things Broncos | Denver Post 11 hours ago
Monday was Peyton Manning's day to select the music during stretches at Broncos training camp, and his choices of "Rocky Top" and "Friends in Low Places" got him and fellow Vol Britton Colquitt on their feet.
Football remains a brutish sport. Training camp, even with the wise safety rules regarding full contact, needs no embellishment during a third-and-short drill.
Denver Post 1 hour ago
To win the right to back up running back Montee Ball, the fiercest competition for Ronnie Hillman and C.J. Anderson might not be Brennan Clay, Kapri Bibbs or the pool of undrafted rookies.
FOXBORO — Julian Edelman knows he’s a wanted man. Since the departure of Wes Welker, he’s become the No. 1 wide receiver target of Tom Brady and second only behind Rob Gronkowski in terms of priority passing options for the Patriots quarterback. Defenses last season began to understand this and that figures to be the […]
Akron Beacon Journal 6 hours ago
The Browns signed wide receiver Marlon Moore, the team announced today. The 6-foot, 190-pound Moore is entering his fifth NFL season. Moore has appeared in 43 games with two starts. He has tallied 19 receptions for 306 yards and two touchdowns. In 2013, Moore appeared in six games with the San Francisco...
OXNARD, Calif. -- Left tackle Tyron Smith benefited tremendously from his daily battles with DeMarcus Ware, the best pass-rusher in Dallas Cowboys’ history, during the past few training camps. It wasn't just the reps against Ware that helped prepare Smith to fulfill his Pro Bowl potential. Ware often worked with Smith after practices, offering tips on footwork and hand placement from an edge rusher’s perspective. The Cowboys would love to see Smith form a similar competitive mentor relationship with rookie pass-rusher DeMarcus Lawrence, the second-round pick drafted to replace Ware.
Emmanuel Sanders' performance on the first day of training camp left something to be desired, but the former Steeler says he'll continue studying the offense - and his new teammates - to be better. And it already showed up by Day 4 with a one-handed TD catch. Nice. If you want to be the best, you have to learn from, copy and perform like the best. Emmanuel Sanders showed Broncos Country two of the three in the first day of Training Camp Thursday. Learning from Peyton Manning and viewing a lot of film in the offseason, Sanders was the most disappointed guy in the room when talking about his...