The JMRA Podcast returns with a look at Week 1 action and a Super Bowl XLVIII pick. My favorite part is the look back at the 2012 season. Of course, Patriots and 49ers fans are likely to hate. Oh and you too, Broncos fans.
Denver Broncos defensive end Von Miller received a six-game suspension after violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Miller’s punishment arrived after negotiations between the Broncos and NFL. The two-time Pro Bowl linebacker spilled a urine sample and eventually submitted a diluted version.
The latest DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket campaign is out and it features quite the gem from Eli & Peyton Manning. The concept of the video centers around “Football on Your Phone” and features the Eli, Peyton, and yes, even Archie Manning.
Peyton Manning will be 37 years old once the regular season begins on September 5.
While Denver is among the favorites to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium next February, there is a simple question on the horizon for the future Hall of Fame quarterback from a fantasy perspective.
How much longer can he continue to play at an elite level?
We under the 100 day barrier until the Baltimore Ravens open the season on the road against the Denver Broncos. While John Fox is still talking about the Ravens loss, Baltimore has bigger fish to fry like comparing their quarterback to Eli Manning.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker received a sizable invoice from Duke University for participating in a series of workouts with teammates Wes Welker, Demaryius Thomas, and Peyton Manning. The $3200 plus invoice came from Manning, who decided to pull a prank on his receiver.
Two crazy Patriots fans were upset over Wes Welker bolting to Denver and joining forces the most evil Manning of them all, Lord Voldemort Peyton. As is the case with a cluster of rambunctious fans, these two decided to burn a Welker jersey in a unified display of defiance.
In previous tweet, I said agreement was made at 1:35 p.m. MT. It was actually 1:25 p.m. MT. So agent had 35 minutes to file signed contract. — Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) March 15, 2013 The most bizarre free agent story of the off-season developed on Friday when it […]
Once the NFL schedule is released in April, folks will begin trampling each other to get to sports gambling books to place a few pesos on the Denver Broncos either reaching Super Bowl XLVIII or winning it all.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock had to pay off a bet after the Broncos lost to Baltimore in the AFC playoffs back on January 12. Due to the Denver loss, Hancock recently performed the infamous Ray Lewis shuffle to pay off the wager.