Ahead of Wednesday’s free agency start, numerous media outlets are reporting that Case Keenum is on his way to the Mile High City. Advertisements
Episode 2 of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast has arrived. This time, we fast-forward one year later to January 1988 for the rematch between the Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. While it’s the 1987 AFC Championship Game, people may know this game a bit better as “The […]
The first episode of the Sons of Wyngate Football Podcast travels back to January 11, 1987 for John Elway’s official coming out party – “The Drive”. People may formally know that contest as the AFC Championship Game between the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns.
The National Football League returned tonight. Yes, there was a game last Thursday and on Wednesday night. That’s like being served a salad and rolls before a meal though. It can fill you up but it is not the main course.
The road to the Denver Broncos not repeating as Super Bowl champions is well underway. Super Bowl MVP and outside linebacker Von Miller doesn’t appear to have much interest in playing under a franchise tag.
LeBron James made sure to mention how Sunday’s NBA title-clinching win over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday took the likes of Earnest Byner and Jose Mesa off the hook for potentially costing the city of Cleveland eventual championships.
The Denver Broncos went to the White House on Monday to be honored by President Barack Obama after winning Super Bowl 50 last February.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that Peyton Manning will announce his retirement on Monday. Since people can’t dared to be bothered about the HGH allegations and sexual assault incident at Tennessee and keep insisting he is “a great person” this morning, let’s cut to the chase.
From the theater of the absurd department, the Denver Broncos will wear their road white jerseys despite being the designated home team for Super Bowl 50 on February 7.
The quest to end Mercury Morris’s reign of terror continues on Sunday night as a pair of unbeaten teams faceoff. It’s old (Manning) vs. kind of new (Rodgers). It’s an off-shoot of an aging Muhammad Ali vs. the younger, brash champion Larry Holmes.