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Topic - Eric Decker
Demaryius Thomas, the lone bright spot in Denver's Super Bowl debacle, isn't looking back at that night in the Meadowlands when Seattle's sideline-to-sideline supremacy rendered his record 13 receptions a forgettable footnote.
Emmanuel Sanders is still learning his way around town. That's not stopping him from putting out a big welcome mat for rookie wide receiver Cody Latimer.
Before John Elway headed out to the golf course to take advantage of a sunny Sunday in the Rocky Mountains, the Denver Broncos general manager made yet another splash in free agency by signing wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a three-year, $15 million contract.
They faced each other last month in the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands. Now, Eric Decker and Breno Giacomini are teammates who will call MetLife Stadium their football home.
The Redskins need a No. 2 wide receiver to complement Pierre Garcon. Will they find what they're looking for in free agency?
John Elway's philosophy is to address immediate needs in free agency, even though some of his own veterans may prove too pricey to keep around.
Should the Redskins expend a high draft pick and/or a big chunk of cap money on a wide receiver?
The Broncos will reportedly let WR Eric Decker test the free agent market before trying to sign him. Will the Redskins take a serious look?
A small town in central Minnesota is celebrating Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker.
Seattle's "Legion of Boom" secondary led by All-Pros Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas may be able to slow down, say, Demaryius Thomas, in the Super Bowl. That doesn't mean Peyton Manning will have to tap the brakes on Denver's Lamborghini offense.
This was one field trip Eric Decker would rather forget.
The Broncos score points at a historic clip, and WR Eric Decker is a big part of that. Next season, Decker is a free agent. Could he land in Washington?
Peyton Manning took a knee again, just as he had at the end of regulation exactly a year earlier.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The last top seed to open its playoff run against a team it had just lost to at home in December was the 2008 New York Giants, who were beaten again by Philadelphia in the rematch.
Peyton Manning says his records won't last long. One of them might not even last the week.
"My goal is to take the knowledge and preparation I have learned in the last four years with some great coaches and with a great quarterback and share that with my teammates," said Decker, who caught 87 passes from Peyton Manning for 1,288 yards and 11 touchdowns in Denver's record-setting offense last season.
"There were other teams that had interest and other visits were a possibility," Decker said Friday on a conference call, "but after here I felt like I was at home."