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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - John Elway
The 70-year-old Bowlen will no longer be a part of the club's daily operations, the Broncos announced Wednesday. Team President Joe Ellis is adding the title of chief executive officer and will have final say on all matters.
Jack Elway, the son of Denver Broncos executive John Elway, has been arrested on charges of assault and disturbing the peace.
Orlando Franklin is still smarting over his poor performance in the Super Bowl. Not so his switch from right tackle to left guard.
Now, this is the kind of defense Jack Del Rio wishes he could have taken into the Super Bowl.
Cody Latimer is already a good fit in Denver and he has yet to suit up in orange and blue. Well, blue at least.
John Elway took a break from his defensive rebuilding project Friday night to give Peyton Manning another big target and an athletic right tackle.
John Fox describes All-Big Ten cornerback Bradley Roby as having "great ability, great speed, great quickness, great athleticism."
They long ago buried their feud. Now, John Elway and Dan Reeves will share a facade.
John Elway has turned the Denver Broncos from riff-raff to royalty in three years.
The Denver Broncos have exercised their 2015 option on pass-rusher Von Miller.
No trip to the White House, diamond-encrusted rings or ticker tape parade.
Two months after meeting in the AFC championship, the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots are squaring off in the wine and dine game.
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.
Champ Bailey spent a decade with the Denver Broncos, making eight Pro Bowls and picking off 34 passes even with quarterbacks only reluctantly glancing his way.
John Elway led Denver to the Super Bowl faster as a front office executive than he did as a quarterback.
He was instrumental in the league's explosive growth at its longtime chairman of the broadcast committee, Ellis said, and Elway said Bowlen deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
"Mr. Bowlen has entrusted Joe to take his spot and he couldn't have appointed a better guy to step in for Pat," Elway said. "Joe's a guy that bleeds orange and blue."