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Topic - John Elway
Jack Del Rio's stock is soaring less than two years after his firing in Jacksonville.
The interception at the end of the Philadelphia game was as much about the RG3 ego as anything — the voice inside his head that says "I can win the game because that's what I do." Not Sunday — and not most days this year. It's the difference between confidence and arrogance. It's the final chapter of the book of leadership.
Jack Del Rio's stock is on soaring less than two years after his firing by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The MRI determined the hit caused no further damage to Peyton Manning's tender right ankle.
Andre Johnson stood in Houston's locker room after the first practice without his hospitalized coach and wondered aloud whether the Texans' freefall this season could have contributed to his Gary Kubiak's health problems.
The hours are brutal, and so are the expectations of millions who sit in judgment of what you do on Sunday afternoon.
Denver coach John Fox remained hospitalized Sunday as he awaits aortic valve replacement surgery in North Carolina.
Fox was hoping to put off his operation until the offseason but after meeting with his cardiologist in North Carolina late last week, he began feeling dizzy while playing golf near his offseason home in Charlotte on Saturday and was hospitalized.
One of John Fox's favorite sayings is "Next man up."
With much to celebrate and lament, here's a look at the NFL halfway through the 2013 season.
Denver coach John Fox remained hospitalized Sunday as he awaits aortic value replacement surgery in North Carolina.
After three punts to start things off, Manning threw a record-tying seven touchdown passes, something no one had done in 44 years.
John Elway the executive is about to find out if he's as good at bouncing back as John Elway the quarterback was.
Peyton Manning's latest commercial doesn't have a catchy tune like "Football On Your Phone" that he rapped with brother Eli.
"We enjoyed visiting with Peyton today in N.C.," Elway wrote on his Twitter account. "He threw the ball great and looked very comfortable out there."
"We enjoyed visiting with Peyton today in N.C.," he wrote on his Twitter account. "He threw the ball great and looked very comfortable out there."