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Kyle Orton, bad for the Broncos!

Kyle Orton wanted to be traded on his terms, otherwise he is completely content on collecting nearly 9 million dollars this season then becoming an unrestricted free agent. Good for Kyle! Thanks...

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The EFX "PLan" on par or falling apart?

"In EFX we trust." "I'm sure they have a plan." "With guys like Fox and Elway in charge this team is headed in the right direction." We all remember reading and writing these types of statements...

"The Orton to Miami Deal is on life support, Denver values him higher then Miami wants to pay."

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"The Orton to Miami Deal is on life support, Denver values him higher then Miami wants to pay."

Adam Schefter on Mike and Mike this am

Kyle Orton agrees to a 5 year deal saving the Broncos nearly 5 million in cap room for 2011-2012.

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Kyle Orton agrees to a 5 year deal saving the Broncos nearly 5 million in cap room for 2011-2012.

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What happens first? Or doesn't?

Ok so it's back to business, GAME ON.  Little time means for an exciting next couple weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds. What a time to have information at your fingertips, INSTANTLY we are in...

Victim in Broncos' Cox case feared she was drugged

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DENVER (AP) — Police say Denver Broncos cornerback Perrish Cox was arrested on sexual assault charges after a woman told officers she believed she was raped while she was drugged. An arrest warrant affidavit released Friday says the woman became pregnant and that DNA tests show Cox is the father. The document says the woman told police that doctors informed her she had become pregnant at about the time she went to Cox's apartment with friends and then passed out. The woman says she has no recollection of most of that night last September and wasn't sure anyone had sex with her until she learned she was pregnant. Cox pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault. He is free on $50,000 bail. His trial is scheduled for October.

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The Six Million Dollar Question,

which I believe has already been answered.   Kyle Orton, according to Rotoworld is due to make in excess of 8.8M in 2011-2012. He is also in the final year of his contract. I have heard reports...

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Ty; Afflalo; Chandler, All locked up

2.91M To AAA; 3.1M to ILLWIL; and 2.54M exercise on Ty for 2012-13.

"Tim Tebow has an NFL arm." -Champ Bailey, last week on 104.3 The Fan Denver. For what it is...

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"Tim Tebow has an NFL arm." -Champ Bailey, last week on 104.3 The Fan Denver. For what it is worth, I was listening to a weekend wrap up show yesterday and the commentators said that this quote stuck with them more than any other during the week.

Fox eyeing Cam Newton with the 2nd overall pick. Also will be moving to the 4/3 defensive formation...

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Fox eyeing Cam Newton with the 2nd overall pick. Also will be moving to the 4/3 defensive formation slating Tim Tebow the starting MLB. January 13thl Fool's ;-)

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Carmelodrama! SICK OF IT!

#7's 1st day at the office

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Is that a Bentley convertible?

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Knowshon Not Special

  Well it may very well seem we have our QB position sorted. I believe we do. I know, I know, many of you are still in wait and see mode, I respect that but I feel it’s a copout to a certain...

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My stomach hurts!

TRADE ORTON! PLAY TEBOW NOW! I was on board with this notion weeks ago, then reality hit me in the stomach. I don't think it's going to happen any time soon as long as McD is in charge. By giving...

"I'm disappointed that's where we are as an organization," said Schlereth, who played six seasons...

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"I'm disappointed that's where we are as an organization," said Schlereth, who played six seasons for the Broncos after six seasons with the Redskins, and now is an NFL analyst for ESPN. "I'm disappointed every time I turn on the tape [of games]. . . . Mr. Bowlen, he's a great owner and a guy I have a lot of respect for. To me, it goes against everything I stood for when I was here. And to see this team get pushed around, it's sickening. It's hard to watch."

The anti-McDaniels sentiment in Denver is growing. (Ron Chenoy/US Presswire) As a Bill Belichick...

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The anti-McDaniels sentiment in Denver is growing. (Ron Chenoy/US Presswire) As a Bill Belichick wannabe who presides over the Denver Broncos’ universe like a hyper-paranoid dictator, Josh McDaniels is viewed as somewhat of a circus act in NFL circles – and never more so than in the last two days, when he tried to play the football world like chumps in the wake of an embarrassing cheating scandal that came to light Saturday morning. First, McDaniels portrayed himself as the emblem of integrity in claiming that since-dismissed video coordinator Steve Scarnecchia filmed a portion of the San Francisco 49ers’ walkthrough before the two teams’ meeting at Wembley Stadium late last month, and that the coach summarily refused to view the illicit tape before Denver’s 24-16 defeat. I talked to several other NFL head coaches, and numerous front-office executives, over the past few days, and the number of them who believe that McDaniels neither ordered the filming nor viewed it is the same as John Blutarsky’s grade-point-average in "Animal House": 0.0. The fact that Scarnecchia had apparently been involved in the Patriots’ Spygate scandal before being hired by McDaniels made the coach’s claims even more dubious. Worst of all was McDaniels’ reaction after being fined $50,000 by the NFL for failing to report the violation (with owner Pat Bowlen receiving a fine of the same amount). Instead of accepting the punishment with humility and being thankful that his employers stood by him publicly, at least for now, McDaniels did what he always does: Tried to bully everyone around him into submission. It’s one thing when Belichick, one of the greatest coaches of his era, flexes his power internally; when a 34-year-old coach who (after Sunday’s 36-33 home defeat to the St. Louis Rams) has lost 16 of his past 21 games is doing a lame Tony Soprano impression, it’s a little tough to stomach. That didn’t stop McDaniels, according to a report by Fox’s Jay Glazer, from telling his assistants at a meeting informing them of the impending cheating revelations on Friday morning, "If this gets out, there are jobs on the line." Smooth move, Josh, and guess what – someone blabbed to Glazer, potential consequences be damned. You’ll be happy to know that I, too, talked to someone in the organization Sunday night who said, "If he treated people right, everybody’d just keep their mouths shut. But when you treat people like a piece of [expletive], this is what happens." I’m sure that when McDaniels reads this – and trust me, he will – his first reaction will be, "Who said this?" And that would the wrong reaction. Instead, McDaniels should ask, "How has this cheating episode affected the people I work with, many of whom will be unfairly associated with this dishonorable behavior? And how can I make it up to them as we try to band together as a staff and get our team to perform well enough over the final five games that we might somehow remain employed past 2010?" Realistically, however, I don’t think McDaniels cares about the professional fate of anyone but himself. Further evidence of this can be found in Glazer’s report that McDaniels told his assistants the Patriots’ taping practices were far worse than the incident for which the Broncos got caught, allegedly saying that what went down in New England "was practiced … was coached … was worked on." I wish McDaniels the best of luck explaining that apparent sellout move and utter lack of gratitude to Belichick, his mentor, and to his former Patriots colleagues and players. And to Bowlen and chief operating officer Joe Ellis – and everyone else in the Denver organization who has been negatively impacted by this embarrassment – I extend my deepest sympathies. There are jobs on the line, all right, and if McDaniels’ position isn’t one of them, the Broncos are pro football’s most gullible organization.

Michael Silver, yahoo sports
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Bring Back the Orange Crush!

Growing up in Colorado, I had no choice but to be a Bronco fan. I bled orange from the get-go, I had no choice. I thought Tom Jackson was my best friend, though I never met him. I thought Louie...

SEASON GETS WORSE EVEN ON OUR BYE WEEK.........

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SEASON GETS WORSE EVEN ON OUR BYE WEEK.........

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This is Your Problem Mr. Bowlen

Personnel decisions are the main issue here aren’t they? Can McD the GM fire McD the Head Coach? This is all too familiar to the last decade of the Shanahan regime. Poor personnel moves equating...

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Anybody as sick as me?

  I love the MHR!! Thanks to all who need thanking! To my estimation that is everyone who logs in - whenever.   Which bring me to this, logging in to read and reply the: valuable; invaluable;...

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