A man claiming to be a minority owner of the Broncos was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing on Monday after reportedly refusing a security officer's multiple requests to leave the facility, per the Denver Post. Cordell Robinson, 36, allegedly threatened to "get" general manager John Elway and the security officer after he was asked to leave a second time by the officer, per Julie Brooks, said a spokeswoman for Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office via the Post. Robinson allegedly claimed he owned a 20-percent stake in the team. Robinson allegedly entered the media room of the UCHealth Training Center at 7:13 a.m. and was taking pictures of a trophy cabinet when first found by the
FOXBORO - A long, detailed, well-written, behind-the-scenes look at Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels achieves two things. The article, written for Bleacher Report by longtime NFL reporter Dan Pompei , investigates the growth of McDaniels as a person and coach since his ill-fated run as Denver Broncos head coach. And it serves as a de facto announcement of McDaniels’ suitability and availability as a head coaching candidate after 2016. McDaniels deserves the recognition and the second chance. Mistakes and miscalculations he made when he was 33 and 34 shouldn’t be a millstone for the rest of his coaching career. If second chances weren’t given to Bill Belichick, Mike Shanahan and Tony
Former Denver Bronco and Indianapolis Colt quarterback Peyton Manning helped promote American football in China on Wednesday, meeting young aspiring players ahead of the launch of the country's new league. Manning, who retired after steering the Broncos to Super Bowl victory in February, is visiting the country ahead of the start of the China Arena Football League (CAFL) this weekend. Coaching at a quarterback clinic in Beijing, Manning said there was great potential for the CAFL to succeed.