Forty years after guiding the Broncos to their first Super Bowl, Red Miller finally gets his day (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Miller died Sept. 27, before he could see his Ring of Fame pillar unveiled on the steps of Sports Authority Field, before he could sit on the 50-yard line to see his name hung inside the stadium alongside many of his former players, and before he could celebrate his 90th birthday.
The Bengals call Domata Peko "a warrior," but they let him go. Now he's eager to face his old team.(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
If it's difficult for a 325-pound man to walk gracefully along the high road, you wouldn't know it by listening to Domata Peko.
Broncos, City of Denver in New York on Wednesday to propose hosting NFL Draft(Mike Klis, 9 News)
"Along with Visit Denver, we've expressed our interest in hosting a future NFL Draft for several years,'' said Patrick Smyth, the Broncos' executive vice president of public and community relations. "We had a productive visit with the league office on Wednesday to discuss the opportunity and look forward to further dialogue.''
Osweiler on track to start against Bengals; no decision on Paxton Lynch as No. 2(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Osweiler, who has received treatment this week for a right shoulder injury, was limited in Wednesday's practice, but took part fully in Thursday's work.