Manning will root for many teams this NFL season](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/26/peyton-manning-will-root-for-6-nfl-teams-in-2016/) (Hugh Johnson, Denver Post)
Peyton Manning's days as an NFL player may have come to an end, but that doesn't mean the former Broncos and Colts quarterback won't have a dog in the fight come September. In fact, he will have at least six.
Would you rather have Mack's future or Miller's present? (ESPN.com)*
Does Miller's 60 sacks in five seasons with a Super Bowl win and Super Bowl MVP award outweigh what Mack might do in the next three seasons? The answer right now is yes, it does. *
Welcome to Dr. Z week (Peter King, MMQB.com)*
It won't surprise me if Elway stands firm on a one-year tag, causing Miller to either play for the franchise number or not play anywhere. The guess here: Deal gets done with a couple hours to spare. *
Cardinals, Texans headline teams that could win first Super Bowl (Adam Schein, NFL.com)
2016 could be the year in sports to reverse the curse, to stop the pain for some other long-suffering fan bases.
Starting from the bottom is nothing new for Frazier (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
There's a bit of Memphis flavor in the air of Dove Valley this season and it's not just in the form of first-round pick Paxton Lynch. Mose Frazier, Lynch's teammate at Memphis, is a true, down-home Memphis man. A hometown kid who played for the hometown team and helped put them back on the map.
Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com
Mason's top five Broncos safeties (Andrew Mason)
One man's take on the best to anchor the Broncos defense.
Mason's Mailbag (Andrew Mason)
Mason answers questions on the tight end competition and Paxton Lynch's arm strength.