Watch: "Letters from Peyton" unveiled last night by ESPN (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
On Wednesday during the ESPYs, where Manning was honored with the Icon Award, ESPN unveiled another version of "Letters From Peyton." Enjoy. *
Parks channels his inner Creed (Aaron Matas, KUSA)
It doesn't get easier in the NFL. So with training camp looming, Will turned to DaVarryl Williamson. The former heavyweight fighter now runs a gym in Englewood and has trained Broncos in the past.
Von wins gold at the NFL Summer Games (NFL.com)
American football isn't an Olympic sport -- yet. But with the world's best athletes set to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio, we thought we'd get in on the fun by holding a medal competition at nine key positions.
Manning honored with an exceptional cast at ESPYs (WATE6 ABC)
Singer Justin Timberlake presented "Vol For Life" Peyton Manning with the Icon award. Of course, Manning decided to honor another "Vol For Life," Pat Summitt.
AFC West Q&A: Who will be the division MVP? (ESPN.com)
It's time to take Von Miller at his word. And Miller has said no matter what happened in his contract negotiations, he planned on showing up and playing the 2016 season to "prove it was not just a one-year thing.'' He could have been talking about the Broncos' Super Bowl win or the level of play he reached in the team's postseason, a collection of sacks, forced fumbles and an interception of a Tom Brady pass that propelled the Broncos to the title.
Broncos named 26th most valuable franchise (Kurt Badenhausen, Forbes)
The average franchise in the top 50 is worth $2.2 billion versus $1.75 billion a year ago. The breakdown by sport is 27 NFL teams (versus 20 last year), seven MLB (versus 12), eight NBA (versus 10) and eight European soccer (versus seven).
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Manning honored with ESPY Icon Award (Aric DiLalla)
*Peyton Manning was named one of three winners of this year's ESPY Icon Award, given "for the indelible mark they have made on the world of sports." *
Countdown to camp: Rookies making an impact (Broncos TV)
Broncos TV's Matt Boyer, Phil Milani, and Andrew Mason examine the 2016 Broncos rookie class and predict which rookies could have the biggest impact on the 2016 season.