Who leads this Broncos comeback? Give me John Elway. You take the field.](http://gazette.com/article/1618277?TCSCREF) (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)*
*Really, only one guarantee springs to mind: there's no one on this football-loving planet I'd rather lead a comeback. Give me No. 7. You take the field.
**Broncos' John Elway identifies quarterback as top priority, expands Kubiak's role**(Troy Renck, KMGH)
In his first public comments since his worst season as a general manager, John Elway showed humility, honesty and candor as he attempts to execute a rebound.
**Denver Broncos Will Keep Ticket Prices The Same**(Staff, CBS 4)
Denver Broncos President and CEO Joe Ellis made the announcement in the form of a letter on Tuesday morning and referenced the "disappointment for not reaching our goals after a promising start to the season."
**Elway: Joseph won back job with re-interview two weeks ago**(Mike Klis, 9 News)
Two weeks ago, Elway and Joseph had a heart-to-heart, closed-door talk. It was after discussion that Elway said he started to become convince to stick with Joseph.
**Broncos may be closer to a rebuild than a reboot this time around**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The tone of things was far different, and the Broncos look far closer to a rebuild of sorts than they do a reboot. They had an eight-game losing streak this season, lost four games by at least 20 points, suffered their first shutout loss in a quarter century and don't have a long-term answer at quarterback.
**Terrell Owens, Randy Moss headline 15 finalists for Hall of Fame class of 2018**(Sean Wagner McGough, CBS Sports)
From 108 to 27 to 15. The list of candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2018 continues to shrink.