Ware explains his retirement: 'I can't let one passion overrule my sense' (Peter King, The MMQB)
"… It's hard. Football has been great for me. I love football. Always will. Heck yeah, I want to get out there and play. But I can't let passion overrule my sense. I am walking away with respect. I gave the fans, I gave my family, I gave my teammates everything I had every game. One hundred percent. One … hundred … percent."
Can Ray fill the void left by Ware? (Nicki Jhabvala and Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
It's time for Shane Ray to shine. Is he ready?**
Broncos need to fill hole at LT (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
"It's still open. We're not done," Elway said. "Last time I heard, we don't go to camp until July. We don't have that fixed just yet. But we'll figure out how to get that done."
Peko: The new Samson of the Broncos interior defense (Mike Klis, 9News)
Peko is the Samson of the NFL. After he spent 11 seasons in Cincinnati, Bengal fans may have looked at him only as a dynamic nose tackle. He's not there, yet, with those who follow the Denver Broncos.
Broncos working toward answer to biggest offseason question (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
In short, the offense needs to have a little of that don't-start-none-there-won't-be-none swagger the Broncos' defense has carried around over the past two seasons.
Broncos say it again: They like the QBs they have here (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Yes, John Elway keeps saying it. Yes, Vance Joseph keeps saying it.