” I see the speed that I got to see when I played with him,” Ware said of Miller. “It’s not the brute strength, let’s run this dude over [attitude]. No, [it’s] ‘I’m just going to run around you, dip and rip and I’m going to get to the quarterback.’ I see that guy back… Continue reading ‘Still that dude, even in Year 11’: DeMarcus Ware sees vintage speed, determined mentality from Von Miller
“Over the last two seasons, Simmons has the No. 1 overall PFF grade at the position and is the only safety who has put up a 90.0-plus grade over that time,” Sam Monson wrote.
“I don’t know what you guys were doing at 15, but I definitely wasn’t leading marches for peace in my neighborhood and thinking about what I could do for the betterment of my community,” Justin Simmons said.
Broncos Team Historian Jim Saccomano reflects on the history of the Denver Broncos Ring of Fame after it announced its 35th member will be Peyton Manning.
“Jerry Jeudy of the Denver Broncos is just your friendly neighborhood wide receiver trying to go about the business of turning his flash-of-brilliance, flash-of-struggles rookie season into much, much more,” Jeff Legwold wrote.
Spencer’s punt-return average last season was second in the NFL last season among returners with at least 16 returns in 2020.
“No team improved its secondary more than the Broncos this offseason,” PFF’s Ben Linsey wrote.
“I don’t want those years with Peyton to be the highlight of my career,” Miller said. “I think we’ve got some special stuff brewing, I think we’ve got some special games coming. Me personally, I think I’ve got more to prove and more to give to Broncos Country.”
Manning was chosen as the 35th member of the Ring of Fame.
“Von looks like he’s in his prime,” Paton said.