Peyton manning

On Further Review
Sam the Ram? Roster Spot Not Yet Locked Up
Sam the Ram? Roster Spot Not Yet Locked Up
Michael Sam has outperformed expectations for St. Louis at camp. But the NFL's first openly gay player might be headed to the practice squad instead of the 53-man roster due to the equally impressive play of another long-shot prospect
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
Broncos Report: No Looking Back
Broncos Report: No Looking Back
The reigning AFC champs underwent major reconstruction since that game in February and have looked as formidable as ever this summer. But, oh, those creaking 30-something bones . . .
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
Five Things I Think I Think: Denver Broncos
Five Things I Think I Think: Denver Broncos
By Peter King
MMQB Fantasy
Fantasy Check: August 20
Fantasy Check: August 20
Top fantasy tips from the training camp tour this week: avoid quarterbacks, tight end values, and a huge season coming for one Seahawk
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Silicon Valley Victory
Silicon Valley Victory
The 49ers debut their new digs, and establish a new standard in the NFL. Plus, Blake Bortles makes things difficult in Jacksonville, a look inside the growing penalty problem and more notes from Week 2 of the preseason
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
The Next Great Coach
The Next Great Coach
He’s obsessive in the film room, and his defense embarrassed Peyton Manning on the game’s biggest stage. But what really has Seattle coordinator Dan Quinn on the fast track is the trusting relationships he builds with players
By Robert Klemko
Muscle and Medicine
Stem Cell Treatment: Out from the Shadows, Onto the Cutting Edge
Stem Cell Treatment: Out from the Shadows, Onto the Cutting Edge
The Jets’ Chris Johnson is one of hundreds of NFL players who’ve turned to stem cells to aid in recovery from injury. It may be the next big breakthrough in the treatment of sports ailments, but for now the use of such therapy is strictly limited in the U.S.—and questions about effectiveness outweigh the answers
By Jenny Vrentas
Inner Game
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
The Secret to Being a Good O-Line Coach is C.O.O.L.
Offensive line is the least glamorous position in the NFL, and coaching it is not a star turn either. But amid the anonymity is a group bond that extends beyond team borders. Welcome to the annual Coaches of Offensive Linemen clinic
By Greg A. Bedard
Going Long
Building a Better Bronco
Building a Better Bronco
Three years ago, John Elway's hiring brought questions of Denver's intent. Would the former face of the franchise just be a figurehead? Three straight playoff appearances and a Super Bowl berth later, the answer is clear: Nope
By Joan Niesen
Monday Morning Quarterback
How Did I Get Here?
How Did I Get Here?
Khalil Mack went from playing one year of high school football to becoming the fifth pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Oakland Raiders rookie retraces his steps and dishes on teammates, his biggest motivation and the QBs on his sack list
By Khalil Mack