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Denver Broncos

Stadium: Sports Authority Field | Coach: Gary Kubiak
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th111.6 (15th)291.3 (4th)
Defense3rd79.8 (2nd)225.4 (9th)


Sun Sep 7
W 31 - 24IND
Sun Sep 14
W 24 - 17KC
Sun Sep 21
L 26 - 20at SEA
Sun Oct 5
W 41 - 20ARI
Sun Oct 12
W 31 - 17at NYJ
Sun Oct 19
W 42 - 17SF
Thu Oct 23
W 35 - 21SD
Sun Nov 2
L 43 - 21at NE
Sun Nov 9
W 41 - 17at OAK
Sun Nov 16
L 22 - 7at STL
Sun Nov 23
W 39 - 36MIA
Sun Nov 30
W 29 - 16at KC
Sun Dec 7
W 24 - 17BUF
Sun Dec 14
W 22 - 10at SD
Mon Dec 22
L 37 - 28at CIN
Sun Dec 28
W 47 - 14OAK
Sun Jan 11
L 24 - 13IND


Kansas City9-7-03-3-0
San Diego9-7-02-4-0
Tom Brady on Peyton Manning: 'I certainly hope he comes back'
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

While the football world anxiously awaits official word from Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning about his playing status for the 2015 season, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady -- and longtime Manning rival -- said Thursday he hopes the five-time NFL MVP will continue his career.

"What a great player he's been for this league," Brady said Thursday, per NFL.com. "He's a great competitor, and I've been fortunate to play against him a bunch of times. I certainly hope he comes back, 'cause the league will miss him if he doesn't. But those decisions are up to him. I'm sure it's up to whether he's mentally and physically -- that's what he wants to do. But I certainly hope he's back."

Archie Manning, Peyton's father, told NFL Network on Thursday that his son hasn't made a decision yet.

"Well, Peyton evaluates things; he's pretty good at that," he said. "I can't tell him what to do, and he hasn't told me what he's going to do. But I do know that he's really giving a lot of things a lot of thought. He's thinking about where he is physically, he wants to see how he can do this some more, trying to get over an injury."

Archie added starting over with new Broncos coach Gary Kubiak will not be an issue for Peyton, if he decides to return next season.

"Yeah, but he loves Gary. He likes Gary," Archie Manning said. "He liked John Fox. He liked Adam Gase. All those things, I think, are considered with. But my deal is he's always made good decisions; he's pretty thorough. He's going to evaluate a lot of things, and I think he'll make a good decision."

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Report: Broncos hire Joe Woods as new DB coach
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

The Broncos have hired Joe Woods as the team's new defensive backs coach, according to the Denver Post

Woods has been a defensive backs coach in the NFL since 2004. He started out with the Buccaneers, where he coached for one season. Woods then joined the Vikings, and remained with the club through 2013. He was the Raiders defensive backs coach last season. 

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Broncos hire Wade Phillips as Defensive Coordinator
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

The Broncos have hired Wade Phillips as the team's new Defensive Coordinator, according to the Denver Post. The hire has been confirmed by the team.

Phillips interviewed for the position on Tuesday. He has a history with head coach Gary Kubiak. Phillips served as Kubiak's defensive coordinator in Houston from 2011-2013. He did not coach in the NFL last season. Phillips also served as the Broncos' head coach from 1993-1994. He compiled a 16-16 record. 

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Report: Broncos interviewing Wade Phillips for defensive coordinator
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Wade Phillips, the former Broncos, Bills and Cowboys head coach, is in Denver on Tuesday to interview for the team's defensive coordinator position, reports ESPN's Ed Werder. Phillips served as the Texans' defensive coordinator from 2011-13 under head coach Gary Kubiak, the Broncos' new head man.

Phillips, 67, also has guided defenses with the Chargers, Falcons, Bills, Broncos, Eagles and Saints. He was John Elway's head coach in 1993-94, and now Elway is the one making this hire.

If hired, Phillips would take over a defense that tied for 16th in points allowed (22.1) but ranked third in yards allowed (305.2).

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Broncos hire Rick Dennison as offensive coordinator
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

The Broncos announced Monday they agreed to terms with Rick Dennison to be the team's offensive coordinator. Dennison is a 20-year NFL coaching veteran, with 15 years of experience with the Broncos, including three seasons (2006-08) as Denver’s offensive coordinator.

Dennison spent four years (2010-13) as the offensive coordinator in Houston under Broncos coach Gary Kubiak before being hired in Baltimore last season to coach the team’s quarterbacks. Kubiak was the Ravens offensive coordinator in 2014 before becoming the Broncos coach.

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