Derek Wolfe and Malik Jackson: Better together
Wolfe and Jackson stunt, twist and draw double-teams. On the Broncos' last four sacks, Jackson attracted one double-team and Wolfe drew three. The calculus is simple: if one attracts two blockers, the others -- including Miller and Ware -- get one-on-ones.
Denver Broncos defense will give Patriots, Tom Brady biggest test yet
The Republican - masslive.com (blog)
Among the Broncos offseason additions are former Patriot corner Aqib Talib and sturdy 6-foot-4, 258-pound defensive end DeMarcus Ware, who has seven sacks. Ware, coupled with linebacker Von Miller, whose nine sacks are second most in the league, ...
Broncos vs. Patriots preview
The Denver Broncos visit the New England Patriots in the regular season for the third straight year. As usual, it's one of the most highly anticipated games on the NFL schedule. Why three regular-season matchups in a row in New England? It's simply a ...
Von Miller named AFC Defensive Player of the Month
The Broncos' defense as a whole limited its opponents to league-low 258.8 yards per game during October, going 4-0 in that span. This marks the second time Miller has won the award (November, 2012) in his career, joining Champ Bailey as the only ...
Packers complete purchase of Citgo service station
Green Bay Press Gazette
Three other parcels — the sites of The Blind Ref restaurant, the Road Star Inn and a large billboard near the Blind Ref — are not listed as owned by the Packers. If the team acquires them, it will have unbroken ownership of land fronting Lombardi ...
Green Bay Packers 3 reasons for optimism 3 reasons for pessimism
Rodgers can't be expected to always be great, but when he is, it usually leads to Packers wins. He even makes Green Bay's defense better, because it's when the Packers begin to take big leads that the defense has played its best football. If Rodgers ...
Starter Pack: NFC North favorites no more
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Packers' stranglehold on the NFC North could be coming to end. At least that's the way the number crunchers over at ESPN's FiveThirtyEight.com see things. According to their Elo rankings, which are based on a system developed by ...
Former Green Bay Packers P Don Bracken Dead At 52
He signed with the Packers in 1985, replacing Joe Prokop, and averaged 40.5 yards per punt in seven games that season. Bracken remained with Green Bay until training camp in 1991, when he was beaten out by Paul McJulien for the punting job.