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John Elway’s search for a quarterback continues

With Joe Flacco joining Drew Lock on injured reserve, the Broncos head into Sunday’s game against the Browns with two quarterbacks, Brandon Allen and Brett Rypien, who haven’t thrown a single pass in the NFL.

John Elway insists Joe Flacco is still in his prime at age 34

Broncos general manager John Elway says Joe Flacco is in his prime at age 34. The Broncos introduced their new quarterback five weeks after they struck a deal with Baltimore to acquire the 2013 Super Bowl winner. Flacco says he appreciates Elway’s faith because he also feels his best years are ahead of him in Denver.

John Elway may be calling around for backup QB, but it won’t be Colin Kaepernick

Denver Broncos general manager John Elway is trying to determine if he has his backup quarterback on his roster. Paxton Lynch has flopped this summer and Chad Kelly gets his chance this weekend against the Bears. If Elway doesn’t feel Kelly is ready to win games in a pinch, he’ll go get a veteran, but he insists Colin Kaepernick isn’t on his call list.

Denver Broncos have refurbished digs but best upgrade is on offense

When the Denver Broncos reported to training camp they were met by cushy new team and position meeting rooms and an expanded training room that features two cryogenic chambers and a flotation pod along with other amenities courtesy of a $9.5 million facilities face-lift that capped a five-year, $45 million renovation. An even bigger upgrade is the $56 million one on offense.

Broncos learned their lessons from Super Bowl letdowns

Two years after taking the league’s No. 1 offense to the Super Bowl, the Denver Broncos bring the NFL’s No. 1 defense, one that battered Tom Brady with an incredible 23 hits Sunday, into the Super Bowl against the Carolina Panthers.

Giants keeping Coughlin

New York Giants co-owner John Mara says Tom Coughlin will return to coach the team next season. Mara spoke after the Giants failed for the second straight year to make the playoffs. He said there was “never any doubt” that Coughlin would be back.