With Von Miller's contract situation cleared up, Emmanuel Sanders is the next Broncos player in line for a new deal. The receiver is set to enter the final year of his contract.
Fact: Von Miller signed a 6-year, $114.5M contract with the Denver Broncos on Friday, $70M of which is guaranteed. That is the most guaranteed money for a defensive player in NFL history...
All summer we heard about the distance between Von Miller and the Denver Broncos over long-term contract negotiations, and it became a very public battle. It ended well in a whopper contract extension for Miller, and as Yahoo's Charles Robinson noted — it had to go that far for Miller to get what he
Denver linebacker Von Miller agreed to a six-year, $114.5 million deal with the Broncos on Friday that will make him the NFL's highest paid defensive player. A record $70 million is guaranteed in the contract, which came hours before the NFL's deadline for clubs to come to terms on long-term
Money and guaranteed commitment purchased some renewed smiles for the Denver Broncos and linebacker Von Miller on Friday. Miller got his money and Denver locked in a Super Bowl MVP who was vocal about remaining a Bronco. The Broncos are gritting their teeth on a six-year, $114.5 million contract that
Von Miller and the Denver Broncos have wanted this deal done from the first time they exchanged ideas in February. Now they can finally move forward.
The Denver Broncos and the Super Bowl MVP Von Miller have agreed to the largest contract for a defensive player in league history, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter and multiple reports.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Von Miller has agreed to a blockbuster $114.5 million contract with the Denver Broncos that includes $70 million in guarantees and makes him the highest-paid nonquarterback in NFL history.
The Denver Broncos placed the franchise tag on superstar linebacker Von Miller before the 2016 season but intended to lock him up to a long-term deal...
The Von Miller Victory Tour has one more stop: the Denver Broncos' headquarters, to sign his long-awaited, well-earned new contract. Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson reported Miller and the Broncos agreed to a six-year contract. Mike Klis of KUSA has a breakdown of the contract, which makes Miller the
Von Miller and the Denver Broncos have agreed to terms on a six-year deal worth $114.5 million with $70 million in guarantees, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
While sentiment is growing that the Denver Broncos and reigning Super Bowl MVP Von Miller will finalize a deal in time (after a few months of acrimony), another player has grown increasingly frustrated. Rob Roche, the agent for Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Thursday
The Denver Broncos have upped their offer to Von Miller by offering to guarantee the Super Bowl MVP a record $70 million of the six-year deal, a person with knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity to share candid details of the blockbuster
A source familiar with the talks said Thursday night that he was "optimistic" the deal with Von Miller gets done by a 4 p.m. ET Friday deadline.
Ian Rapoport reports that Denver's most recent offer includes $59 million of fully guaranteed money in the first nine months and that the two parties are "closing in on a deal."
Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe said he took a "significant haircut" to stay in Denver and mentioned "some people don't feel that way." Was he taking a subtle jab at teammate Von Miller?
Denver Broncos teammate Chris Harris Jr. believes Von Miller and the franchise will come to an agreement before Friday's deadline, but he is ready for Miller to refuse the franchise tag.
The simple, yet complicated, question regarding Von Miller 's negotiations with the Denver Broncos comes down to this: Is Miller better off gambling by sitting out a season or taking the one-year, $14...
In an interview with ESPN on Monday, Denver Broncos superstar pass-rusher Von Miller reiterated that he won't play under the franchise tag in 2016 and spoke about his issues with the NFL policy...
Denver Broncos OLB Von Miller: This has been the most acrimonious negotiation of the bunch. Miller wants more guaranteed money, and the Broncos have reportedly have offered to guarantee the third year of the deal. Yahoo's Charles Robinson reported weeks ago that Miller was agreeable to the basic terms: six years and $114.5 million.
The Denver Broncos have boosted their offer to Von Miller, a person with knowledge of the proposal has told The Associated Press. The person, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because negotiations are ongoing, said the new proposal was submitted to Miller's agent, Joby Branion, on Friday and moves up the date at which more money would be guaranteed. The sides have a week to work out...
The Denver Broncos and Von Miller seemingly realize something, with their July 15 deadline coming up fast. According to ESPN's Ed Werder the Broncos and Miller planned to meet Friday, one week before the deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign a long-term deal.
Von Miller has stolen the show when it comes to offseason contract sagas in The Mile High City, but it appears the Denver Broncos are pumping the brakes on Emmanuel Sanders contract talks -- for now.
Von Miller and the Denver Broncos have less than two weeks to work out a long-term deal. Since he has been franchised, he's only able to negotiate with one team.
Von Miller is in a contract stalemate with the Denver Broncos, so the linebacker decided he'd see how he'd look as a member of the Golden State Warriors.
Coming out of the club's offseason program, running back C.J. Anderson made it clear that life without Peyton Manning would include a newfound emphasis on the ground game for the Broncos.
Denver Broncos safety T.J. Ward weighed in on the team's ongoing quarterback battle on Tuesday. Ward said on NFL Network's "Total Access" the trio is "pretty even" heading into training camp.
Broncos GM John Elway called Von Miller over the July 4 weekend to express his willingness to work out a long-term deal with the Super Bowl 50 MVP, league sources told ESPN.
The Broncos reached out to Von Miller to open dialogue on a new contract ahead of next week's deadline. Will negotiations begin in earnest over the next few days?
Tickets to watch U.S. professional football team the Denver Broncos, the winners of the 2016 Super Bowl, may be a hot commodity, but an auction for their stadium's naming rights ended this week without any bids being received. The stadium in Denver is called Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, named after the eponymous sporting goods retailer in 2011.
Denver Broncos Shiloh Keo plead guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge Friday stemming from his arrest in Idaho in February, according to court records obtained by NFL Media.
A new report says Donald Trump used money from his own charity to purchase an autographed Tim Tebow helmet and jersey four years ago during a charity auction for the Susan J. Komen Foundation. Citing a review of Trump's charitable records, The Washington Post reported Friday that the $12,000 bill for the then-Denver Broncos quarterback's memorabilia was paid by the Donald J. Trump Foundation. T...
No matter what happens in the Von Miller extension talks, there's bound to be a ripple effect in the Broncos' locker room.
The Denver Broncos are Super Bowl champions, and they will defend their title to the best of their abilities this year. So many changes happened this offseason that the team will have a much different look—on both sides of the ball—in 2016...
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