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The Denver Broncos is a franchise that dates back all the way to 1960. With 21 playoff appearances, they managed to win two, back-to-back, Super Bowl championships in 1997 and 1998. You can see them play at home at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High, and get all the news and stats from their official site. Taking a look at the fan sites, blogs, and forums you can get additional insight and information on the upcoming games.

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That's What They Said: Indianapolis Colts HC Chuck Pagano and RB Frank Gore

Broncos place OG Ron Leary on IR; sign TE Matt LaCosse to roster

Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017

BMW Ultimate Performance: Brandon Marshall sets tone as defense delivers

Broncos Injury Report: Domata Peko Sr. practices

Next-Day Notebook: The Colts, no stranger to close games, present challenge on short week

Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Dec. 11, 2017

The Squeeze: Celebrating victory Monday, Ring of Famers congratulate Demaryius Thomas

Watch a replay of the Broncos' win over the Jets

Demaryius Thomas plays 'inspired football' as he moves past Shannon Sharpe

From the Pocket: Trevor Siemian avoids turnovers and finds success

Why it happened: Broncos 23, Jets 0

Cover 4: Broncos race by Jets 23-0 to snap skid

Broncos start fast to earn 13-0 halftime lead over Jets

Injury updates vs. Jets: Justin Simmons out

John Elway 'embarrassed' by Broncos' 3-9 season

Broncos coach Vance Joseph: 'No one has given up'

Broncos take exception to Adam Gase's onside kick call

Talib, Crabtree have suspensions reduced to one game

Aqib Talib, Michael Crabtree each suspended 2 games

Paxton Lynch injures ankle vs. Raiders; Siemian fills in

Jacob Tamme announces retirement after 9 seasons

Broncos to start Paxton Lynch at QB against Raiders

Broncos players take issue with Elway's 'soft' label

Frustration building in Denver with Broncos' offensive scheme

Paxton Lynch in line to serve as Broncos backup