The excitement level around Denver Broncos headquarters and among the legions of Broncos fans is palpable at this time, obviously fueled by the acquisition of quarterback Peyton Manning.
(Actually, despite the Associated Press stylistic guide, it probably is never necessary to use the adjective “quarterback” when saying Peyton Manning. He just is).
The preseason schedule has been released and while the firm dates are yet to be announced we know that the Broncos will kick things off in Chicago, then play home games against Seattle and San Francisco before traveling to Arizona to close out preseason play.
And last Tuesday in New York City Nike and the National Football League unveiled the new uniforms for all 32 teams.