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T Winston Justice signed a one-year contract to remain with the Broncos.

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NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT Just over 12 hours after signing cornerback Aqib Talib for $57 million, the Broncos made another splash by signing defensive end DeMarcus Ware to a three-year, $30 million deal. Ware will earn $20 million guaranteed over the lifetime of the deal, including $13 million next season, matching what he would have made in Dallas.

Broncos to release 12-time Pro Bowler Bailey: report

(Reuters) - Twelve-time Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey will be released by the Denver Broncos, according to a report on the National Football League website on Thursday. Bailey, 35, met with Broncos general manager John Elway and head coach John Fox on Wednesday at the team's headquarters and was told that the club was ready to move on without him, the website reported, citing a league source. There was no discussion about reworking the final $10 million remaining on his contract, the player said.

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NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT Sure, Denver Broncos coach John Fox is dealing with the frustration that one can expect to extract from losing in the Super Bowl by a lopsided margin. But 18 days after the humbling 43-8 shellacking to the Seahawks, he wasn't moping about what contributed to the result.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT Sure, Denver Broncos coach John Fox is dealing with the frustration that one can expect to extract from losing in the Super Bowl by a lopsided margin. But 18 days after the humbling 43-8 shellacking to the Seahawks, he wasn't moping about what contributed to the result.

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NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT A Denver Broncos public-relations staffer had already said, "Last question," and head coach John Fox had already answered it. It looked as if the season-ending press conference for Fox and executive vice president John Elway was over. Then, Elway piped up. "And I'll say one thing," Elway interjected, and he was on with a rambling statement that was part reflection, part assessment and part manifesto for the next 12 months.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT A Denver Broncos public-relations staffer had already said, "Last question," and head coach John Fox had already answered it. It looked as if the season-ending press conference for Fox and executive vice president John Elway was over. Then, Elway piped up. "And I'll say one thing," Elway interjected, and he was on with a rambling statement that was part reflection, part assessment and part manifesto for the next 12 months.

NFL: Broncos reward Elway with three-year extension

Despite his team being humbled by Seattle in the Super Bowl, Denver Broncos' owner Pat Bowlen was happy enough to reward John Elway with a three-year contract extension. The National Football League club announced Wednesday that Elway's deal as president of football operations has been extended through the 2017 season and the Hall of Fame quarterback will also be given the title of general manager, duties he was basically handling already anyway.

Denver Broncos - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Denver Broncos - INSIDE SLANT A Denver Broncos public-relations staffer had already said, "Last question," and head coach John Fox had already answered it. It looked as if the season-ending press conference for Fox and executive vice president John Elway was over. Then, Elway piped up. "And I'll say one thing," Elway interjected, and he was on with a rambling statement that was part reflection, part assessment and part manifesto for the next 12 months.

Life goes on for Denver's Fox after Super Bowl loss

By Steve Keating EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (Reuters) - John Fox would have loved nothing more than to have walked out of MetLife Stadium as a Super Bowl champion on Sunday but the Denver Broncos coach knows life goes on even after a crushing 43-8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
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