John Elway, who earlier this year endorsed Neil Gorsuch for a spot on the Supreme Court under a Broncos logo, wants to "take the politics out of football."
Sandy Clough, a radio host with 104.3 The Fan, reported that the Denver Broncos were "aggressively pursuing" a trade for Cincinnati Bengals quarterback A.J. McCarron.
John Elway has been enormously successful since he rejoined the Denver Broncos in a front-office role.
Elway, who guided the Broncos to two Super Bowl wins as a player, was named general manager and executive vice president on Jan. 5, 2011.
"This will always be my home," Elway said. "I am not going anywhere."
With the 51st pick of the NFL draft, No. 7 was looking for a change of fortune in his seventh season as architect of the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos are well positioned to spend when the 2017 NFL league year officially begins at 2 p.m. MT Thursday. Right now, they have the 10th-most cap space in football, according to overthecap.com.
John Elway was in Washington D.C. last week to attend the presidential inauguration.
John Elway and Vance Joseph shared a nice meal together in the latest episode of “As the Broncos Turn”
The Broncos (read: John Elway) dined with Joseph at Elway's steak house in Cherry Creek Thursday evening, according to 7 News.
Kubiak asked that Elway listen as his buddy, not his boss. And he told him he'd decided this 100-hour-a-week coaching gig was taking too big a toll on his health, so he was going to walk away after the season.
He's watched draft picks flounder and free agents falter, seen some of his best players sidelined by injuries and witnessed Peyton Manning's successor struggle to stay safe behind a spongy offensive line. Yet, John Elway's Denver Broncos are 7-3 at their bye.
John Elway has been named the honorary chairman of the 39th U.S. Senior Open, which will be held at the Broadmoor Golf Club in Colorado Springs in 2018.