Super Bowl Roundup: Peyton, Wes and the Crew

Manning doesn't want to talk about his legacy; Welker says he'd play the season's biggest game with a concussion.
January 29 2014, 9:30 AM

With four days to go to the big game, it's all Denver Broncos, all the time. Here are some notes from media day in New Jersey.

Peyton Manning is good, but don't ask him about his place among the all-time greats.

Wes Welker would put his health at risk to play in the Super Bowl.

Receiver Julius Thomas is grateful for—wait for it....Brady Quinn.

A video game says Broncos over the Seattle Seahawks by five.

The clock is ticking on Champ Bailey's career and now is the time to grab that elusive first championship. But don't think he doesn't know his place in NFL history.

Denver backup quarterback Brock Osweiler is 6-foot-million-and-a-half and he's been tapped to imitate Seattle's 5-foot-11 starting quarterback Russell Wilson in practice. Needless to say, that's been a challenge for the league's tallest offensive player.

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie isn't down with Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman's assessment of his own greatness.

Kicker Matt Prater has been sick, but now says he's ready to play.

A former NFL commissioner says Broncos' owner Pat Bowlen is a top-5 owner.

Here's a nice rundown on Manning and John Elway.

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