Terrence Knighton RUMORS & NEWS

  • Brady unfazed by Broncos Knighton's SB guarantee

    ESPN.com "Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a simple reply when asked about Broncos defensive tackle Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton's so-called Super Bowl guarantee: "It doesn't matter what you say. It matters what you do." "Pot Roast is a big man, so I would never say anything that would get him mad at..." December 17

  • Terrance Knighton guarantees a Broncos Super Bowl victory

    Denver Post "Nothing can stop Denver from winning the Super Bowl, according to Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton. The great and powerful "Pot Roast" put everybody in the NFL from New England to Seattle on notice: The lone way this season will end is with the Broncos lifting the Lombardi..." December 15

  • Broncos DT Terrance Knighton Seeking New Contract

    NFL Trade Rumors "Brandon Krisztal of the Denver Post reports that a source close to Broncos DT Terrance Knighton has informed him that Knighton and his representatives believe he has outperformed his contract and are looking for a new deal. Knighton, 27, signed a two-year contract worth $4.5 million and will..." February 11

  • Knighton researches Unger’s personal life for trash talk material

    Pro Football Talk "Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton will go head to head with Seahawks center Max Unger in the Super Bowl. Knighton also plans to have his mouth in Unger’s ear. Knighton told reporters today that he’s been watching a lot of tape of Unger to see how other defensive tackles do against..." January 30

  • Terrance Knighton: San Diego loss showed us we couldn’t just show up in playoffs

    Pro Football Talk "It probably comes as no surprise to you to learn that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning generated the most attention at Broncos Media Day on Tuesday. Somewhere behind the scrum waiting to hear from Manning were members of the Broncos defense, a group that hasn’t gotten nearly as much attention..." January 28

  • Terrance Knighton ready to lead Broncos' push vs. Pats

    USA Today "It may not be enough for Terrance Knighton to consistently win man-on-man battles in the trenches to make a difference in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. It will probably take more than that. "I can handle two," assured the Denver Broncos' powerful, 335-pound nose tackle. The double-team..." January 19