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» Peyton Manning officially questionable for Monday night

Dec 20, 2014 - 5:53 PM - by Magnificent Seven
Everyone expects Peyton Manning to start on Monday night in Cincinnati, but officially that’s no sure thing.

The Broncos listed Manning as questionable on the official injury report for Monday’s game against the Bengals. Manning has been getting treatment for a thigh injury and has also battled an illness.

If Manning can’t go, Brock Osweiler would get the nod. Osweiler played briefly — and played poorly — when Manning went to the locker room during Sunday’s win over the Chargers.

Obviously, it would be very, very bad news for the Broncos if there really is a risk that Manning can’t play. But from all indications, there really isn’t any question. Manning may be listed as questionable, but he will play.
http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...artner=ya5nbcs
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» Emmanuel Sanders misses practice with flu-like symptoms

Dec 20, 2014 - 2:16 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Sickness takes aim at schools, daycare centers, workplaces, and, yes, sports locker rooms. One week after Peyton Manning came down with the stomach flu, star receiver Emmanuel Sanders missed Saturday’s practice with flu-like symptoms.

Sanders appeared under the weather on Friday. He didn’t improve and was excused from activity. He has a decent window for recovery since the Broncos don’t play until Monday night in Cincinnati. Andre Caldwell sits behind Sanders on the depth chart. Rookie Cody Latimer has been cleared from the concussion protocol, but has yet to find a niche in the offense as he learns behind veteran receivers.
rest - http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...ymptoms/31654/
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» Offensive balance, trust in the defense

Dec 19, 2014 - 9:25 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Knighton’s growth helped by Del Rio’s presence

Terrance Knighton and Defensive Coordinator Jack Del Rio go way back. When Knighton came into the league in 2009, Del Rio was his head coach in Jacksonville. They were there together for a little over two years, and would reunite in Denver in 2013.

So there’s perhaps no one who has a better understanding of Knighton’s progression since the beginning of his career to where he is now, both on the field and off it. To that point, Knighton won the Denver media’s pick for the eighth-annual Darrent Williams Good Guy Award, which was presented on Friday.

“He's got a big presence. He’s really matured as a football player,” Del Rio said. "I had him when he was a youngster in Jacksonville and he's grown up a lot. He's a good football player and he's a dominant presence for us in the middle of our defense and he does take on that role of leadership and take it serious. He wants to help his teammates, he wants to stand up for his teammates and he wants us to be as good as we can be. And having that kind of support is important.”
rest - plus videos - Gase, Knighton, and DT
http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...1-37744f8eab2b
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» Happy Holidays from the Denver Broncos

Dec 19, 2014 - 9:01 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
The Broncos sent this to season ticket holders. I wanted to share with you guys

http://view.tmclient.ticketmaster.co...6_21731519&r=0
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» Terrance Knighton honored with Darrent Williams Good Guy Award

Dec 19, 2014 - 6:26 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Terrance Knighton may be 335 pounds or so but he’s not so big he can’t appreciate the local media recognizing him as a good guy.

The Broncos’ defensive tackle received the 2014 Darrent Williams Good Guy Award as voted by the Denver chapter of the Pro Football Writers of America. The award is named after Williams, a two-year starting Broncos’ cornerback with an effusive personality who was slain in a drive-by shooting hours after the final game of the 2006 season.

The key to the award is to be accountable and available in good times and in bad.
http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...y-award/31637/
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» Injury update: Peyton Manning, Ryan Clady both limited

Dec 18, 2014 - 8:57 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Quarterback Peyton Manning and offensive tackle Ryan Clady saw limited work Thursday as the Broncos began preparations in earnest for their Monday Night Footballclash at Cincinnati.

Manning said he "felt okay" after leaving to receive additional treatment on the thigh he injured Sunday. Manning went back inside during the period of practice that was open to media.

"Well, yeah, I mean, I was out for part of it," Manning said. "I guess I left during part of the time y’all were there so I could get some treatment. But yeah I was limited in participation today."
rest - http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...c-c99aad55040e
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» Practice / injury updates - Bengals week

Dec 18, 2014 - 1:33 PM - by VonDoom
Chris Hall ‏@BroncosTV 21m21 minutes ago

Peyton Manning just headed inside the building after walk through and stretch.

Troy Renck ‏@TroyRenck 19m19 minutes ago

Again manning left practice to get treatment on thigh injury. No setback. Just normal treatment. No reason for concern yet #Broncos

Chris Hall ‏@BroncosTV 27m27 minutes ago

Tackle Ryan Clady on the field with his helmet to start the stretching period.

Troy Renck ‏@TroyRenck 6m6 minutes ago

Juwan Thompson not practicing. Out here, but watching. Paul Cornick (toe) not practicing. Fox watching intently

Jeff Legwold ‏@Jeff_Legwold 3m3 minutes ago

For #Broncos Manning was on field for walk-through and stretch, went back inside for full practice, given a rest day.

Jeff Legwold ‏@Jeff_Legwold 2m2 minutes ago

For Manning it's right thigh. Expected to practice Friday. Because of Monday game, #Broncos going through what would be a Wed. practice.
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» Free Agency and Draft - 2015

Dec 17, 2014 - 9:36 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Jeff Legwold @Jeff_Legwold · 5h

New league calendar shows free agency begins March 10, Draft April 30-May 2 and one of regional combines at #Broncos complex Feb, 21.
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» Minor roster moves today

Dec 17, 2014 - 4:48 PM - by VonDoom
Broncos brought up S Josh Bush from the PS, re-signed TE Dominique Jones (after we just released him yesterday) and signed G Jon Halapio to the PS.

This article was written before Jones was re-signed, though Legwold confirms on Twitter that we did indeed do that:

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...e-squad/31595/
Jeff Legwold ‏@Jeff_Legwold 7m7 minutes ago

With the #Broncos signing S Josh Bush off the practice squad earlier today and Dominique Jones' return, they're back to 53 on the roster.
Kinda surprised that with our LB issues we didn't bring up Shaq Barrett. Having another S on the roster is a help, though.
3 Replies | 326 Views


» Pro Bowl Voting

Dec 17, 2014 - 3:37 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
Lindsay Jones @bylindsayhjones · 1h

Aaron Rodgers has passed Peyton Manning in fan Pro Bowl voting. Both have a substantial lead over Tom Brady.
5 Replies | 266 Views


» Steve Atwater important in Bradley Roby's life

Dec 17, 2014 - 2:41 PM - by Spiritguy
Looks like Roby has a great roll model.

Steve Atwater chuckles at the memory.

The Broncos' legendary safety was sitting in the stands watching Peachtree Ridge High School play football. The powerhouse Class 5A team from Suwanee, Ga., included Atwater's son, Steve Jr., as well as a swift, hard-hitting, play-making cornerback/wide receiver named Bradley Roby, who would go on to become the Broncos' first-round draft choice in 2014.

"Bradley's mom, Betty, came to every game. She sat right near us," Atwater recalled. "She's very proud of her son, and man, she would talk some noise. She'd be sitting in the stands shouting '4-2-8! 4-2-8!' "

It took Atwater a while before he figured out what Mary Roby was shouting about.

"It was because Bradley ran a 4.28 40-yard dash — in high school, if you can imagine that," Atwater said. "Betty is very proud of her son. Whenever my wife (Letha) talks to Betty, I always tell her, 'Say hello to 4-2-8!' "
http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_27151504/broncos-great-steve-atwater-made-bradley-roby-feel-like-part-family
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» Aqib Talib, Broncos CB, named AFC Defensive Player of the Week

Dec 17, 2014 - 11:23 AM - by Denver Native (Carol)
After recording a season-high eight tackles and snagging an interception to seal a 22-10 win against San Diego on Sunday, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week.

It’s the second time the 28-year-old has received the honor. He won the NFC award with Tampa Bay in 2010.

This is the 27th time a Broncos player has earned the AFC Defensive Player of the Week award, and first since Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie won it last season.
http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...er-week/31591/
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» Patriots Broncos Playoff Rematch

Dec 17, 2014 - 1:51 AM - by WARHORSE
Okay, we havent gotten there yet, yada, yada, yada........nevertheless after watching the game against the Chuggers, Im just at a loss for words. Someone please tell me we are gonna unleash in the playoffs.


There are a few things bothering me that just arent giving me confidence in beating the Pats.......no matter where we play. There are other things that ARE encouraging me. I definitely see a rematch coming for the AFC Championship with the Pats.

Obvservations to this point:


Our offensive line stunk like crazy early on and the Pats game was the first one to really exploit it. Belichick ripped Cornick a new butthole and proved me right. With Cornick in there, Vasquez was repeatedly hung out to dry.
The line is MUCH better with Schoefield in and ManRam at guard, Vasquez at tackle. Also, the exquisite move by Elway to spread the 'responsibility' around by running it more I think will pay off in spades. The defense was just
WAY to lax with Peyton running up the score on everyone. Closer games puts just as much blame on the defense if we lose. So far, I feel the defense has responded.

As much as we are running the ball, every game our Oline has more and more game tape to watch in order to get better. Its one thing to run the ball, but when you can line up and run it when they know youre going to run is another.
I feel like we have a much better chance of being successful at that against the Pats and others with Elways committment to the run. CJ, Thompson and Hillman will all benefit as well.

Our play action in two TE sets will be effective, and if thats effective along with a wide open offense that can play quick ball when we want.....that would really stretch defenses mentally. We need to be able to grind out TOUGH yards if we need to.

Running the ball keeps Peyton healthy during the regular season...perhaps I should say, more healthy. I think we need... [Read More]
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» Broncos can become first team with streak of three 13-win seasons

Dec 16, 2014 - 2:38 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
All those great teams since the NFL expanded to a 16-game season in 1978. The San Francisco 49ers of the 1980s. The Dallas Cowboys of the early 1990s. The Broncos of the late 1990s. The Greatest Show on Turf Rams. Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots of the past 14 seasons.

None of them ever won as many as 13 games three seasons in a row. The 2012-14 Broncos led by Peyton Manning have a chance to make history. The Broncos were 13-3 in 2012 and 13-3 in 2013. They are 11-3 now.

Win their last two games at Cincinnati on Monday night, and home against the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 28 and the Broncos will accomplish the 13-3 trifecta.
rest - http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...seasons/31574/
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» Ware named finalist for inaugural NFL Sportsmanship Award

Dec 15, 2014 - 5:45 PM - by Denver Native (Carol)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – Broncos defensive end DeMarcus Ware is one of eight finalists for the inaugural NFL Sportsmanship Award.

Each team nominated one player earlier this season, and the award looks to recognize players, “Who exemplify outstanding sportsmanship on the field.”

Thomas Davis (Panthers), Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals), Chad Greenway (Vikings), Calvin Johnson (Lions), Troy Polamalu (Steelers), Matthew Slater (Patriots) and Alex Smith (Chiefs) are the other finalists.

Warrick Dunn, Curtis Martin, Leonard Wheeler and former Bronco Karl Mecklenburg comprise the panel of former players who selected the eight finalists from the 32 nominees.
rest - http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-an...3-ccdbd440a22e
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