Good Morning, Broncos fans! As always, please check our recap for updated links on Sunday's win.
Montee Ball remains sidelined as he recovers from his appendectomy, but hopes to receive medical clearance today.
But according to Mike Klis, the Broncos may keep Ball out for another week, even if he's cleared medically.
It’s too bad the preseason means about as much as a political campaign ad. If things were different, the Broncos would be the hottest team in the NFL right now. In consecutive weeks, they’ve dispatched the Seahawks and 49ers, arguably the two toughest teams in the NFC.
Still, it’s okay to keep hope alive. The Broncos are going to be the frontrunners for awhile—at least until the playoffs.
And don’t forget, they’re still short veterans Chris Harris and Von Miller.
Who said politics can’t be fun?
Peyton Manning (120.8 QB rating), Brock Osweiler (125.5), and Zac Dysert (116.9) were impressive and efficient, while the defensive and kick coverage units added four turnovers and eight passes defensed.
Kayvon Webster (ankle) and Emmanuel Sanders (thigh) were held out, while rookie linebacker Lamin Barrow departed with what is being called a severely bruised lower right leg.
Join me below the fold for as much Live Blog as I can give you today. I'm likely to have to cut out at some point, due to some friends passing through my town, but I'll hang until they get here.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver continues its preseason today at Levi's Stadium in
San Francisco Santa Clara.
Kayvon Webster suffered an ankle sprain on Saturday and will not play.
The second-year corner had a particularly strong camp, but is likely to miss much of the week's practices against the Texans.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Denver finished training camp with an unpadded practice on Friday and will continue the preseason Sunday afternoon in San Francisco.
Going forward, weekly practice schedules will largely mirror the regular season format.
Friday's was a rough session for Brock Osweiler, who figures to get plenty more playing time tomorrow.
Sometimes it’s fate, karma, written in the stars, or whatever you prefer. Brandon Markieth Marshall was born on Sept 10, 1989 in Las Vegas, NV.
Vegas, love or hate it, has Lady Luck for its unofficial deity. An injury that’s bad for the Broncos has another side. A player drafted in 2012 by Jacksonville and waived three times now has first shot at a possible starting job on a SB contender. He lived on and off Jacksonville and Denver’s practice squads, which may be a blessing. He's had time to learn.
Denver has a plethora of options in Lamin Barrow, Lerentee McCray, Corey Nelson, and others. Marshall earned his second squad berth behind the injured Danny Trevathan; now he's going to try and hold off all comers to win the starting slot at the Will.
Happy Friday, Broncos fans! The team received some good news on Thursday, as C.J. Anderson was cleared from his concussion in time to practice.
According to Anderson, it's the first concussion he's ever suffered.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! According to Mark Maske of the Washington Post, the NFL may increase punishments for domestic abusers.
Reacting to intense criticism of Ray Rice's two-game ban, the league is considering a four- to six-game penalty for first offenders, and a one-year suspension for repeat abusers.
These changes would reportedly be implemented within a matter of weeks; the NFLPA has reportedly not been involved in the process.