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Good Evening, Broncos fans! We already covered the new injuries from today's practice (photos); CB Tracy Porter (illness) also joined LB Keith Brooking (hamstring), LB Danny Trevathan (ankle), and S Jim Leonhard (knee) on the sideline.

WR Andre Caldwell and defensive lineman Jamie Blatnick excelled in the morning session; the team will hold a walkthrough this evening, and Thursday will mark the final public practice of this year's training camp.

DE Elvis Dumervil apparently exhibited what is now becoming his trademark temper today, when he got into a tiff with RB Knowshon Moreno; D.J. Williams was again called to action with the injuries to Trevathan and Brooking.


John Fox, Joe Mays, and Wesley Woodyard (video) spoke after practice; Eric Decker appeared on NFLN this morning to discuss PMFM and Teebs.

Quinton Carter says he's hoping to be back in action for the Broncos' third preseason game, against the Niners.

Rahim Moore says he's taking notes on what he's learning from his veteran secondary mates and Peyton Manning.


The NFL is finally switching its gameday headsets over to digital technology.

Giants DT Shaun Rogers has a blood clot in his leg; Bears LB Brian Urlacher had his left knee scoped; Steelers WR Mike Wallace is expected to report to the team prior to the opener in Denver; Cleveland claimed defensive lineman Ronnie Cameron off waivers from Chicago; Jacksonville signed CB Mike Holmes.

RB Cedric Benson says the Raiders, as expected, were among the teams that made him an offer before he signed with the Packers.

John Skelton is expected to win the Cards starting QB job, because winning is all he does.


Doug Farrar is about as excited as we are about the possibility of replacement officials sticking around for the regular season. You know, these owners and their record profits, and the Ginger Hammer, they really care about the integrity and quality of the game.

Now that the Saints and Mickey Loomis have been cleared by the Louisiana state police of accusations of wiretapping, attention now shifts to the journalistic integrity of ESPN and reporter John Barr.

PFF season previews of the CardsFalcons, Ravens, Bills, Bears, Bengals, Browns, Cowboys, Lions, Packers, Texans, Colts, Jaguars, and Chiefs; Drew Magary on the Bengals; Christmas Ape checks on the Packers.

Following Ben Stockwell's evaluation of the top ten picks from their preseason debuts, Khaled Elsayed analyzes the play of the rest of the first-rounders.

Charles Pierce chronicles a day spent at Patriots training camp.

Don Banks lists his winners/losers from the preseason's first week, while the always understated Peter King suggests we not make a big deal of it.


Former friend Eddie Royal has missed most of training camp with a groin injury.

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