Knowshon and Larsen limited Lard 10-15-10

Happy Friday, Broncos fans! Knowshon Moreno and Spencer Larsen were limited participants yesterday in practice, while Mario Haggan and Andre Brown were full participants. Once again, Demaryius Thomas did not practice as he recovers from a concussion. Jamal Williams apparently practiced rather than take his customary Thursday off. Hopefully this means he’s rejuvenated, feels like a 24-year old and is ready to become a three-down player again? Probably not, but we can hope…

Later today, a Broncography on Kevin Vickerson and more Trivia Trough!


NFL Films previews the game.

Josh McDaniels and Wink Martindale spoke to the press yesterday.

LB Jason Hunter answers questions from’s Eric Detweiler.

Andrew Mason with more on the injury situation and the fluidity of the offensive line’s personnel.

Notes from LJ.

Although he says otherwise, Josh McDaniels kind of called out his team this week, and rightfully so.

Woody Paige talks home-field advantage (or lack thereof) and encourages everyone to show up in orange and make some noise on Sunday. Hopefully, those first-levelers get the memo…

More on Pat Bowlen’s decision to halt contract negotiations with Champ Bailey’s agent.

While it’s unknown whether CB Darrelle Revis and LB Calvin Pace will play for NJ, they will definitely be making the trip to Denver.

If Revis doesn’t play, expect to see Drew Coleman starting in his place opposite OctoDad Antonio Cromartie.

Legwold on the rebirth of LDT in New Jersey. And NO, New Jersey is not part of the Big Apple. Please.

If you haven’t heard/read/seen, the Jets like to run the ball.

Incredibly, Mark Sanchez has managed not to throw an interception this year. Then again, he hasn’t faced this guy yet…

Unfortunately for us, Rex Ryan has apparently pulled one over on Josh McDaniels leading up to Sunday.


More on Vincent Jackson’s situation with the Dolts.

Notes on the Dolts, who got Ryan Mathews back to practice yesterday.

Is Glenn Dorsey starting to grow up and get it? Plus, notes on the Chefs.

Jason Campbell will start Sunday for Jokeland, who may get Robert Gallery and Darren McFadden back.


Brian Burke’s game probabilities actually favor the Broncos on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Denver sits at #21 in Burke’s success rate rankings.

Here’s what Pat Kirwan is looking forward to this week.

Matt Bowen previews the week’s games as well.

Randy Cross evaluates the NFC through five weeks of play.

Jack Bechta performed an informal survey of agents and found that most top college players are on the take.

Mark Wald of CHFF takes a look at parity and the NFL.

CHFF on the Worldwide Leader’s ridiculous handling of the Brett Favre pecker pics problem. Sort of how they ignored the Michael Vick story for months, etc.

Mike Tanier on blocked punts and undrafted rookie quarterbacks.

KSK doles out their fantasy football advice for the week.

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